Discover Tokyo’s New Spot Azabudai hills – Embark on a Boundless Journey at TeamLab Borderless

People wander through the world, exploring with intention, creating and discovering a new world with others. teamLab Borderless, A museum without a map. in a world without boundaries, there's room for wandering, exploring, and discovering.

The Secretive Night Out Experience in Takamatsu – BAR Tabi

Located near Kawaramachi Station in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture, this 'cave' entrance to BAR Tabi is hidden in an alley and blends seamlessly with its surroundings. Its unmarked, geometric entrance is not easily noticeable. Inside, the bar's intimate lighting, pebble-strewn paths, and bamboo decorations create an atmosphere that fuses traditional Japanese garden elements with a medieval cellar vibe, offering a blend of ancient and modern aesthetics.

Secret Kyoto Gion Hideaway : Step Inside HAKU ハク

"White" is not just a color but a sensibility. Kenya Hara emphasizes the importance of seeking a way to 'feel' white rather than just finding it. At "Haku" in Kyoto's Gion Hanami-Koji alley, we spent a leisurely morning. The shop offers seasonally changing Japanese Wagashi and unique traditional savory dishes.

Looking for inner peace in Bali : Alchemy Yoga Center

On a quiet Bali morning, stepping into the tranquil shadows of the leaves, we enter the mysterious entrance of Alchemy Yoga Center. Here, we meditate, delve into philosophy and introspection, touch the soul, and find ourselves again. In Bali, the old symbols of 'sun, sea, and sand' have gradually transformed into representations of serenity, spirituality, and sustainability.

The Copenhagen Islands Project : When Nature Floats in the Rhythm of the City

In the everyday life of Copenhagen's harbor, you will find roaming boats, leisurely people and seabirds, along with floating islands created by MAST. These minimalist-style aesthetic islands are not fixed in any location but gently drift with the sea breeze and waves, freely available for public use.

Traveling the World Sustainably with Your Artistic Side!

In a generation that seeks instant gratification and immediate consumption, 'travel' has become more than just a means of escaping reality. It has evolved into a significant way of exploring the relationship between 'self' and 'nature'. Fortunately, Sustainable Tourism has gradually entered the tourism industry and public awareness in recent years. As a component of popular culture, 'ART' plays both a luminous and shadowy role on this path, imbuing every sustainable travel experience with depth and meaning.

Tips to order Yakitori in Japan

Are you ready to dive into the world of Yakitori in Japan? It's a must-try experience, but let's be real – those menus can be tricky, often all in Japanese, leaving us scratching our heads. Don't Worry ! We are here to give you some handy tips to navigate the yakitori scene like a pro.

Staying at the Art Deco “ROYAL PARK HOTEL TAKAMATSU”

The Royal Park Hotel Takamatsu, located in Kawaramachi, mirrors this seaside city's spirit. Its exterior is composed and understated, yet it houses an Art Deco soul within. The intersection of jazz spirit and Japanese thought creates Takamatsu's unique blend of understated luxury.

Uno Port’s Michelin-Recommended Japanese Yakitori : Sumi Habaki

Hidden in Tamano City of Okayama Prefecture, near Uno Port, Sumi Habaki 炭ハバキ attracts every passing gourmet with its minimalist and unassuming exterior. Arriving at Uno Port from Teshima Island, we reached our hotel by 6 PM after a day of island-hopping in the Setoichi Sea. Hungry for dinner, we found Uno Port quiet during the off-season compared to the bustling ART SETOUCHI period. Stumbling upon 'Sumi Habaki 炭ハバキ,' a Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand recommended Yakitori restaurant, was a delightful surprise.