Paris, Tokyo: André Saraiva
In this episode, the world-renowned graffiti artist André Saraiva tells us about the strong links between his artwork and the city of Tokyo.
DJ Gonno “SHIN-EI Press” – VOISKI REMIX –
Launched in 2016, INDUSTRIAL JP is an experimental project that transforms small factories in Japan with cutting-edge technology into music labels.
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
The Shima Peninsula, which is located in southern Mie Prefecture, along with the surrounding Ise-Shima National Park, is mostly privately owned: A remarkable ninety-six percent of the land, in fact.
Paris, Tokyo: Gildas and Masaya – MAISON KITSUNÉ
In this episode Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki invite us inside Maison Kitsuné, a fashion / music / coffee house, launched fifteen years ago, whose global outlook has revolutionised the world of fashi
Paris, Kyoto: Kohei Nawa
In this special episode shot in Kyoto, the Japanese sculptor, Kohei Nawa, invites us to his workshop Sandwich, to tell about his monumental work Throne currently displayed under the Pyramid...
The Portrait of an Island: BULL SUMO
Among the Amami Islands of Kagoshima Prefecture is an island that’s expected to become a world heritage site.
Paris, Tokyo: Robert Compagnon
With his co-chef and talented wife, Jessica Yang, Robert Compagnon opened one of the top new restaurants in Paris: Le Rigmarole.
Deco Tora: Techno on the Road
Short for “Decorative Truck,” Deco-Tora is a genre of custom trucks, which has been a popular sub-culture in Japan since the 1960s
Paris, Tokyo: Ramdane Touhami
In this episode, Ramdane talks about his latest project, the French beauty line Buly.
Romain Veillon Reveals an Abandoned Japan
Romain Veillon has two passions in life, first, urbex, the exploration of abandoned locations, and secondly, photography.
Book and Bed, a Sleepover in a Library
Whose never dreamt of spending the night in a library? It's now possible at Book and Bed, a chain of unique hotels in Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Asakusa, Fukuoka and Kyoto.
'Tokyo Sanpo', Exploring Tokyo by Bike and by Comic
While living in Tokyo for six months, Florent Chavouet began to sketch his modest everyday life.
Brusque House, the Art of Ageing Leather
It is with expert hands that Tetsuya Sato is able to give your shoes an aged effect and the aspect of refinement that accompanies.
Japanese Tattoo Art Spotlighted at Restaurant Sake Dojo
At the heart of Los Angeles' 'Little Tokyo', the largest Japanese district in the US, a new restaurant is making waves with its interior design inspired by Japanese tattoo art.