Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.3: Mukōjima Meugaya Mukōjima, Sumida-ku, Tōkyō
A Japanese Rail Travel Journal. Vol. 1: Comfortable and Convenient Rail Excursions from Tokyo
【Exhibition】 “Hokusai Updated”. The whole story, told through masterpieces from Japan and abroad, recently discovered works, and works on public display for the first time. Mori Arts Centre Gallery, Tokyo, until March 24, 2019.
【Exhibition】 “Unrivaled Calligraphy: Yan Zhenqing and His Legacy” – Tokyo National Museum Special Exhibition. January 16, 2019 (Wed) – February 24, 2019 (Sun)
“Unbelievable Floriculture in Ukiyo-e” Exhibition Reveals the Edo Period Passion for Gardening. Tobacco and Salt Museum until March 10th, 2019.
【Exhibition】Yuriko Aso and Seiji Watanabe. Two-Person Exhibition of Watercolours and Pottery. Gallery Shichimen-zaka Tochū. February 7 – 12, 2019. Tokyo.
【Exhibition】Mutsumi Ishibashi Photography Exhibition – Nikkō: A Holy Land. Canon Gallery, Ginza. January 7 – 16, 2019. Tokyo.
【Exhibition】A Thousand Wonders of Japanese Technology: A brief 150 year history of Japanese modernisation. 30 October – 3 March 2019, Tokyo.
Japan’s Traditional Crafts, Vol. 2: The Kantō Region
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo 90th Anniversary Celebration “HYAKUDAN KAIDAN Exhibition – Glory of Japanese Art”. November 29 〜 December 24, 2018.
【Exhibition】Seitei Returns! Seitei Watanabe exhibition, part of the joint Japanese-French ‘Japonisme 2018’ project, returns to Kashima Arts, Tokyo.
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.2: Edo-ya Ōdenma-cho, Nihonbashi, Tōkyō
World Class Plant Breeders. The Edo Period Gardening Craze in old Tōkyō.
Getting the Most out of That Art Exhibition, Vol. 5: The Rimpa School - from Tawaraya Sōtatsu to Tanaka Ikkō at the Yamatane Museum of Art, Tokyo
【Exhibition】Taisho Modern – Taisho Imagery and Tokyo Modern Design. The Hibiya Library Museum until August 7, 2018.
【Exhibition】 Japan in Architecture：Genealogies of its Transformation
Edo Design: How Tokugawa Period urban planners used feng shui and yin-yang principles to design the ultimate castle town.
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.1: Ubukeya Knife Shop, Nihonbashi-Ningyōchō, Tōkyō
Tokyo: The cherry blossoms of Chidori-ga-fuchi moat, Tokyo Imperial Palace
Getting the Most out of That Art Exhibition Vol.01 Hokusai and Japonisme: Hokusai’s Impact on the West
Rustic Wagashi – Traditional Japanese Hometown Sweets and Treats. Part 1. Hokkaidō and Tōhoku
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.1: Ubukeya Nihonbashi-Ningyōchō, Tōkyō
World Heritage in Japan. Enryakuji – The Cradle of Japan’s Buddhist Culture.
Japan’s Most Dangerous National Treasure. Mt Mitoku and Nageire-dō
Best Kept Secret Hot Springs! Tsurunoyu Onsen