The longtime Tokyo resident and Aussie illustrator reflects on what the city means to her and how it finally feels like home.
How a Tokyo bookbindery carved out their niche in the rigid world of printing and publishing.
Immersion in this hub of local specialized manufacturing inspires creativity at Almost Perfect.
Yuka and Luis Mendo make space for residents to pause, restart, and explore new ideas.
The cut-glass artisan shares her take on the aesthetics and culture of the centuries-old craft.
The young Edo Kiriko craftsman shares what inspired him to pursue the craft and how it’s going so far.
Tokyo Keyboard collaborates with independent urban workshops in Japan to spotlight their manufacturing expertise and create a uniquely local product.
Sandblasting expert Kenji Matsuura on the dexterity of the craft and the unique projects he’s tackled
Dye and pigment specialist Takenobu Toya on generational experience and his drive to develop new techniques.
Plastics fabricator Kenji Omura on collaborative problem solving and expanding his horizons.
Residents of the small town of Ogawa are redefining how we live, work, and create.
Part 2 of a conversation with Stand No More, an exploratory collaboration between artists and craftspeople.
Part 1 of a conversation with Stand No More, an exploratory collaboration between artists and craftspeople.