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Presenting the latest in Japanese building, this XL-sized book highlights 39 architects and 55 exceptional projects by Japanese masters.
United Arrows is one of the leading fashion and retail companies to ever come out of Japan. Their first book offers a look at the brand and its evolution into one of the most influential figures for style.
Kengo Kuma: My Life as an Architect is an intimate and truly inspiring book, revealing the beauty that exists in the world’s everyday spaces.
An evocative and personal chef monograph - and an ode to wood-fired cooking - from Yoshihiro Imai, Japan's exciting emerging chef.
A major survey of the Japanese designers, artisans, manufacturers and technologies that have shaped the world of modern design.
Decades' worth of images have been distilled down to 512 pages of photographs in this ultimate retrospective collection of Nobuyoshi Araki's work, selected by the artist himself.
Wertman’s work is characterised by uniquely styled manipulation of different visuals into a single image, each bringing into the newly created picture different values.
A celebration of the endlessly fascinating and culturally rich country of Japan, this book from the Monocle team is packed with insights and fully illustrated with stunning photography.
Japan in Hundred Small Pieces is a refreshing book for travellers, those at home, language enthusiasts and other curious people. Paulien Cornelisse lets you experience what it feels like to love a country that will never be yours.
An elegant, large-format homage to the Yamamoto look by Japanese photographer Takay.
'From Japan' is a collection of work from some of the most talented designers, agencies and illustrators from Japan.
Made by MENDO, Tales From the Roads Less Traveled by Pie Aerts takes you on a journey looking for real stories about real people.
The ultimate monograph on one of the world's most creative, prolific, and legendary multidisciplinary design studios.
Orna Wertman presents again a collection of landscapes constructed in her unique style.
For the past thirty years, Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama has undertaken a photographic examination of the life of cities and the built environment.
The definitive, home cooking recipe collection from one of the most respected and beloved culinary cultures.
The first look at Japanese fashion brand BEAMS and its evolution into one of the most significant arbiters of streetwear style and contemporary cool.
Wonderwall studio combines an Asian approach with a global outlook that has resulted in worldwide success and influence.
A homage to Hiroshi Fujiwara's influence on contemporary fashion, music, and design.
Originally published in 1999 by Shoichi Aoki to introduce the Japanese market to Maison Martin Margiela, Street Special volumes 1 & 2 covers the fashion house's collections from 1989 to 1999.
Presented in two volumes with a beautiful acrylic slipcase, the book includes all of Kuramata’s work, depicted in never-before-published photographs and drawings from the Kuramata archives.