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.
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.
dj kiki kudo is serving up kitchen wave techno beats
i-D interviewed the Japanese musician about her infamous downtown NYC dinner parties and the release of her debut EP, Splashing.
palace are opening a store in tokyo
And they’re celebrating with a sp00ky ad featuring ‘Mid90s’ director Jonah Hill.
j-pop megastar kyary pamyu pamyu talks us through her new album
Adventure through the imaginary kingdom that is ‘Japamyu’ -- track by track.
makoto egashira's trippy floral blanket rooms are a minimalist's nightmare
The Tokyo-based artist's elaborate installations are a fuzzy, kitschy clash of eastern and western culture.
the most out-there looking japanese beauty machines
Some appear ridiculous, some should be imported here ASAP
palace go to japan for their winter 18 lookbook
Sushi, skateboards, sumo wrestlers and Juergen Teller.
studio ghibli's wonderful soundtracks are being released on vinyl
You've watched it, worn it and now you can spin it.
photography that explores coming of age in japan by francesca allen
Francesca Allen's new photo book 'AYA' documents a blossoming friendship with Japanese musician Aya Gloomy that traverses language barriers and warms the heart.
things you learn about grief watching studio ghibli's 'my neighbour totoro'
30 years after its release, we look back on Hayao Miyazaki’s gentle giant masterpiece and ask what it can teach us about our childhoods, mortality and the power of imagination.
“I will take off my clothes, including my small thing” – takashi murakami on whether he’d ever pose nude for art
As his work goes on display as part of a group show at Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris, we ask sometime Kanye-collaborator Takashi Murakami about art, Virgil and how to get paint stains off the carpet.
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