japan

Culture

virgil abloh's fave japanese streetwear kid is all grown up

At just 16, Yoshi has released a debut album and bagged his first movie lead.
Frankie Dunn
8.22.19
Culture

how we stan differently: japanese harry styles fans discuss

An exclusive extract from 'Fangirls', a new book by Hannah Ewens.
Hannah Ewens
8.12.19
Culture

discover the most in-demand girl in japan

Model and actress Serena Motola is so cool.
Frankie Dunn
8.9.19
Culture

this japanese magazine celebrates creative collaborators, rockstar couples and ex-yakuza love stories

We're obsessed.
Frankie Dunn
7.10.19
Fashion

this cult japanese publisher is archiving your favourite designers

With a new limited edition tome delving into Helmut Lang’s archive, printings.jp are the publishing house you need to know.
Liam Hess
5.1.19
News

dream job alert: studio ghibli are hiring

Want to work with Hayao Miyazaki? Well, time to dust off your CV!
Roisin Lanigan
4.25.19
Culture

japanese artist keiichi tanaami on art, adidas and death

We join the acclaimed artist at his latest exhibition, ‘Tanaami x adidas Originals’, at Tokyo’s NANZUKA gallery.
Matthew Whitehouse
2.25.19
News

japan refuses to overrule their trans sterilisation law

A missed opportunity.
Frankie Dunn
1.25.19
Film

'shoplifters' is the film to warm you during the cold weather

It’s the first non-anime Japanese film to gross over $2 million internationally in over 20 years.
Jack Sunnucks
1.22.19
Culture

kemio is japan's internet superstar

Since being discovered on Vine, he's garnered a million Youtube subscribers and met Gaga. He'd still like to be on Ellen however.
YOSHIKO KURATA
1.21.19
Music

perfume are still japan's most experimental girl group

Ahead of their Coachella performance, the J-Pop group tell i-D about their new album 'Future Pop' and why they've never embraced kawaii.
Ilana Kaplan
1.11.19
Culture

yayoi kusama's infinity rooms are more than instagram opportunities

Australia's first permanent infinity room just got installed at the National Gallery of Australia, and it might be one of Kusama’s most nuanced, abstract works yet.
Shaad D’Souza
12.20.18
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