Death and the Flower

Books / Reviews Aug 23, 2014

Death and the Flower

by Daniel Robson

When Koji Suzuki wrote "Ring," the novel behind the film that brought the J-horror genre to the world, he apparently had a baby in his lap, and he went on to write not only horror fiction but also parenting books. "Death and the Flower" ...

Ring

Books / Reviews | ESSENTIAL READING FOR JAPANOPHILES Jun 28, 2014

Ring

by Stephen Mansfield

There is a long history of spooking the reader in Japan. The humid summer months are supposed to be alleviated by spine-chilling ghost stories and scary Edo Period dramas. But no particular season makes contemporary Japanese horror any less terrifying. ...

'Koji Suzuki'

Art / Openings Outside Tokyo Jun 18, 2014

'Koji Suzuki'

by Daisuke Kikuchi

"Where the Wild Things Are," "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" and "Where's Waldo?" — these world-renowned children's books feature some of the most vivid and unforgettable illustrations that retain places in the hearts of readers all the way into adulthood. In Japan, Koji Suzuki is an ...