This Japanese Artist Perfectly Draws Traditional Slavic Characters with Manga Twist

Keishi Kuraibe is a Japanese manga artist who draws with an iPad. The most remarkable thing is that in his drawings he perfectly conveys Slavic folklore motifs, multiplied by the manga style. Continue reading »

Japanese Photographer Captures A Shy-At-First Baby Meerkat And Its Family

Here in this post, you can see a shy-at-first baby Meerkat and its family captured by a Japanese photographer. Japanese photographer @mamekoro51 has probably the most pleasant hobby one could imagine – taking photos of baby animals of various types. Continue reading »

Stunning Images of Freshly Frozen Cars Arrived to Vladivostok Sea Port

The Sun Rio, a Panamanian-flagged vessel shipped from Japan, docked right in the center of Vladivostok. The cars are covered with ice crust (from several centimeters to half a meter). The glaze appeared due to abnormally low temperatures in the Sea of Japan. Continue reading »

Charming Watercolor Girls by the Japanese Artist Kumorri

Kumorri is a Japanese artist who paints watercolor portraits of pretty girls. With bright but gentle colors, she manages to create images of simple and at the same time mysterious girls – charming and insanely cute. Continue reading »

Psychedelic and Nothing Superfluous: Illustrations by The Artist SilllDa

SilllDA is a Korean artist from Japan. There is no more useful information about her, but it is not that important – SilllDA’s psychedelic illustrations, full of bizarre images, are beautiful and amazing without any additional explanations. Continue reading »

Megumi Fujimoto’s Cute Fat Piglets

The life of a fat piglet is beautiful and wonderful. Sleep, go about your pig’s business, and don’t worry about anything – it’s a pleasure. If you believe the artist Megumi Fujimoto, the fat pig really has nothing to worry about. The only thing he has to worry about is that his cute little body can be mauled to death. Continue reading »

Trees Of Hokkaido: Japanese Photographer Captures Trees In His Hometown, And Here Are 25 Of The Best Ones

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I love to photograph trees, especially ones in my hometown of Hokkaido (Japan). When I see a single tree standing in the middle of a vast snowfield in winter, it is like looking at a work of art created by nature. Continue reading »

Artist Creates Colorful Illustrations Of Inviting And Cozy Japanese Houses

Have you ever heard of “Virtual Plein Air”? It is a term used to describe an act of creating art inspired by Google Street Views. Artists literally look for exciting or interesting places they can then use as a source for their illustrations. Continue reading »

Tokyo Hotel Launches Futuristic Lantern Dining to Beat Coronavirus


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A high-end resort hotel in Tokyo has come up with a unique way to enable diners to enjoy meals while offering protection against the coronavirus — by covering them with transparent lanterns. Continue reading »

DEKOCHARI: The Youth of Japan Customise Their Pushbikes in Extreme Ways

According to Matthew McQuillan: “This subculture is a precursor to the popular Dekotari (customised trucks). Before they can afford to buy a truck to decorate and of course get driving licenses. Young people form crews of locally like minded people. Status is dictated by who has the most extravagant and complex design. Continue reading »

“Nude” Photos of Pastel-Colored Urban Tokyo by Rumi Ando

Tokyo-based photographer and retoucher Rumi Ando creates unsettling urban landscape photography of Tokyo. Seemingly nostalgic yet out-of-place, Ando has retouched each of her photographs, painstakingly removing all evidence of human life except for the buildings they’ve built. All windows, A/C units, antennas, ducts—”noise” as Ando calls them—have vanished, leaving only the skin of a city: a nude Tokyo. Continue reading »

Japanese Company Creates One-Piece Transparent Anti-fog and Anti-Splash UV Sunglasses

Sunglasses are made of lightweight plastic and fully ergonomic. Meanwhile, it comes with the one piece nose pads to let you more comfortable. It’s scratch-resistant and unbreakable. Enjoy the comfort while being stylish! Continue reading »

This Takashi Murakami Flower Pan Lets You Make Kawaii Pancake Art At Home To Start The Day With A Smile


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Takashi Murakami is one of the most famous Japanese artists in the world. Even if you don’t recognise his name, you will definitely recognise his signature multi-coloured smiling sunflowers. These have appeared as recurring motifs on everything from Louis Vuitton bags to the UNIQLO x Billie Eillish UT collection. This time, the design appears on the limited edition Takashi Murakami flower pan, released as a collab between the artist and Japanese fashion magazine, Smart. Continue reading »

Amazing Surreal And Glitchy Ceramic Artworks By Keiko Masumoto

It’s a common misconception that traditional arts don’t change, and that they don’t lend themselves to modern concepts. For example, people think that traditional ceramics are only meant to be copies of previous masterpieces, but Keiko Masumoto begs to differ and creates a tasteful blend between the traditional and modern. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Man Creates Complex Objects out Of Twisted Balloons

Japanese artist has filmed himself creating complex objects out of twisted balloons.

Ryo Kajiyama, from Japan, spends several hours a day twisting together balloons to create objects such as pots and pans, toilets, staplers and even pistols. Ryo also uses balloons to recreate popular cartoon characters such as Pokemon, Minions and Olaf from Frozen. Continue reading »

These Handmade 3D Cookie Frostings Will Blow Your Mind

What do anime and baking have in common with each other? In almost all cases, nothing, but in this case, they do have one thing in common. Continue reading »

Beautiful Digital Art Paints the teamLab Forest in Fukuoka with The Colors of Autumn

The digital art group teamLab recently opened a new exhibit, Forest Fukuoka, in Fukuoka City. It first opened last year, in 2020, and starting from September 18th, 2021, they introduced more seasonal pieces to make the transition to the next season. Continue reading »

The Art of Japanese Portrait Photography by Kishin Shinoyama

Japanese photographer Kishin Shinoyama has dedicated his practice to exploring intimacy and the human body, as well as documenting his home place of Tokyo. His sensual photographs often depict the body within the architecture of the city or conversely, the inherent sculptural qualities of the naked human form. Shinoyama was born in 1940, in Tokyo, Japan. He studied in the Department of Photography at Nippon University and was awarded the Advertising Photographer’s Association prize. After being employed at the Light Publicity advertising company, he started to work as an independent photographer in 1968. Continue reading »

Japanese Artist Creates Incredible Realistic Intimate Garments from Ceramics

Masami Yamamoto is a Japanese artist based in Kanazawa largely working in the medium of ceramics. Since around 2011 the artist has been developing a series based on used—often intimate—clothing as a means of creating portraits of the owner of that item. Continue reading »

The Colorful Conceptual & Pop 3D Artworks by Kota Yamaji

Kota Yamaji is a Japanese digital artist based in Tokyo. Fascinated by computer graphics and video editing, Kota creates his own pop and surreal world. Continue reading »

Japanese Cat Owner Devises Eccentric Feeding Strategy


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It’s always fun to give your pets treats, but one Japanese cat owner has found an easy way to make it even more interesting. Whenever the owner feeds this cat through three holes cut into a cardboard box, the feline looks instantly more comical. Continue reading »

“Surveillance Society”: The Dark and Intrigue Digital Collages and Photo Works by Omi

“For over ten years I took part in design and production of my fathers leather company. In 2010 I established my own brand ‘crambox creating’. I started photography to showcase my creations but soon photography also became a big part of myself. The ways of expressing this world through what I capture was limitless. Now as a photographer and creator I continue to develop, innovate and inspire to meet my clients needs.” – Omi Continue reading »

Realistic 3D Drawings By This Japanese Artist Look Like Optical Illusions

As of recently, people on the internet have laid their eyes on yet another artist. This time we’d like for you to see the works of an 18-year-old Japanese artist named Keito (慧人). Continue reading »

Origami Inspired Pet Houses Will Give Your Furry Friend a Stylish Abode

Japanese companies Netco and TENEO have collaborated to dream up these charming pet houses using traditional origami techniques, and begun a crowdfunding project to realize them that is sure to please cat and small dog lovers. Continue reading »

This Cat Table Gives Your Feline a Seat in the Table

Japanese online retailer Dinos has released a new line of cat furniture and part of their line-up includes this all-natural oak wood table. Continue reading »