Culturally cool tenugui let you show your love of Eva Units, kaiji, and your favorite Japanese prefecture all at once.
Artist Riusuke Fukahori’s goldfish creations made of resin are so lifelike, they look like they could start swimming right before your eyes! Read More
When Japanese travelers go abroad, they’ll be taking some of the country’s most famous and beautiful examples of woodblock print artwork with them.
Can you see yourself in any of these annoying customer profiles?
Talented freehand tattoo artist combines the unconventional with the traditional.
Two all-American heroes blend seamlessly with two legendary Japanese characters in this new take on a classic ukiyo-e print from the 1800s.
Just don’t eat them or you’ll be doing something else with those bricks.
These pens will change the way you shade.
Rain or shine, any day is a good day to use this umbrella.
Looking for a classy way to stay cool this summer? If so, we have the perfect fan for you…but you’re going to need a very full bank account!
Artist digitally manipulates videos of kung fu masters practicing their craft to create sequences of mesmerizing motion.
Leg-lovers will be pleased to know that Japanese artist Yuria is continuing her foray into the world of thighs.
Dragonball Z, One Piece, and more are appearing on random store signs, advertising salads and chicken, and impressing Twitter-users the net over.
If your home truly is your castle, you’ll want this at the entrance to your realm.
Japanese toilets continue to lead the way with a new range of beautifully decorative models.
Traditionally given as engagement gifts, this art form goes back for centuries, and even today is perfect for when a simple card just won’t do!
The Setouchi Triennale Art Festival takes place every three years on the art islands of Japan’s Seto Inland Sea–and this year is a festival year! Let’s check it out!
Plans to use traditional Japanese kintsugi techniques to make them look as good as new, or perhaps even better.