YOSHIROTTEN: A Creative Force from the Future
YOSHIROTTEN is passionate about music, art and fashion, and is one of the major creatives in the Japanese archipelago.
The Tokyo-based thirty-year-old, who is an art director, graphic designer and scenographer, creates eclectic worlds, which often bear the marks of pop retrofuturism and which attract both artists (such as TIGA, DJ Hell and Boysnoize) and brands (e.g. Casio, Mercedes-Benz, UNIQLO and Onitsuka Tiger) alike.
You can rediscover YOSHIROTTEN’s universe until the end of the month in Tokyo, where his ‘Future Nature’ exhibition is being held. It brings together thirty new multimedia creations on the theme of the visualisation of the invisible. Not to be missed: you have been warned.
WA BI GIN : (An Old) Affair of Passion
The Hombo Shuzo first became known for their shoshu, a Japanese traditional hard liquor. In 1960, the company then started investing in new areas of production: whisky and wine. Having opened a produc
NIHONSHU: Crafting Sake
Nihonshu—sake clear as water—is characterized by its softness and the very complex aromas it releases.
Koinobori Now! The Franco-Japanese Trend that’s in the Air
Spring-like and more colourful than cherry-tree flowers, koinobori dot the Japanese landscape. But what exactly are koinbori? They are in fact wind socks that can be attached to bamboo sticks, created
No Ordinary Business Card
Making one’s way down Harumi Street, away from the luxury department stores and elegant shops of Chuo Avenue towards Tsukiji, in Tokyo’s upscale Ginza district, among the narrow alleys behind the Kabu
Léo Berne, Polygamous Photographer
Léo Berne has two loves: Japan, and the magnetic Mathilde Warnier. It is this dual passion which inspires him to produce trivial, fascinating, often sensual images, which he posts on his Instagram acc