A 41-year-old man howled, “You die!” as he attacked workers at Kyoto Animation this morning by setting the building ablaze. Police are still investigating his motive.
Mischa Leinkauf’s images of subterranean urban worlds are formally arresting and packed with metaphorical meaning.
The cunning kitties came to Hiroshima Onomichi City Museum of Art two years ago for a feline-centric exhibition and never left, demanding free entry.
“Beast Jesus” is finally getting his due alongside works by Picasso, Vermeer, and Munch.
The architect’s photographs from his first trip to Japan reveal his fascination with a country that played a large role in the development of his work.
It would be the first repatriation of remains to the indigenous people by a foreign country.
JAPAN 99+1: Traveling Through Art, Design, and Architecture is a newly released print and companion website of some of Japan’s best spots for the traveler looking beyond the typical tourist areas.
A small exhibition at Resobox gallery in Queens offers a glimpse of spiritual activity from the past.
The opening of Japan in the 19th century after its isolationist Edo period caused an influx of foreign influence, including Western approaches to medicine.
The Japanese-born art historian Reiko Tomii is one of those researchers who is both passionate about her subjects and recognized among her peers for her meticulous mapping of the cultural-intellectual terrain from which they emerge.
LOS ANGELES — The story of Yokosuka, as told by photographer Ishiuchi Miyako, takes place in lonely, foreboding streets, where the miracle of Japan’s postwar economy seems to not have shaken off the grit and grime of history.
Like in many of the world’s most densely populated nations, real estate in Japan is tough to come by.