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Taylor Stewart

Taylor Stewart was born and raised in Tokyo. She is an undergrad at Vassar College studying, to her parents' disappointment, English and Art History. Knows all the types of Greco-Roman columns.

Articles by Taylor

As we go into fall, museums and galleries are switching up their exhibitions for the new season. This October, explore the woodblock prints of Kawase Hasui, a binjinga inspired exhibition featuring male beauty and much…

Before the big project, Sybilla Patrizia tended to take interest in moments and niches. An unassuming street sign; the dancing churn of a summer festival; a bored child on a train; an…

Coinciding with innovations in big data, artificial intelligence and robotics have come major changes in education, namely an increasing emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in secondary education and closing gaps…

While we may have passed the hottest point of the year, September is still sweltering and it’s good to take advantage of Tokyo’s indoor recreations before heading out for the autumn leaves.…

How do you capture the essence of a nation’s culture? And how do you then “summarize” that culture? Coinciding with this year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Agency for Cultural Affairs and…

The luxury hotel Hotel The Mitsui Kyoto, in all its grandeur takes the ideal of “sustainable tourism” to heart; bringing Japanese traditions to international patrons in full form, buttressed by a modern…

There are almost too many choices. From Peppa Pig to Goodnight Moon, to the more kid-friendly renditions of Hans Christian Andersen and the Grimm Brothers, a parent might have to sift through…

On the surface, the five artists do not have much in common.  Walls & Bridges – Touching the World, Living the World, at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, is a kind of…