Japanese Bookshop Post Showcases the Work of Publishers


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With the increasing number of bookshops, a few are seeking to stand out from the rest by offering innovative, unique concepts. This is especially true of Post, a shop based in Ebisu, which wishes to showcase the work of publishers.

The shop’s interior is minimalist but it offers numerous works from all four corners of the globe, dedicated to photography and art. Its originality lies in the fact that it makes a point of choosing independent publishers, which are not so well-known in the literary sphere.

Post therefore allows readers to discover a vast catalogue. This unique spot also organises various exhibitions displaying the work of local and international artists, as well as conferences.

Post uses its website like an interactive showcase, to present leading publishers both past and present. It is passionate about art and photography and wishes to make the fields of publishing and culture more accessible, and thus attracts customers thanks to this passion and diversity.

Courtesy of Post

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2-10-3 Ebisu-minami, Shibuya-ku