100 Views of Tokyo
Embark on an artistic journey throughout Tokyo with Shinji Tsuchimochi's 100 illustrations!
Wear Pandas & Space Cats on Your Back
From designs inspired by traditional 'ukiyo-e' woodblock prints to pandas and space cats, these kimono jackets are sure to turn heads when you step out the door.
Goodbye Nail Polish, Hello Stockings!
Why spend time painting your nails when you can just throw on these stockings that have pre-painted on designs for your toes!
Reflective Paintings of Water Ripples
Artist Yoshihito Kawase creates stunningly quiet water ripple paintings that reflect on the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Andy Warhol 'Randoseru'
With Japanese kids' backpacks becoming fashion icons in their own right, why not up the ante with a splash of Andy?
Subculture Fashion in Shibuya & Harajuku
Tokyo’s Shibuya and Harajuku districts have given rise to numerous fashion trends. Much of Japanese style can be grasped by examining the past and present of these districts, and the uniquely Japanese subcultures they have spawned.
The Force Has Got Your Back
Look good you will in these 'Star Wars'-inspired traditional Japanese jackets and shirts.
En-Gi Green Furniture by Mono Goen
This charming furniture design isn't just a place to sit and read a story, it IS the story!
The Latest Addition to Japan’s 'Art Islands'
This new hotel development will amplify your urge to visit the Setouchi Art Islands!
Otaku Tattoos Gaining Traction in Japan
While tattoos remain largely taboo in Japan, a new form of tattooing that draws on anime and otaku culture is helping change the local image of ink.
Seek Shelter Under this 'Foliage Umbrella'
Rain or shine, this is the perfect umbrella for whatever the weather.
Pin Your Hair Up with Mini Japanese Weapons
These gorgeous hairpins will have you ready to turn heads and defeat foes.
Vans to Release Line of Nintendo 8-Bit Shoes
We can’t wait to lace up a pair of these cool, retro-looking kicks—rumored to go on sale in June!
Revitalizing Fukushima One Shoe at a Time
Keep a centuries-old tradition alive on the streets by wearing 450 years of history on your feet.
Sea-Inspired Miniature Newspaper Collages
This artist uses a wide range of multimedia—everything from snippets of foreign newspapers and magazines to 'nihonga' materials to create collages that illustrate the ocean that connects all.
Hydrophobic Brollies Make Light of Heavy Rain
Don't let a soggy umbrella get you down! With these water-resistant umbrellas, both you and your brolly will be water-drop free!
Merging Traditional Technique & Modern Imagery
Get to know Keisuke Yamaguchi, an artist who recreates 'ema' paintings for Shinto shrines, as well as creating his own stunning works inherently connected to the ancient concepts of Shintoism.
20 Japanese Words for Rain, in Art Form
How would you depict 'autumn rain' in a bottle? How about 'sudden rainfall'? Check out this design troupe's dioramas creating snapshots of 20 Japanese words for rain!
Portraits of Tokyo’s Stray Cats
There's definitely not a shortage of cat photographs. But for some reason, Masayuki Oki's photographs of street cats stand out in a way that others don’t.
Keeping You Cool While Being Cute
This adorable seal is storing some secrets in its belly!