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Seeing Spots at the Yayoi Kusama Museum

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Free of interference from the outside world, the inside of the infinity box almost feels like it could be another dimension.

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The CWAJ’s 62nd Contemporary Japanese Print Show

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Host of Japan’s most prestigious contemporary print fair, the College Women’s Association of Japan is a little-known powerhouse of an organisation supporting women and the visually impaired in the country. Connected through a love of English, members of the CWAJ…

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World’s First Digital Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan: A Multi-Sensory Experience

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Stimulate your senses at the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, the world’s first digital art museum in Tokyo.

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Yokohama Apartment: A unique city residency space in Japan

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This article was originally published on REthink Tokyo. Deep in the residential area of Yokohama’s Nishi ward are four tall, white, wooden structures with a simple open atrium and a focus on community and transparency. Providing a working and living…

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“Blossom Blast 2017” – Tokyo’s Fierce All-Female Art Exhibition

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Below, we hear from Daniel H. Rosen, founder and director of Tokyo Dex, a creative agency in Tokyo behind Blossom Blast—an exhibition that celebrates femininity and showcases the amazing talent pool of ambitious female artists in Japan Serendipity brings with it…

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The Community-Led Contemporary Art Scene in Yokohama, Japan

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This post was originally published on Tokyo Cheapo. Yokohama has a lot going for it—stunning views, the ever-growing craft beer community, Minato Mirai—but there’s also a burgeoning contemporary art scene that’s well worth exploring. Finding the best of the Yokohama…

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Lunch with Hayao Miyazaki in Tokyo

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Being the media ignoramus that I am, I thought Hayao Miyazaki (of Studio Ghibli) has made some great animated films (such as Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle and Princess Monokoke) which were well respected in the right circles. So I…

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How do you say “The Artists Web” in Japanese?

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This is an interesting topic (at least to us in the office 🙂 ) – how does “The Artists Web” translate into Japanese? Does it work? Well there are two potential points that may me ‘lost in translation’. Firstly is…

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