Train Postcards Represent Your Favorite Lines
Want to show your love for your favorite train line? With these wonderful train postcards, your dream is now a reality!
Tour Miyazaki through 6 Incredible Videos
Ancient shrines, traditional crafts, horseback riding, surfing, golf, great food and more all crammed against some of the most picturesque coastline you could hope to see. This is Miyazaki!
Take Your Shelves on the Plane
Japanese furniture designer creates 'tansu' luggage, innovating a unique and yet somehow traditional approach to travel.
Modern Designs Update Ancient Traditions
SOU SOU's patterns and styling remain sufficiently Japanese to intrigue visitors from abroad, yet they are contemporary enough to appeal to Japanese shoppers.
Adorable Kitty-chan Kendama
Sanrio Company's star character Kitty-chan, and her friends, remake a classic Japanese toy.
Dyeing Technique Originated with Edo Lords
Along with Kyoto and Kanazawa, Tokyo is one of Japan’s three major traditional kimono-dyeing regions. Find out how the technique Tokyo Some Komon been passed down from the Edo Period to the present day.
Explore the Process of Making Japanese Swords
After watching this short tutorial on how to make a katana, you may find yourself wanting to become a swordsmith!
Make Your Own Ninja Stars
You too can master the art of throwing ninja stars by practicing with homemade paper shuriken.
Art Student Creates a 'Plock'
Tick tock, what's a plock? Check out this hand-carved wooden clock that has over 400 moving pieces!
Transforming Washi to Meet Modern Needs
Would you wear a wedding dress made of paper?
Ghibli in a Bottle?
These miniature models bear a striking resemblance to Ghibli's 'Laputa: Castle in the Sky' or the island of Merveille from 'One Piece.'
3 Top-of-the-Line Kokeshi Dolls
Kokeshi are traditional Japanese dolls expertly carved from wood. You’ve probably seen them around Japan, and after reading this article, you may want to start your own collection!
Low Pixel CG Ceramic Artwork by Toshiya Masuda
What happens when you mix digital art with ceramics? Explore an interesting art style known as 'image gap'!
Iro Ken's Playful Paper Mobiles
When you're the son of comedians, your art tends to come out with a sense of humor.
Totoro Washi Paper for All 4 Seasons
Whether you're into origami, scrapbooking or decorating, this Japanese paper will bring the magic of Studio Ghibli to all your favorite projects.
Hammering Out the Shinkansen's Face by Hand
Just one company in Japan, with a mere 40 employees, uses hand hammering techniques to produce many of the Shinkansen's distinctive shapes.
A Goth's Dream Doll
These porcelain figures would no doubt have been the go-to dolls for Emily Strange.
See How Momotaro Jeans are Made
Momotaro Jeans' craftspeople have dedicated their lives to denim. See how they produce a pair of jeans, from start to finish.
Netsuke: Ancient Pocket Charms from Edo Japan
Take a look inside the beautiful and historical world of Japanese 'netsuke.'
Tools with a Happy Twist
Yuma Kano wants to cover the world with smiley-faced screws.