Nomads: Kei Kuwabara
Kei Kuwabara is not an ordinary man. He is a lover of running and an owner of “Run boys! Run girls!” in Bakuro-cho, Tokyo. In “Nomads”, he navigates us in his neighborhood as he’s discovered himself through running in the area, alone or with the community he created with the store.
Arca and Ryuichi Sakamoto's ‘Sanctuary’, an Unexpected Utopia
The famed Japanese composer is featured in the final moments of experimental Venezuelan producer’s multi-album project, the ‘Kick’ series.
‘The Beauty of Boundaries’, the Japanese Aesthetic of Limits
Ito Teiji's book focuses on ‘kekkai’, the notion of Japanese spatiality that gave rise to the arrangement of homes.
'The Spirit of Pleasure', a Glimpse into Eroticism in Japan
From the cult of the samurai to that of geishas and the tightening of conventions, this essay traces the history of hedonism in Japan.
‘Me and the Cult Leader’, an Account About the Aum Sect Told Through Film
Director Atsushi Sakahara acts as a spokesperson for the thousands of victims of the sarin gas attack in Tokyo in a strikingly candid report.
Namio Harukawa, Master of Japanese SM Art
'Garden of Domina' offers a dive into the world of an icon of ‘oshiri’, whose work has now reached a global audience.