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With the end of the rainy season comes the scorching Japanese summer, but in between — if we’re lucky — there’s a short period of pleasant warm early summer days. Use that…

In a world where every minute millions of selfies are snapped, filtered, rendered and uploaded, how do we interpret the images of the self that we create and consume in a mix…

We chat with Martin Cooper, the director of the award-winning documentary Traces of the Soul that explores contemporary calligraphy, introducing the skills and stories of 12 artists making their marks across the world…

In 2016 photographer Paule Saviano began working on a new series of portraits exploring gender identity and the lives of transgender and gender-nonconforming people. The ongoing photo project, entitled “Embrace,” celebrates the…

In the heart of Akihabara’s Electric Town is a vibrant subculture complex bringing together the best of Tokyo’s otaku offerings. Whether you are obsessed with all things idols or anime, curious about cosplay…

Bun Hashizume was 14 years old when the atomic bomb devastated Hiroshima in 1945. Growing up as a survivor, suffering severe injuries from the blast and the consequences of unfathomable trauma, Hashizume’s…

From the looming disbandment of their most lucrative group to the death of the company’s patriarch and a drastic turnaround on promotional tactics, Japan’s top boy band producer, Johnny & Associates, is having a…

Considered one of the most radical and important Japanese photographers of his generation, the late Masahisa Fukase’s legacy continues to unfold with the republishing of his final photo book. Twenty-eight years after…