Hyper-realistic sculptures of everyday objects made from precisely cut and folded paper Continue reading I ♥ Tools – Paper Sculptures by Makiko Azakami
Akihabara culture in Long Island City Continue reading Pop-Up Maid Cafe at RESOBOX says, "Welcome Home, Master!"
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The Wave (here, in miniature, a refrigerator magnet purchased at Narita Airport, Japan) is a well-known example of Japanese woodblock prints known as Ukiyo-e. On the walls of art museums worldwide, as well as refrigerators and dormitories, what was created as amusement for the common people in Japan during the Edo Era is appreciated as fine art today. Rakugo, a humorous style of storytelling, was … Continue reading Diving into Ukiyo-e with Rakugo Storyteller Katsura Sunshine