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The Loneliness Of Tokyo By Hiroharu Matsumoto

The Loneliness Of Tokyo By Hiroharu Matsumoto

| November 5, 2018

Words by Jo McTavish THE streets of Tokyo are often depicted as a vibrant centre of colour, technology and mixed fashion that all come together to form the heart of a futuristic epicentre, but when Japanese photographer Hiroharu Matsumoto captures the city streets another side is revealed… A member of the National Geographic, this Tokyo […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| July 13, 2014

Words by Ryan Grice DRONES take a different shot, America tries to start a zombie war, the UK is filthy, Tigers have a bone to pick with China, and Faeces excitement hits Tokyo. The advances of modern technology in the form of drones has unsurprisingly provided a use other than assassinating Al Qaeda leaders; aerial […]

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Global Profile: Tokyo

Global Profile: Tokyo

| March 1, 2014

  Words by Andrea Love こんにちは One of the most busy and vibrant cities in the world, Tokyo has a distinct charm guaranteed to win you over with one visit.  Tokyo is the centre of the world’s largest metropolitan area and full to the brim with attractions. Towering buildings and endless possibilities surround you here; […]

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Momember This: Nine Asian Dishes White People Love

Momember This: Nine Asian Dishes White People Love

| December 25, 2013

Words by Kristoffer Reynoso APART from the cheap food, fruit flies, and language barriers that give a revered, Chinatown dining experience that extra bit of authenticity, another favourite pastime of mine is eavesdropping on the white man’s order of the most generic, oriental delights from the adjacent table. “We’ll get the Special Family Banquet, with […]

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Too Cool, Yo

Too Cool, Yo

| November 5, 2013

Words by Mayowa Adeniyi I HATE TO SAY IT, BUT IN TERMS OF STREET FASHION, WE’RE LOOKING AT THE WRONG PLACES. NOT IN PARIS, MILAN, OR NEW YORK, BUT RATHER THE TOO COOL CITY OF TOKYO. I KNOW I’M WRITING IN CAPITAL LETTERS, BUT I CANNOT CONTAIN MY EXCITEMENT WHEN IT COMES TO THE JAPANESE […]

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