Photographing sex, subculture & self in Tokyo
Sly Morikawa’s new zine ‘24/7 Paradise’ features friends, acquaintances and fast cars, in the city that moves fast and doesn’t sleep.
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How Harajuku became the blueprint for Instagram style
In episode six of the i-Dentity podcast, we explore how a 90s movement from a small neighbourhood in Tokyo changed street fashion forever.
Photographing 25 years of everyday life in and around Tokyo
With ‘Small Myths’, Mikiko Hara offers another vision for street photography.
Bala is the collective creating a new Tokyo culture, where anything goes
Five Y2K-inspired artists – musicians, a creative director and a 3D designer – are on a mission to change Japanese stereotypes.
Takashi Homma photographs Tokyo's resilient young queer community
The legendary photographer captures 9 young LGBTQ locals as they discuss the evolution of the city's scene, and what still needs to change.
Kazumi Asamura Hayashi
These photos find humanity in the dark underbelly of 70s Tokyo
Street photographer Seiji Kurata became famous for his after-hours portraits of Japanese gangsters, cabaret dancers and nightclub hostesses.
The quiet joy of Kana Motojima's photography
The Japanese-American artist grew up in Hawaii with a love of disposable cameras. These days she makes work that offers respite from the daily doom and gloom.
How to access every issue of Japanese men's street style mag TUNE
Following the digitisation of STREET, Shoichi Aoki is bringing his men's style spin-off online too.
The young Japanese designers fuelling Tokyo's creative spirit
From Tomo Koizumi to Kozaburo, Tsukasa Kudo shoots the work of the fashion talents embodying the city's irrepressible energy.
Tokyo's FACETASM focussed on fun for SS21
Designer Hiromichi Ochiai took his happy memories and built a bright future for Japanese fashion.
Backstage at doublet's cursed SS21 show
Masayuki Ino of doublet celebrated his new collection with a zombie-infested Halloween party during Tokyo Fashion Week.
See Virgil Abloh's SS21 menswear show for Louis Vuitton in Tokyo
The designer brings his fantastical work to the Japanese capital.