New Tokyo “art exhibition” showcasing women’s thighs just in time for Christmas.
Japanese Twitter users capture incredibly beautiful snowflake shapes.
Mars may be the one called the Red Planet, but this shot shows part of Earth turning a beautiful crimson.
Nine locations to visit right now, and one to save for the spring.
Come for the sex appeal, stay for the Japanese history lessons.
This isn’t any rainbow after the storm, but it’s just as beautiful!
Whether you need to find breathtaking visuals for a website or pamphlet, or just want to lose yourself in the natural beauty of Japan, this is the place to do it.
This is either the beginning to a really good Miyazaki film or a really bad Japanese horror film.
School girls lying sprawled out amongst scattered textbooks, the glimpse of a forbidden meeting underneath the cover of the hydrangea plants – these are just a few of photographer Keisuke Hasegawa’s compellingly provocative images that are engaging a powerful response.
Transport yourself to a bustling, real-life anime world with this breathtaking photo collection.
This viral photograph proves that sometimes the best things in life are closest to home.
Interesting camera technique shows fireworks from a totally different point of view.
Cute Japanese girls blowing on your cup of joe? If that’s your thing, this website should be relevant to your interests!
Sometimes it’s not about the quality of your props, but how you use them.
Nobody combines classic monsters and knee-high socks like Japan.
This heartwarming collection of photos reveals the beautiful bonds created between children and pets.
Love can be real, even if your partner isn’t.
It’s amazing to see what a cat can get up to in the city during the night and day.
Kim Jong Suk Creche, Pyongyang Oliver Wainwright
For 10 days, architect, photographer, and architecture and design critic for The Guardian, Oliver Wainwright, traveled to Pyongyang, North Korea where he got tours inside buildings, with permission to photograph.
Create your own personalised postcards for as little as 18 cents each at 7-Eleven convenience stores in Japan.