ARTS
Interview Inside Kohei Nawa’s Bubble
An optical and artistic emulsion, the series 'PixCell' questions our environment and lifestyle through transparent spheres.
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DESIGN
Japanese Traditional Crafts, Rich in History, Yet Timeless
In Japan, a country heavily steeped in tradition, handicrafts have been proudly passed down from generation to generation.
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TRAVEL
A Trip to Japan’s Fox Village
In Shinto beliefs, foxes are sacred, and a Japanese island has become their paradise. Photographer Natasha Puente offers a guided tour.
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CULTURE
BDSM in the Shadows of 90s Japan
Enfant terrible of Japanese literature Ryu Murakami dissects the underbelly of corporate hedonism through erotic cinema in ‘Tokyo Decadence’.
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DESIGN
Paris, Tokyo: Ramdane Touhami
Ramdane talks about his latest project, the French beauty line Buly, explaining how his company’s philosophies and appeal tie in to Japanese ideals.
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FOOD
The Sacred Food Offered to the Deities at Ise Jingu
The sacred food provided to the deities is called shinsen in Japanese. At Ise Jingu, the food has been offered to the deities twice daily for 1500 years.
ARTS
1964 — Photographer Cody Ellingham Explores the Architecture of the First Tokyo Olympics
We visit with architectural photographer Cody Ellingham the modern forms of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics in Komazawa Olympic Park and Nippon Budokan.
TRAVEL
The Awe-inspiring Nature Protects Ise Jingu
Shima Peninsula is situated in the central eastern portion of Mie Prefecture, with Ise-Shima National Park covering the whole of it.

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