Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No. 5: Kyō Rōsoku Nakamura – Traditional Handmade Candles, Sakyō-ku, Kyōto
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No. 4 Komaruya Sumii Sakyō-ku, Kyōto
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.3: Mukōjima Meugaya Mukōjima, Sumida-ku, Tōkyō
Japan’s Traditional Crafts, Vol. 3: The Chūbu Region
Japan’s Traditional Crafts, Vol. 2: The Kantō Region
Meeting the Artisans of Japan Vol. 01. Hamaji Matsumoto - Okehama Wooden Pails. Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture
Interview: Noritake Satō, expert urushi lacquer craftsman leading restoration work at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nikkō Shrines and Temples.
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.1: Ubukeya Knife Shop, Nihonbashi-Ningyōchō, Tōkyō
Kōshū Inden: Supple deerskin adorned with lacquer patterns
Japan’s Traditional Crafts Vol.01 Hokkaidō-Tōhoku/ Northern Honshū
Welcome to the World of Yōkai. The Yumoto Kōichi Collection Part 1: Night Parade of One Hundred Demons
A Fondness for Flowers – Enjoying Japan’s Flowers through the Seasons. Part 3: Sakura – Cherry Blossom.
A Fondness for Flowers – Enjoying Japan’s Flowers through the Seasons. Part 2: Daffodil, Butterbur, Wintersweet, Daphne, Rapeseed.
Is it true that Japanese dog breeds are genetically closer to the wolf than any other breeds? Manabi Japan visited Azabu University’s Professor Takefumi Kikusui to unravel the mystery surrounding the origin of Japan’s iconic canines.
Manga artist, Machiko Satonaka, speaks of the things she cherishes about Japan. The time of the Man’yōshū is when free expression and a distinctive Japanese culture began to emerge.