KI NO BI: Pioneering Gin Episode 1
As Japan’s first dedicated gin distillery, The Kyoto Distillery incorporates botanicals and traditional gin making techniques to deliver a complex taste.
Nomads: Pascal Viout
In the episode 2 of “Nomads”, we accompany Pascal Viout, a French art director based in Tokyo whose passion is cycling, on his ride from Kochi to Ehime.
Paris, Tokyo: Pierre Sabas with Renault Captur
This is Episode 2 of a special edition of the Paris, Tokyo series, produced in collaboration with Renault.
Paris, Hokkaido: Tomoyuki Takao
The Paris, Tokyo special edition, Paris, Hokkaido, focuses on Tomoyuki Takao, the owner and chef of the Italian restaurant TAKAO in Sapporo, Hokkaido.
Paris, Tokyo: Pierre Sabas with Renault Clio
This special edition of the Paris, Tokyo series was produced in collaboration with Renault. The focus, over two episodes, is the work of the company’s exterior designer, Pierre Sabas.
Paris, Tokyo: Nobuyuki Nakajima
In the last episode in the series Paris, Tokyo, we meet pianist, arranger and composer Nobuyuki Nakajima, who now works in Paris with singer Jane Birkin.
Paris, Tokyo: Ryuji Teshima
In this new episode of Paris, Tokyo, meet Michelin-starred chef Ryuji Teshima, also known as Teshi. His restaurant, 'Pages', opened in Paris in 2014.
Paris, Tokyo: Emmanuelle Moureaux
In this new episode of Paris, Tokyo, we meet Emmanuelle Moureaux. This French architect and designer has been living and working in Tokyo for twenty years.
Paris, Tokyo: Dominique Bouchet
In this episode of ‘Paris, Tokyo’, celebrated chef Dominique Bouchet talks about the love for Japan that he has harboured for several decades now.
A Sailing Tradition
For several centuries, Anori Puppet Play has been performed at Anori Shrine, which stands on Cape Anori within Shima City, Mie Prefecture.
The Taboo-Breaking Erotica of Toshio Saeki
The master of the 1970s Japanese avant-garde reimagined his most iconic artworks for a limited box set with silkscreen artist Fumie Taniyama.
The Surreal World of Icelandic Twins
The series ‘Eagle and Raven’ by photographer Ariko Inaoka allows its audience to spend seven summers in the daily lives of two sisters.
Colour Photos of Yakuza Tattoos from the Meiji Period
19th-century photographs have captured the usually hidden tattoos that covered the bodies of the members of Japanese organised crime gangs.
Koji Wakamatsu's Personal and Political Reflections
The book 'Koji Wakamatsu, a Rebellious Filmmaker' sheds light on the universe of the director known for his avant-garde erotic films.
Camera at the Heart of Noise
In pursuit of extreme sensory overload, photographer Gin Satoh's ‘Underground GIG’ captures live music at its most dangerous.