Monthly Archives: June 2006
Here are a bunch of magazines I picked up earlier today for Cafe Pause. Go, read!
Remember that Sanshin building in Hibiya scheduled for demolition later this year? Here‘s a stitched photo of the facade.
I’m not quite sure who Hanakengo are and what they do, except that they’re two Japanese girls, they were at Design Festa last month, and are now in Montreal and were recently featured on the cover of THE MONTREAL MIRROR, … Continue reading
Want to know what you can find in Japan’s convenience stores? The Konbini Life blog has got you covered, with its writer chronicling everything he buys in them.
Just in time for summer, BRUTUS (596) presents its guide to “Ice Cream & Summer Treats.” You get plenty of lists featuring all the best Japanese entries in various sweets categories (fruit-based, popsicles, traditional tastes, etc.) as well as special … Continue reading
My wife has been wanting a Neon pretty much ever since I got mine, and every time she’s asked around when at stores they’ve always come up with the same reply: currently sold out, or available only to new subscribers … Continue reading
Midnight Eye reviews Tatsushi Omori’s controversial film THE WHISPERING OF THE GODS, which was released last year independently from Japan’s distribution system to avoid censorship problems.