Japan’s first duty-free shop, with the exception of the one in Okinawa, opened its doors on Jan 27, on the 8th floor of Ginza Mitsukoshi department store.
Interview with Noritaka Tatehana. “I used to be Self-Centered, but Now I Want to Help Preserve Japanese Cultures”.
Japanese designer Noritaka Tatehana’s works are among the permanent collections of world-renowned museums such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This is part 2 of the interview with 30-year old Tatehana.
Crystal heelless shoes designed by Noritaka Tatehana sparkled on the runway of Iris van Herpen’s 2015 A/W collection. The shoes were created using the technology of 3D prints.
The Bijuu hotel located in Shijo-Kawaramachi of Kyoto with the view of Higashiyama and Kamo River opened in 2014 and is managed by the Murakami Jyu Honten
On Feb 3, Japanese fashion brand Issey Miyake will present its new collection introducing the artworks of the late graphic designer Ikko Tanaka (1930-2002).
During her interview with Fashion Headline, Mame’s designer Maiko Kurogouchi talked about the theme for her 2016 S/S collection, which was designed under the concept of an alchemist.
Japanese fashion brand “Mame”, led by designer Maiko Kurogouchi, continues to present collections which are charming and detailed, allowing certain images and emotions to arise in the wearers. This is Fashion Headline’s interview with the designer.
Salon du Chocolat 2016 in Japan Spotlights the Innovative Aspects of Chocolate and the Fascination of Cacao
Salon du Chocolat in Japan will open on Jan 27 at Shinjuku, Tokyo’s NS Building.
Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings will make its first appearance at the international fashion accessories exhibit “Premiere Classe”, to open on Jan 22 in Paris, France.
Experiencing Noto’s Lifestyles and Food Culture: Agehama Salt Production, Japanese Sake and Locally Grown Vegetables
This is Part 2 of the report on the tour of Satoyama and Satoumi in the Ishikawa prefecture, organized by Isetan Mitsukoshi food buyers and the Ishikawa New Agriculture Total Support Organization (INATO) along with gourmets.
A Trip to Noto’s Satoyama and Satoumi in Search of its Soy Sauce, Miso, Wajima Lacquerware and Senmaida Rice Fields
In 2011, Noto’s Satoyama and Satoumi [*1] was the first in Japan to be named as one of the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) [*2].
In celebration of the 60th birthday of jewelry designer Osamu Shudo, winner of this year’s Medal with Yellow Ribbon, Tokyo Midtown holds the designer’s first solo exhibit. Open from today until the 8th of December at Isetan Salone.
The designer of French lifestyle brand Astier de Villatte revealed its latest project with Japan’s renowned department store Isetan Shinjuku. The brand held a pop-up event titled “Voyage a Tokyo Astier de Villatte” until Dec 1 at Isetan.
Matsue Chiba, the successor of the Shoai Hiyashi Zome dyeing technique, lives in near Mount Kurikoma of Miyagi, Japan.
Japan’s oldest Aizome (indigo dyeing) technique, the Shoai Hiyashi Zome, dates back to the Heian period, and was carried on by the Chiba family residing in Kurihara, Miyagi.
The home interior floor (7F) of Ginza Mitsukoshi department store is off to a great start. “Japan Edition”, lining up a variety of products such as arts, interior items and ceramics representing Japanese beauty, is particularly popular among customers.
On Oct 14, news headlines emphasized Ginza Mitsukoshi department store’s target of reaching 100 billion yen of annual business growth, as the store revealed its renewed floors to the public.
Ginza Mitsukoshi department store’s second large-scale renewal involving the men’s fashion/accessories (6F) and home interior (7F) floors was completed on Oct 14.
The second collaboration between Japanese pop girl group “Perfume” and Isetan Shinjuku department store will be held from Oct 28 to Nov 2.
The opening of the event “Roots of Kawaii- Rune Naitou’s Past, Present and Future” was attended by Japanese fashion designer Junko Koshino and actress Mirei Kiritani.