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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

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…

Due to the concerns over the outbreak of Covid-19, Roppongi Art Night 2021 scheduled for September 23–26 has been postponed. The future schedule is undecided at this time. Updates will be announced…

Mitsuko Mori died in 2012, but her impact on Japan’s entertainment culture resounds. As a prolific actress, presenter, singer and otherwise multitalent, her contributions to comedy, theater, TV and other corners of…

Typica is an international startup that aims to make the distribution of green coffee beans – those that haven’t been roasted – more transparent. They recently launched the world’s first online platform that…

In 1992, Yoshihiro Hattori, a 16-year-old exchange student in Baton Rouge, was heading to a Halloween party with a friend. They went to the wrong house. Hattori, or “Yoshi,” was dressed in…

Asylum appears again and again in the history of the Goto Islands. Around 400 years ago, with the persecution of Christianity by the Shogunate, a number of Japanese Catholics fled to the…

Iki Island, around 50 kilometers from the Kyushu coast, is frequently called “heavenly” or “sacred.” When you go, you will see that much is true, but for several reasons. More literally, there…

At 23 years old, Charlie Sparks has infiltrated two fields hardly welcoming of such young faces: architecture and music production. In the latter, he’s even received the nickname “Baby Techno,” from a…