Monthly Archives: September 2004
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the just-released KUHAKU & OTHER ACCOUNTS OF JAPAN, the first release of indie publisher Chin Music Press. I finally got my hands on a copy, and you need to do the same. Yes, … Continue reading
Have a look at the site of artist Ide Akico. Link via Paul.
An ad for an apartment complex.
Chad has put up a few RSS feeds for Superfuture: one for the Supertalk message board, one for the news section, and one for the new shop listings. He’s still testing them, so let him know if you encounter any … Continue reading
Thoughts on Shibuya, as Momus spends his last day in Tokyo. Now, my first reference to Shibuya-kei on my website came in September 1998, when I declared Shibuya-kei dead. Well, I may have been a bit premature. I come today … Continue reading
Walking down the main drag in Ginza.
I am so there. First of all, we’re not talking about a Russian journal here, but Pravda, a French comic heroine in the 1960s. Rumor has it that the character that combines beautiful looks with steadfast action was modeled after … Continue reading
Jeremy at Antipixel has just put up an hilarious Fanta commercial that apparently never made it to air.