Shintaro Kago is a grandmaster of the grotesque: conjuring psychedelic illustrations that inspire as much awe as discomfort.
Travelling back and forth between Tokyo and Kamakura, photographer Shin Noguchi seeks out the extraordinary in the everyday.
Japanese street photographer Mikiko Hara shoots from the chest, allowing the camera to capture happy accidents that come as a surprise... even to her.
After moving to Kobe to become a teacher, US native Jack Goldman discovered Kitchen House – a Japanese Trap record label spearheading a new cultural movement.
Japanese singer Hatis Noit takes us to a higher plain in the latest Monday Mix, mixing classical compositions with eerie, twisted experimentalism.
The defiant artist redefined photography when he first broke onto the scene in the late ’60s, offering his viewers a fresh new way of seeing the world.
On the corner of the Shibuya Crossing, Oleg Tolstoy was met with floods of people in near-identical surgical masks. Intrigued, he began to dig deeper.
Every time cover band On A Saturday perform, they briefly transform into their idols. But this isn’t just an uncanny simulation – it’s a moment of togetherness shared with other fans.
Cole Giordano heads to the lesser-explored corners of rural Japan, from the crystal clear creeks of Jinba Falls to the ghostly shrines of Fujiyoshida.
A new, short documentary from Amarachi Nwosu – titled Black in Tokyo – reveals what it’s really like to live as a black foreigner in a racially homogenous society.
In her latest project, photographer Meg Hewitt travels to Tokyo to capture the bewildering aftermath of the 2011 tsunami.
Photographer Michel Delsol and journalist Haruku Shinozaki focus their lenses on the queer world behind the closed doors of modern Japanese society.