This year Daido Moriyama will publish two photo books. One is entitled K, which represents the first character from the Japanese word keikan, meaning scene or scenery. The other book is entitled Pretty Woman, which is a compilation of Moriyama’s street shots on the theme of women.
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.
Pinku Eiga, the World of Erotic and Engaged Japanese Cinema
Pinku eiga (pink films), is a film genre that combines eroticism and violence and implicitly dissects the idiosyncrasies of Japanese society.
'Odo Yakuza Tokyo', Entering the Tokyo Mafia's Inner Circle
Belgian photographer Anton Kusters obtained exclusive access to the routine events of a yakuza clan headed by an individual named Souichirou.
A House from the Taisho Era Reveals Its Secrets
While visiting an abandoned building, Hamish Campbell discovered photographs the owner had taken of the place in the 1920s.
‘Japandi’, Combining Scandinavian Minimalism and Japanese Aesthetics
This interior design trend combines clean lines and natural Nordic materials with the neutral tones and sober style typical of Japan.