Colorful leaves (koyo) are to the Japanese autumn what cherry blossoms are to spring. This is a time to seek out silent gardens: to sit motionless among the lonely reds and yellows of nature. Like IKIMASHO! on Facebook
Hey. Just a quick update of some recent external media stuff. IKIMASHO! will be in the January issue of easyJet’s in-flight magazine; I’m talking about the rise of Japanese manga in Europe. I’ll post up a PDF in the published work section when it goes live. A UK marketing firm has also asked me to write a report of current alcohol trends in Japan, similar to this FOODEX report I did before. Across social media I’ve had some good exposure lately with […]
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A millennium-old Japanese dance on the grounds of Sensoji Temple, Tokyo.
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