Tonight you can catch “TAB Talks #3,” featuring a group of Tokyo-based French creators talking about living and working in the city. Start time is 21:00, at the Gotanda Sonic event space. Pecha Kucha Night celebrates an amazing 50th edition! It happens tomorrow (March 26) at SuperDeluxe, from 20:20 (of course). PSFK‘s global meetup, (likemind) […]
The next big thing in guerilla retailing? One day a week restaurants, like Vegie Shokudou. As Ian Lynam reports on META no TAME: Neojaponisme contributor Dwayne Dixon and amazing vegan chefs Yoyo and Yuka offer up the tastiest vegan lunch in Tokyo on Wednesdays at Vegie Shokudou, a renegade restaurant inside of a bar in […]
What is TB.Pensar? Find out here. How fitting that this is the lucky number 13 edition of this series of posts. Damn my stupid pollen allergies!!! Aarggghhhhh… Sorry for the loss of control, but it’s really been a rough week, with no end in sight. It’s sad, really, because this time of the year used […]
While on the topic of White Rabbit Press, let me also mention that the third and final volume of their kanji flashcards sets is now available for pre-order. The set includes 903 cards, covering what you need for level 1 of the Japanese proficiency set. Some of you may recall that I posted about the […]
Yuki‘s quite busy these days! Fresh off her illustration exhibition at Nalu Cafe, and with her photo exhibition at Cafe Pause just around the corner (starts tomorrow), here’s a beautiful image she created for a new series of bookmarks that Max at White Rabbit Press has commissioned (they will be included with products that are […]
Music video for the track “I Like You” by DJ Codomo, from his album TODAY. Via META no TAME.
Designboom covers a few projects from Kiyonobu Nakagame Architects.
Last time Mike McWhertor was in town, as we were covering the Tokyo Game Show last year (Mike is one of Kotaku‘s editors), he mentioned that he was prepping a t-shirt project, and here it is, Meat Bun, mixing gaming and design. They have an online shop, so get buying!
PingMag continues its series on Omotesando architecture.
My weekly Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, this time covering Kokuyo’s Tepita scissors, and a few more Milan Design Week related news items.