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Society Stores

94.3%

Marxy over at Clast examines how a ridiculous survey report conned the media into believing that 94.3% of Japanese women in their twenties own a piece of Louis Vuitton.

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Art Events

More Yuki Nakano Works on Display

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Yuki has another show of her works, this time at Cafe U_U near Korakuen. Lots more photos in this blog post.

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Art

101TOKYO Changing

Seems like there are some big changes afoot over at the 101TOKYO camp, with Digiki leaving the fold. He talks about it over on his blog. The Art Space Tokyo blog talks about the changes as well.

Pictured up top is Digiki’s latest single, “Draftpunk.”

Update (16/11/27): The image is no longer available.

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Music

Samurai.fm Tokyo Showcase

Check out the Samurai.fm site for Max Mackee’s “Tokyo Showcase,” the first of a series of projects that will focus on a single city. Lots of other good stuff to listen to there as well. Thanks, Martin!

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Events

PauseTalk Tonight

Just a reminder that tonight (June 2) marks this month’s edition of PauseTalk at Cafe Pause in Ikebukuro. Start time is 20:00, as always.

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Events Stores TB.Grafico

Shu Uemura Omotesando Boutique

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The Shu Uemura store on Omotesando. The brand is currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of this, its first boutique, and the art direction for the latest line is by Tokyo-based Gwenael Nicolas. This month will also see a special exhibition for the brand at the Mori Art Museum.

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Events Stores TB.Grafico

Atelier MUJI

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The current exhibition at Atelier MUJI — inside the MUJI flagship store in Yurakucho — covers info on fair trade products, including some from MUJI.

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Art Events TB.Grafico

Hiroaki Koshiba at Cafe Pause

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Hiro had another live painting event earlier tonight at Cafe Pause. The place was packed!

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Design Events

One Day Exhibition

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I unfortunately wasn’t able to make it to the reception at the Keiji Ashizawa Design studio last Friday for Keiji and Mikiya’s exhibition, but Keiji was kind enough to send a few photos. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: great studio!

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