A who’s who of the world’s best-selling artists in 2015, as compiled by our friends at Art Republik
Dominique Ansel, who has been delighting New Yorkers with his cronuts since 2013, will open his first foreign outpost in Japan.
Noma has opened an online store that will sell the Japanese-designed chopsticks, forks, bowls and plates used during its pop-up event in Tokyo.
Karl Lagerfeld has created a very feminine Christmas cake for Ducasse’s Tokyo-based eatery Beige.
The Christian Dior creative director will show the brand’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection in the Japanese capital in December.
According to a recent study conducted by Hotel.info, Tourists are most likely to find an immaculate hotel room while traveling to Tokyo.
Luxury hotel The Peninsula Tokyo has launched a PR campaign for their littlest guests by inviting characters from Pokémon to invade their hotel.
Alexander McQueen has unveiled its first flagship in Japan, a 4,200-square-foot space in Tokyo’s Aoyama neighborhood.
Givenchy has landed in Tokyo with a new flagship, an opening that comes on the back of the brand’s recent debut in Las Vegas.
Issey Miyake has unveiled a menswear counterpart to its Pleats Please line called Homme Plissé as well as a new Reality Lab Tokyo concept store.
The Angolan capital Luanda has regained the top spot in an annual survey of the most expensive cities for expatriates, followed by Moscow and Tokyo.
As part of the Artist in Hotel program, the Park Hotel in Tokyo has handed four of its rooms to four Japanese artists to be transformed into works of art.
Tokyo’s first amphibious buses carry 40 passengers through the city’s low eastern side by road before taking to the Naka river during a 100-minute “Tokyo Splash Tour.”
With its expansive high rises, fancy restaurants and high-profile boutiques, Tokyo has been named the world’s most expensive city in 2013.
An apartment building in Tokyo has been designed especially for wine lovers, complete with an on-site sommelier, ground-floor wine bar and bistro.
Photographed in colour by Alasdair Mc Lellan, the Emporio Armani’s Fall 2012 ad campaign is set in a nocturnal, futuristic Tokyo.
With an astonishing asking price of US$21.1 million, this Tokyo pad is the most expensive one-room apartment in the world.
A documentary that goes behind the counter and into the life of a man who’s been called the greatest sushi chef in the world is set to open in New York Friday. Tucked away in an underground Tokyo subway station is an unremarkable-looking 10-seat eatery called Sukiyabashi Jiro which serves Michelin-starred sushi by 85-year-old Jiro … Continued
One of Tokyo‘s historic hotels – The Tokyo Station Hotel – will be reopening its doors on 3rd October 2012. The hotel takes up a large part of the historic red brick building that was originally built in 1914 and has been undergoing a complete renovation since March 2006. The hotel is already accepting reservations for … Continued
Giorgio Armani has opened a new wine bar in Tokyo located on the top floor of the Armani Ginza Tower. Formally a private, member-only bar, the new space is now a wine lounge open to the general public. Over 300 types of Italian wine are available. Armani hopes to introduce Japanese shoppers to the idea of … Continued