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Japan Living Arts by Steve Beimel | Home About Us My Life in Kyoto Travel to Japan Contact Us A to B Current Japan Books Economics Fashion Food Renewal Sake Inspirational Living Arts Architecture Bamboo Calligraphy Ceramics Crafts Dance Film Fine arts Gardens Lacquer Music Painting Textiles Theater Reflections Places to See Places to Stay Tohoku Earthquake Traditional Paths Where's Steve? Food A Taste of Culture N... A Taste of Culture Newsletter: BAMBOO WORDS ? Copyright, 2016. All rights reserved by Elizabeth Andoh. Dear friends, colleagues and those who have expressed an interest in the FOOD & CULTURE of Japan: Bamboo Words Ta ké no ko Kotoba たけのこ言葉 Bamboo shoots... ?? Architecture Architect Waro KISHI... Comments by Architect Charles Bernstein, A.I.A. Kyoto-based architect and Kyoto University professor Waro KISHI, designed the Hakuhodo building, the showroom for a traditional brush maker, set on an old-style street in downtown Kyoto. The scale and design is well... ?? Architecture Zen Buddhist temple ... Zen Lounge….. A contemporary space in a Zen Buddhist temple, with commentary by the architect, Waro KISHI On occasions in which this Zen temple was to host very important ceremonies, the room was designed to be a waiting room for guests from the head temple during the ceremony and to be... ?? Food Setsubun A Taste of Culture Setsubun ? Copyright, 2016. All rights reserved by Elizabeth Andoh. Dear friends, colleagues and those who have expressed an interest in the FOOD & CULTURE of Japan: Setsubun marks the break between seasons and occurs several times... ?? Fashion Yohji Yamamoto Sprin... 11-minute video of Yohji Yamamoto Spring Summer 2016 Menswear fashion show ?? Crafts Shuji Nakagawa ?... Nagaoka Shuji: Oke Maker Interview by Steve Beimel When Nakagawa Shuji’s grandfather, Kameiichi, turned ten years old, he went to work at Tarugen. This famed maker of oke (wooden pails or buckets) and barrels, had been established in Kyoto during the waning years of the... ?? Ceramics Nishihata Tadashi Ta... Tamba Ceramist NISHIHATA Tadashi by Robert Yellin Of all the Six-Ancient pottery towns in Japan, none retain the tranquil country life feel and environment as Tamba. Located in Hyogo prefecture not that far from bustling metropolises Kobe and Osaka, Tamba is situated in a valley where... ?? Living Arts Master of Tea: Makot... Master of Tea: Makoto Iwasaki by Steve Beimel………… Photography by Helen Hasenfeld Makoto Iwasaki is a tea master in the Omotesenke line that dates back to the great tea master, Sen no Rikyu, in the late 1500’s. He has spent all of his... ?? Fashion Issey Miyake | Sprin... 10-minute video featuring Issey Miyake's new mens line ?? Fashion Comme Des Gar?ons | ... 10-minute video of Comme Des Gar?ons latest line ?? Fashion Issey Miyake Fall 20... 11-minute video of Issey Miyake's latest fashion show. ?? Fashion Yohji Yamamoto Winte... 13-minute video–Yohji Yamamoto Winter 2016 Paris Menswear Show ... ?? Recent Popular Random A Taste of Culture Newsletter: BAMBOO WORDS Posted by stevebeimel on May 4, 2016 Architect Waro KISHI’s 21st century Japanese Minimalism Hakuhodo Shop Posted by stevebeimel on Mar 3, 2016 Zen Buddhist temple by Waro KISHI Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 29, 2016 Setsubun Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 20, 2016 Yohji Yamamoto Spring Summer 2016 Menswear Show Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 13, 2016 My Life in Kyoto, 2008 Posted by stevebeimel on Jan 26, 2009 Tanabe Chikuunsai—One of Japan's First Families of Bamboo Artists Posted by stevebeimel on May 5, 2009 Calligraphy Continued: Kyoto Artist, Shotei Ibata Posted by stevebeimel on May 23, 2009 Wool Muslin Support Group helps bring a versatile and comfortable textile back to the racks. Posted by stevebeimel on Jun 11, 2009 Shigaraki Ceramic Artist, Otani Shiro: A recorded interview with Robert Yellin Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 6, 2009 Architect Waro KISHI’s 21st century Japanese Minimalism Hakuhodo Shop Posted by stevebeimel on Mar 3, 2016 Shin Enomoto's Stuffed Animal Fellows Posted by stevebeimel on May 24, 2011 Mantensei, February’s Sake of the Month from Author, Lecturer and Sake Expert, John Gauntner Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 26, 2009 Sukiya Colors Posted by stevebeimel on Feb 21, 2010 I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR BLUE (AND WHITE) Posted by stevebeimel on Jun 13, 2015 Recommended Websites Esprit Travel & Tours Specialists in Travel to Japan Gaijinhijinks Commentary on Travel to Japan Japanese Pottery Rob Yellin’s Kyoto ceramics gallery The Discerning Eye – Helen Hasenfeld Beautiful Photographs About Me A lifelong Japanophile, Steve Beimel founded the Japan operations for Esprit Travel & Tours in the early 1990′s, as a U.S.-based tour company now specializing in culturally focused tours to Japan and catering to enthusiasts of the arts. Over the years, he has worked with many masters of traditional culture in ceramics, textiles, architecture, gardens, music, cuisine and religion. He now lives with his wife Ritsuko in the northern foothills of Kyoto. Recent Comments sue on Stencil Master Hiromitsu Takahashi Thibaud Maryse on Katsumi Kako A Rising Star in the Ceramics World The Iwano Proejct FOUNDATION on Keiko Kawashima The Gallery Gallery Gal Marilyn Tsuchiya on Keiko Kawashima The Gallery Gallery Gal rob on Katsumi Kako A Rising Star in the Ceramics World Recent Posts A Taste of Culture Newsletter: BAMBOO WORDS Architect Waro KISHI’s 21st century Japanese Minimalism Hakuhodo Shop Zen Buddhist temple by Waro KISHI Setsubun Yohji Yamamoto Spring Summer 2016 Menswear Show Tags Andoh Art Brushes Buddhism Ceramics Contemporary Contemporary Art Crafts Cuisine Dyeing Famous Architects Fashion Festivals Fiber Art Fiber Arts flowers Glazed Indigo Interesting Buildings Interviews Japanese cooking Japanese Food Kaiseki Kyoto martial arts Monasteries Restaurants Ryokans Sake Shigaraki Shikoku Shops Shrines Tea Temples Textiles Tokyo Travel Villas Washi Copyright Steve Beimel 2015

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