Ami Sioux documented Tokyo by asking 50 friends to draw a map of a place in the city that was important to them, and photographing what she found there.
As the photographer's new show creates a stir in Tokyo, i-D Japan caught up with Juergen to talk about what's driving him to work with the next gen (and it's not just because they call him Professor Teller).
Riffing on Tokyo's ever-transforming cityscape, So See You Again Tomorrow, Too? is the collective’s largest solo exhibition to date. The plot twist? It's all scheduled for demolition.
A new exhibition in Los Angeles collects 25 of the esteemed Japanese photographer Keizo Kitajima's raw portraits, street snaps, and nightclub shots.
...and photographer Dexter Navy was there to capture it all.
Introducing Harajuku’s stylish community of shop staff, and exploring their influence on style in Japan.
In a city where stress-related mental illness is on the rise and creativity is suffering, can a new underground movement help Tokyo get its experimental verve back?
We're excited to announce that i-D has landed in Japan! To celebrate the launch, we went to hang out with some of the coolest women in Tokyo.
As part of the Leather Japan project at London Collections: Men, Punk In Translation invites us to delve deep into the underbelly of Japanese subculture today.
The Italian luxury fashion house is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its presence in Japan.
Out of Japan’s celibacy syndrome has sprung an exciting, neon-lit array of Love Hotels, Cat Cafés and Circus Bars, but what do these two opposing cultures say about the Japanese longing for affection? Artist Scottee investigates…
The photographer travelled to Japan to capture the present-day spirit of the 80s SoCal brand.