NOMADS: Julien Guerrier
“Wandering is human. Strolling is Parisian” says Victor Hugo. In this third episode of our series Nomads, we had a pleasant walk in Paris with Julien Guerrier, editor in chief of City Guides. He revealed us his three favorite addresses in Paris, which always have a relation to Japan. Discover those places and feel the air of Nippon, composing one of the modern charms in this metropolitan city.
Plunged into the Intimacy of the Violent World of the Yakuza
The daily life of organised crime in Japan is analysed by Korean photograph Seung-Woo Yang, who saw it all from the inside.
The Japanese Film that Inspired Stanley Kubrick's ‘A Clockwork Orange’
The American filmmaker borrowed the aesthetic of several scenes in the film ‘Funeral Parade of Roses’ by Toshio Matsumoto.
Kohei Yoshiyuki, the Voyeur of Tokyo's Voyeurs
The reedition of the publication ‘The Park’ takes us on a night walk through the parks of Tokyo, out in full sight.
Shunga: an Erotic Art First Admired, Then Prohibited
Eminently inventive and marked by a liberated sense of sexuality, these engravings from the Edo period capture intimate moments in the act.
Bows and Arrows, the Haven of the Modern Japanese Art of Living
The concept store offers a selection of Japanese brands, showcasing the craftsmanship of artisans from around the country.