Luc Meier of Pro Helvetia, the Arts Council of Switzerland, sends word of the upcoming “Signal to Noise – Audio Swiss Japan” tour, to hit a few cities in Japan (Tokyo, Yamaguchi, Kyoto, Osaka, and Nagoya) in March (3-17), and bringing together avant-guard electronic artists Guenter Mueller, Jason Kahn, Norbert Moeslang, Tomas Korber, and Christian […]
Momus gets a write-up (registration required after a week) in today’s edition of THE JAPAN TIMES, courtesy of Martin Webb — and I can assure you that Martin looks just as good in real life as he does in that picture Momus put up.
I was talking with the owner of Cafe Pause earlier tonight, and convinced him that it would be a good idea to have some nice magazines at the cafe for customers to browse. So we headed down to Junkudo, and I selected the latest issues of the following 16 magazines, which are now on display […]
David (or Mr. Makuremu) just let me know that a Google search for “tokyo blog” reveals my site at the top spot. Yeah, I’m #1!
Yes, the title of this post is spelled correctly. What you see here is a picture taken at the “Construction Sights: Building Site Design” exhibition I mentioned seeing at Matsuya’s Design Gallery in Ginza the other day. It ends February 20 (Monday), so this weekend is your last chance to catch it. I put up […]
If you never got around to picking up READYMADE MAGAZINE NO. 2, that came with a sexy DVD of stripteases by Romantica, now comes news that they are re-releasing the DVD as a separate cheaper (only 1600 yen) package. I loved this the first time around, and will probably pick up this version. More info […]
2D old-school Katamari Damacy, playable online! I’m sure Patrick is going to be all over this… Link via Boing Boing.
Well, for some reason, I got back home after work earlier tonight and decided that I wanted to change the site a bit, and this is what I came up with. With Canadian Style done with, I felt like it was time to get rid of the red, but I’d been itching for a few […]
This weekend, Cafe Pause in Ikebukuro celebrates its second anniversary, and so today (Saturday) and tomorrow (Sunday) they are serving beer (bottled) and coffee for 100 yen, limited to one serving per customer. Come and have a drink!
How’s this for a nice bathroom? It’s the System Bathroom I-U, co-developed with Naoto Fukasawa for National/Panasonic. Link via Dezain.net. Update (16/09/10): The image is no longer available.