At Glitch Coffee & Roasters, founder Kiyokazu Suzuki imparts the art of roasting coffee beans to local shops through his share roasting program.
Longtime Tokyo resident on choosing fabric, fashion designers and surviving Japanese summer.
Although Tokyo's nascent cycling tourism sector is ostensibly aimed at inbound tourists, "cycle cafes" are designed to create sustainable communities by combining coffee and culture.
Japan Crate founder Hank Rao on the way his "mystery box" helps bridge cultures and bring together families, the best and worst Japanese snacks and his dream KitKat flavor collaboration.
Tulio Andrade, cultural attache to the Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo, opens up about soft power, cultural differences and LGBTQ issues in Japan.
From the modern ukiyo-e prints of the Edo Period (1603-1868) to contemporary dōjinshi (self-published) fan comics, there has always been an outlet in Japan for artistic self-publishing. But where do zines slot into this system?
From World War II to the Great East Japan Earthquake, Japanese architects have pushed the boundaries of art, architecture and design.
Volcanologist on what would happen to Kanto if Mount Fuji actually erupted.
Japanese coffee shops are more international than ever, yet manage to preserve a unique sense of kodawari, an uncompromising dedication to the craft.
Kimono artist Masanobu Ota on traditional Japanese customs, his design process and sneakers.