Articles by: Dan Grunebaum
Features

Metropolis picks the best of the fests

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From analog headbangers to techno raves, Japan's music fests have everything under the sun

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From Radiohead to “Radioactivity” this summer will push the power supply to the breaking point

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Promoted by IGR

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The aces behind some key 3/11 crowdsourced charity arts efforts

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Top 10 ways to while away the holidays

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Japan’s leading theater showcase responds to 3/11

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The Last Word

Or, why music isn’t a universal language

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Japan’s marquee performing arts showcase, Festival/Tokyo, looks to “disrobe” theater

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Metropolis asked 16 local writers and musicians to describe a formative encounter with a Japanese song. The resulting mix—from folk to noise to metal and enka—represents a half-century of sounds from one of the most diverse music scenes on the planet

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Asia

Heaven in the Pacific... weather permitting

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Restaurant Reviews

The Korean tofu hotpot boom lands in Tokyo

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Music

Skinny Lister craft folk for the digital age

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Taiko drums take flight

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Oct 12-Nov 14

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Cutting-edge J-indies label turns 10

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The year’s biggest Latin music concert

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Up close with an Afrobeat sensation

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One of Tokyo’s most energetic annual festivals

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Flutes + electronics = Nathalie and Allison’s excellent music adventure

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Dive into the amusing world of waste

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Brazilian artist redefines The Container

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A trio of contemporary dance works

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Peace, love… and Miley Cyrus

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Breakbeats substructure wedded to heady post-rock

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Expat Irish rock outfit fiddles Fuji Rock

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Groove to the sounds of Oceania

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Bilingual comedians team up with Improv America

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Creepy space insects from choreographer Akaji Maro

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Brazilian pianist makes Japan debut

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Hip-hop hits the jazz blender

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International band smashes the Tokyo circuit

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Riding that funk tailwind all the way to Japan

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JaSz and Ayo head up the French Institute's Music Day

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Japan Beat

Resident expat computer music seer

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Rock juggernaut back in town

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Wrestling and daily life in the Edo period

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Music from Tim Burton films

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Future B-boys try their hands at graffiti and break dance

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Artistic responses to the March 2011 disaster

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Music

Dylan Baldi’s Cleveland rockers front Hostess Weekender

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Small, friendly music fest

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Earthy surf-rock groove festival in Yokohama

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Champion and track-maker to the stars

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Japan Beat

Podcast brings the 'creamiest' J-indies to the world

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Aiha Higurashi returns with formative '90s indie band

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A night of intriguing and experimental bands

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Enjoy the summer music fest with the family

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Plenty of educational activities, presentations, arts and organic food

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Chucks of pop genius

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Anime meets clubbing

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The famed group returns for the first time in 15 years

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The famed group returns for the first time in 15 years

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Music

Angular Britrockers are back with new disc Too Much Information

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Pop Life

DLE’s new English web anime looks to shift the paradigm

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Two plays from the Nobel Prize-winner

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Rock-digital hybrid unit kick it up a notch with new album

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Two performances by an acclaimed butoh practicioner

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New show on an insect theme

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Billy Idol, bossa nova style

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Billy Idol, bossa nova style

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Berlin confab and club all-nighter

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Music

Cattiness aside, all-women bands are as synergistic as you might think

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Michael West arrives in Tokyo with his latest album

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Rock icon won’t rest on Japan successes

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Buddhist chant group prepare for American tour

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Dance piece influenced by the Great Tohoku Earthquake

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Music

Wesley Schultz‘s sushi-flavored work ethic

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Japan Beat

It may be 2014, but the Saitama group is laughing, crying, singing…and dancing like it’s 1999

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A bit of Japan's old capital in its current one

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A bit of Japan's old capital in its current one

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International production of the Puccini opera

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International production of the Puccini opera

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Robert Tewsley on his farewell tour of Japan

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Film and video works from around the globe

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Following up on their headline performance at Fuji Rock

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Live Reports

Winter Jazz Fest, Jan 11

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CDs & DVDs

The Mootekkis debut their latest slab of raunch

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CDs & DVDs

The Mootekkis debut their latest slab of raunch

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Survey the latest in multimedia art in another of Japan’s efforts to put itself on the world’s cultural map. 120 works selected from 4,347 entries from 84 countries and regions are on show, taking in installations, graphic art works, interactive art, games, gadgets, experience-based works, manga and anime. If NACT weren’t big enough, the festival ...

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Warhol comes to the Mori

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Nigerian ‘blufunk’ pioneer returns as superhero

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Nigerian ‘blufunk’ pioneer returns as superhero

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Music

The Garza bros deliver a “Texican rock” Revelation

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CDs & DVDs

Asia expats head back to the chillout room

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CDs & DVDs

Asia expats head back to the chillout room

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Music monthly winds up a decade of experimentation

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Gallop into the Year of the Horse

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Young artist reinventing the nihonga genre

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Young artist reinventing the nihonga genre

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Clubbing

Japan’s evolving love affair with Plastikman

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Clubbing

Japan’s evolving love affair with Plastikman

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A French update on Gulliver's Travels.

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A French update on Gulliver's Travels.

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Trendy Harajuku department store presents a musical showcase

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Music

Pioneering promoter Organic Groove returns with the Afrobeat powerhouse

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ASEAN nations and Japan celebrate ties through music

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Tokyo International Players take on the murder mystery

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Music

The indie rock warhorse's new Defend Yourself

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Japan Beat

The brains behind Hostess Weekender

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Clubbing

The staying power of British BPM

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Japan Beat

Fukuoka trio’s monochrome weekend

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British nerd-rock singer does a short tour of intimate Tokyo venues

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British nerd-rock singer does a short tour of intimate Tokyo venues

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Clubbing

Partying for sustainable development

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Music

The UK tastemaker’s Japan connection

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Retro-funkers headline Worldwide Showcase 2013

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Interactive series of human stories around Tokyo

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Japan’s longest-named band tours its new album

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Enjoy the splendor of Kyoto in Tokyo

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One of the iconic butoh dancers of his generation, Takateru Kudo leads a cast of aspiring talents in a new work. Kokai no Yume—literally “Dream of Swimming Downstream”—uses the image as a metaphor for de-evolution. Even as technology progresses, says Kudo, it can reveal to us how the fetus traces the evolution of mankind in ...

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The hoariest headbangers’ fest in Japan

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Ska-ing their way into history

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Sprouted in Britain, fermented in New Orleans

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Asia’s largest photo fair celebrates half a decade with a sprawling four-day affair at Zozo-ji temple located at the foot of Tokyo Tower. Among the highlights are a collaboration with London’s Tate Modern featuring the work of Simon Baker, and an intriguing-sounding show entitled “Japan and China: One Hundred Children of the Future.” Also with ...

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North Indian dance comes to Tokyo

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Techno innovator Ken Ishii exhumes his underground avatar Flare

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Gathering for Dave Twomey memorial and scholarship

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Dynamic French photographer and Tokyo resident Vanessa Franklin has shot for top global ad agencies and high-end fashion magazines but her true love is the sort of artistic photography that has garnered her wall space in Paris, Edinburgh—and Roppongi Midtown. Now she’s occupying Jingumae’s Hasselblad gallery with “Bleu.” Created with stylist Matsuda Kosei, the series ...

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Two overlords of the London underground meet face to face for the first time in Tokyo in the latest installment of the timeless Drum and Bass Sessions series. If Goldie symbolizes dnb’s flash—the man even starred in a reality TV series—then Dego first with his 4Hero unit and later with his 2000Black collective stands for ...

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“H,” in Israeli artist Gil Yefman’s locution, stands for “echi” (“sex” in Japanese) and “hentai” (“pervert” in Japanese)—but also for “holocaust.” The title pertains to a mixed media installation—replete with a sex doll—that recreates a sex-slave’s residence, inspired by research Yefman conducted on “Block 24,” an isolated unit in the Nazi’s Auschwitz concentration camp. “Block ...

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A dance piece inspired by avant-garde playwright and director Shuji Terayama

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Music

The Argentinian quintet reprise their Fuji Rock conquest

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Art

From online data to hand-colored prints

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Upbeat, tangy and kitschy Okinawan techno party

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Gyrations extraordaire

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Photographer with with most expensive print ever sold at the NACT

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Music

Cuban superstar Alexander Abreu headlines one-day Latin music fest

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Live Reports

Rock, rain and the Big C

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Stage

Mime duo jacks Tokyo

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No rest for the folks who ran Eleven

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The defunct club’s spirit lives on in a series of events

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They’ve kept their loose, electro-rock-hip-hop sound fresh

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They’ve kept their loose, electro-rock-hip-hop sound fresh

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Friend of the LGBT community, friend of Japan

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The dialogue between painting and the art of writing

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15th edition of the unpredictable contemporary dance showcase

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The Band’s last member plays Tokyo after Fuji Rock

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Improvised electronica set to retro public-service films

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The NYC hipsters sink their teeth into Tokyo

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Sci-fi avant-garde video-infused dance

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Rave for Tohoku

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A free fest amid the urban greenery of Hibiya Park

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DJ Baku's new era in Japanese breakbeats

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Brazilian culture has a new showcase in Yokohama

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The Murakami’s and Nara’s of the future

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Appropriating logos for his own artistic ends

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A go-to source for non Japanese-speaking J-pop freaks

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A futuristic new club in Aoyama launches

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Lanford Wilson’s play forms part of Tokyo Arts Week

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Enjoy the hot indie frontman’s first DJ set at Shibuya Trump House

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Brush up your Japanese decoration skills

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French choreographer induces a state of meditation

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Japan Beat

The celebrated kids’ entertainer turns to adult matters

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Japanese Masterworks from the Feinberg Collection

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England's odd couple bonds on Diaries

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Seminal funk game-changers in town

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From vaginas and gaijin J-rap to rock festivals and J-pop's demise

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A dash of acrobatic derring-do

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French artist questions how we perceive beauty

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French avant-guitar god’s anti-neoliberal sonics

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Take in the Tokyo 1964 Olympics

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Revolutionary sax group plays Mt. Fuji

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One of Ibiza’s signature after-hours sessions

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Tokyo indie-rock institution

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Techno event turns four and launches a label

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Manga’s roots in ukiyo-e woodprints

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Dance

Dancing about architecture

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Rastas of the world unite

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Japan Beat

Jazz piano phenom heads to New York

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Miyazaki’s masterwork in puppet form

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Talking Heads side project back after long absence

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Japan Beat

The indietronic pair’s “Party on a Floating Cake”

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A connoisseur’s selection of electro and post-rock acts

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Galloping/advancing women

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The Mori stays true to its 10-year credentials

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Music

Essential tracks ahead of the Hacienda Festival

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The seminal electronic act reveals a political side to rave culture

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Intimate portraits of flowering plants

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Celebrate International Jazz Day for free

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Seine daubings at the Bridgestone

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Japan Beat

Post-eX-Girl mysticism

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Luck be damned

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Cult Canadian post-rockers give fans what they want

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Retrospective of iconic US fashion designer

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The chilled-out delicacy of early dubstep

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Influential alt-country act finally get respect in Japan

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Subterranean dubstep meets roots Detroit techno

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Ripley and Sanae lob their spaced out sounds at Japan

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Take in shows from sunset to sunrise

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Fresh off the Olympics, Underworld’s frontman stabs out solo

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Full-on lineup at Tokyo Jazz’s new crosstown rival

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Easily digestible art fair

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Afrobeat giant feted in Aoyama

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Witness the booming Brooklyn band in cosy confines

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The beauty of divine beings dancing

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Swiss filmmakers’ walk through Japan

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New Zealand indie comes to town

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Charity arts effort launches at SuperDeluxe

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Jazz-fusion doesn’t get any better

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A Gallic take on digital culture

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Japan Beat

Breaking the mold, then and now

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Coetzee and co. descend on the city

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International Women’s Day and 2nd Anniversary Celebration

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Korean non-verbal entertainment

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Dillinja vs. J:Kenzo

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Japan Beat

Rock ’n’ roll, demolished, and not put back together again

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Veteran expat pubrocker’s Valentine Blues bash

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The Room 20th Anniversary Party Special

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Daiwa Foundation Art Prize Winner

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Beat-boxing meets Blue Man

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CDs & DVDs

Indie icon Aiha Higurashi’s latest

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Sexy organic techno for Oooze’s 11th

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The roller disco of forbidden love

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The Art of Tomorrow 2013

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Postpunk revivalists purvey their new Four

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Brittany Howard’s post-racial rock

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Hipster’s Delight

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Sculptures from Senkoji Temple and the Hida Region

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From musical instrument to dance partner

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Music

A banner year of music beckons

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Some call it 21st-century Korean post-folk

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Clubbing

Tap up the Teutonic this Saturday

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Taste Japan’s biggest festivals—at the same time

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Sony Art Wall, Ginza

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When does a house band become a “real band”?

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Have an auspicious view of a block-printed Fuji

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Music

Ron and Russ Mael’s “Two Hands, One Mouth” tour

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Young DnB prodigy meets clubland veteran

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Music

Blow it out, Tokyo

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A Zen master—and influential artist, too

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The Baron of Techno

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CDs & DVDs

The turntable is the medium for summoning unearthly spirits

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Can a daily event itself become art?

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Shibuya superclub’s annual Makuhari rave

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Acid-jazz still has legs in Japan after 20 years

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Japan Beat

Meditation, guitars and… potato salad

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Music

Axl’s heritage act in a late-announced one-off gig

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Japan’s more imaginative creators—plus an audition

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The world’s finest turntablists

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The Land of Forests and Lakes

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Japan Beat

Tokyo indie hepcats drop their new Takarajima

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Our heroine is sucked down a Washlet

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Inimitable, raspy-voiced chanteuse

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Broadway dance extravaganza at the spanking new Orb

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Okinawa native examines prefecture's difficult history

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One of a kind quadrilingual Irish harp duo

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A heady mix of rising Canuck talent

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Rembrandts, Van Goghs, Monets, and more

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CDs & DVDs

J-pop from the ’80s and ’90s—in English

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Luscious screens of gold and pearl

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Royal Shakespeare Company and Horipro present the blue-eyed samurai

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Street snowboarding without the snow

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“The First Book Design Exhibition”

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UK indie poppers on a solo tour

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Word of Jah from the Zulu King

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Feminism on the table

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The new contemporary titan’s first one-man show

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Postmodern bluesman sells out in Japan

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When a dancer’s body gives out

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Japan Beat

Wire heads up a day of “not rubbish” bands

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Music

50 years of avoiding politics and religion

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Tokyo fundraising event

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Music you might hear at a used clothing shop

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Unknown Music Allianz release

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Japan’s oddest musicians and performance artists

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The mercurial polymath’s worldview

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Japan Beat

Tunes the uyoku use to shatter our calm

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Chat chat special

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Body-painted photography

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The dark side of Cirque

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Dance + fashion + attitude

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The Bangin’ Rackettes vs. Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro

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Aussie femme fatale in a pair of gigs this weekend

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CDs & DVDs

Japan’s best indie selected by Call And Response Records

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Music

Metal fest returns to the fold

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40 street performance acts

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Minimal but not hard hitting, cute even

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Spiral of creativity

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Trippple Nippples, Chim-Pon & more

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Music

Western indie rock’s home away from home

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Stage

Japan’s marquee theater fest defends free speech post-3/11

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Tango, African and pole dance... and a champion yo-yo performer?

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10 Artists Who Have Experienced Japan

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Reevaluating one of Japan’s artists of influence

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The giant’s shifting borders

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Mod man’s riding his Sonik Kicks

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An Ueno weekend of boundary-pushing music

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Japan Beat

Otaku rock for the masses

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Russian and Japanese street-dance off

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Tokyo’s most long-lived expat band

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Slap on the plaid

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Looking back at art, architecture, theater, music and manga

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Tabla, sitar, didgeridoo, electro, and... bellydance?

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Clubbing

Confessions of a gaijin cosplay junkie

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Japan Beat

The ’90s are baaack

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Seminal and seminude

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A Century of Japanese Cinema

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20 years of fests

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Dancing, making, talking about, buying, eating art

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A cup of tradition

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First-ever duo tour

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Live Reports

Tokyo International Forum, Sep 7-9

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A night of LA glitch and twitch

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A child prodigy grown up

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Justin Moorhouse, Alun Cochrane and Steve Royle

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Antony Gormley Project in Hayama

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Post-Pavement

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CDs & DVDs

Soulception

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Dance

Shock of the new at Japan’s top contemporary dance fest

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Edgy Ozzie sounds and light

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Shop within a shop

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“Extraordinary art as a backdrop”

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Kaneto Shindo’s final film

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Dance music rooted in a love of jazz

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Gilles Peterson returns to his “favorite city”

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Sound & Vision

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A year and a half on

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“Hard & B” singer brings the pain

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Tom Haar’s experiences in the Nagano highlands

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Music

Afrobeat’s new messenger doesn’t mince words

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A musical merry-go-round

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Veteran masters of mime

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Return to the deep electronic seas

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Takasaki paints desire

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Alternative gems of the hip-hop era

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The musical culture collision returns

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Meet some magnificent military men

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Pop art and monochrome minimalism

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Take a break from your equally sappy and dramatic Korean dramas

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Get up, stand up for reggae's biggest icon

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Bon-dance to taiko and takoyaki

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Music

Don’t call her a survivor

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Music

10 songs you know you want to hear

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Modern techno peppered with classic disco

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Time-travel with ukiyo-e and oil paint

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Forget Fuji Rock and Summer Sonic

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French and Japanese choreography collaboration

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An unusual meeting of geisha and geiko

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Unravel the mystery of King Tut's death

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Headbang to old school rock 'n' roll

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Nod your head to another beat

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Whimsical art and music mashup

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Amalgamation of digitech and ancient masterpieces

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Music

David Longstreth’s death and redemption

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Bleeding-edge art, music, and fashion

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Pump up with beautiful indie pop, alt-rock and electronica

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Stage

Perkins, Lewis and Cash... Who are they?

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Cha-La Head-Cha-La♫

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Even real Brazilians give it the thumbs up

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Test your ninja abilities

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Old-school Godzilla vs. the computer gods

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CDs & DVDs

The Stone Collection Of

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A meditation on received culture and what the future holds

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What pumps

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Vancouver torch-folk songstress

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Jamaican-themed vacation planet soundtrack?

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Optical’s finest UK dubstep

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CDs & DVDs

Things That Fade

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Chinosaurus

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17 countries. 400 cities. Five million spectators

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Antithetical fest

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Upcoming painter Masako Ando’s kiddie obsession

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The mythic DJ remembered

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I wanna live in... erm... Shibuya

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Otomo's monster works

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197 entrants compete for ¥2,000,000

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British Museum comes to Tokyo

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Dub meets disco

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Spoken word aficionados

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CDs & DVDs

All Aboard!

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Babes, bikes, and beats

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Japan’s own vision of Abstract art remembered

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Latest New Orleans funk collective to hit Tokyo

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Join the carnival in Hibiya Park

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Ukiyo-e and yamato-e for modern times

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Sinatra on the stage. Well, not actually him

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It’s back to the future for the English techno wunderkind

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The second of three Yokohama culture fests

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The world’s youngest pro guitarist

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The Latest Art from the Arab World

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Edo-era festival action

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The trumpeter remembers German dance giant Pina Bausch

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Color of Back Beat

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A last look at Recovery

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A media art primer

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Pre-Fuji Latin rockers

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Garden of water, house of sand

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Berliner strips techno to the bone

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Edgy 1979 play by Carol Churchill

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The techno sweetie talks Tokyo, Berlin and her new album iSH

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Guitar loops and rap-rants against icy cool drumbeats and choruses

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Racial tensions underline this New York-set play performed by veteran cast

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Head to Berlin-based Chinese graphic designer's first show in Japan

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In their present endeavors to meet the world

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Witness the surefire kerfuffle of English soft-pop band The xx

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So, who’s the hottest chip?

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Brooklyn’s fresh, electrified ’00s look

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“Boss Ozawa” and his dance troupe

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The stage is set for a battle of UK bass-music generations

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Recent acquisitions include Kapoor and Nara

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Italian meets N. European renaissance

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Reticent mastermind Brian Wilson and surviving co-members

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Witness the "drunkard's paradise" in a sober environment

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Ginza's fine-art smorgasbord

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Sample-heavy house from the West Coast

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Old-school funkmaster

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Masumi and Haru issue a sonic punch to the gut

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Real or fake? Should we care?

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Enjoy a famous artwork in solitude

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Most ambitious lineup yet

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Storied bassist Bootzilla

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In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s Japan’s year of Madchester. The Stone Roses are headlining Fuji Rock, and Peter Hook just performed Joy Division songs at the Hacienda Oiso festival. But Japan also responded to England’s late ’80s ecstasy-fueled, rock-meets-dance-music revolution with its own Second Summer of Love. For one night, nostalgic fans and the ...

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Enter the unknown zone

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Asia as Dreamed by Craftspeople

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Europe’s largest bass music and culture fest

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The country’s longest running music festival

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Manga: the Akira creator’s influence

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Cold Scandinavia a hotbed of pop music

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The Kat jumped over DeLuna

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The roots of cute

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An innovative and accessible production of the Scottish Play

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NYC band with Japanese singer

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A tale of two women and 7,500km

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Le Corbusier’s interior designer

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Slacker grooves and surf vibes by the bay

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With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery

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Single malt heaven

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Swedish avant-garde jazz plus Jim O’Rourke

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Do an art walk under Tokyo station

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Ukiyo-e visions of Edo

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Russia’s first DJ superstar

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Avant-garde cellist at Kono Hachiman shrine

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An Italian/Belgian beast with two backs brings the carnage

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Dark play butoh style

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The rave moves indoors

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Densha otaku take note

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A burgeoning industry with a different vibe

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Tokyo’s most compact art expo

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Cuban jazz titans with a history

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with special guest Kurtis Blow

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Bayside rave is back

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Were we happier when we were naked?

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From ape to man in stage-form

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Rhizome

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SonarSound’s most intriguing act isn’t strictly musical

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The UK indie-rockers join the traveling Haçienda circus

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Still packing out houses across the planet

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Could this year’s Tokyo’s Pride parade reach critical mass?

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Embarrassment of alt music riches

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DJ Kawasaki unleashes his new album

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Two day gala including Nureyev tribute

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In the Eyes of One Foreign Journalist

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Your fave songs remixed to hip-hop, rock and reggae

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A Century After the Machu Picchu “Discovery”

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Improvisational flautist shows off her technique

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Tokyo Wonder Site’s residents’ exhibition

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Drum and bass godfather @Womb

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Hallelujah Girls

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Madchester and more

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The anti-establishment anime armada

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Manga creator Eiichiro Oda’s first one-man show

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Contemporary dance giant revisits landmark piece

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Techno long-runner Phonica branches out

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The works of three ukiyo-e masters

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With a band name meaning “for pre-determined lovers,” the copiously-named Arakajime Kimerareta Koibitotachi E plays a shoegazer-influenced variant of dub, the psychedelic instrumental offshoot of Jamaican reggae. “Arakoi,” as the Tokyo band is known to fans, has a new EP out called Kyo (“Today,”) and to celebrate its release is hosting a “one man” concert ...

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The traveling indie-rock circus hands the reins to Jim O’Rourke

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Hauling contemporary dance into the pop culture realm

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A decidedly underground affair

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An unorthodox dance adaptation of Snow White

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UK comics raising laughs

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US hip-hop on the wane in Japan?

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The Hartnoll bros’ second coming

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Silent comedy gets the Tokyo treatment

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The bands that launched a million moshpits

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Nocturnal art rampage

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Rejuvenating the old downtown shitamachi

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Highly acclaimed, stripped-down version of the Mozart opera

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English Royal Ballet director turns his hand to Japanese folk tale

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What the young Beijinger does when she's not shooting fashion

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Ryuichi Sakamoto heads up a musical Celebrity Death Match

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A look at the influential graphic artist

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Titans of Hawaiian music

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Featuring UK innovators Pinch and V.I.V.E.K.

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Ideas of house and home

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The taiko virtuoso is banging the drums of change

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The Container presents the UK video provocateur

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A rich tradition of Russian ballet in the Mediterranean principality

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One of the key avant-garde Japanese artists remembered

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A new synthesis of tradition and innovation

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On the warpath with new LP Born Villain

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Wim Wenders gives a masterclass in 3-D cinema art

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They may be from Kentucky, but don’t call ‘em Southern rock

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Hideki Noda’s meditation on revenge returns home for an English run

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One of Japan’s godfathers of abstract art

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Could any child do that?

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Guitarist duo combine Brazilian sounds and inveterate US jazz

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First in a new series of plays by young Latin talents

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Manzo Nomura and Thane Camus bring “mad words” to the barbarians

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Artistic possibilities enabled by new connectivity

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Oddly driving the impure, mythical world’s fragments

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Qudus Onikeku on what turns man into a monster

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Jamaican dub exerts its influence

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Leaning towards spiritual themes

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The lord of manga meets a don of contemporary dance

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Psychedelia served Texas-style

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Portraits of portrait makers

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The gravel-voiced New Orleans piano man remains in top form

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Unorthodox performance in an as-yet-to-be named location

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Deep-pocketed collectors meet the Japanese cutting-edge

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A meditation on desire and divinity

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Shouty raps, slashing beats—and a bottle of wine

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The English-Italian diva pens torch songs for the new millennium

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Possibly the world's smallest circus

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The British metal warhorse is still selling out arenas

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Bizen ceramics on display

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Claude McKnight’s a cappella group with New Japan Philharmonic

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Young artists return from overseas

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Japan’s leading drum ‘n’ bass export

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The Chicano trio tests the Japanese market

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The drum ‘n’ bass veteran ministers to the faithful

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Japanese principal soloist takes his bow at this weeklong engagement

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“Horny gang strikes back!”

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Dutch dancer, flower designer, choreographer and performance artist

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Mega producer showcases his turntable chops

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A trawl through the great soul music catalog of the ’60s and ’70s

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Edo’s ultimate graphic designer

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One of the burningest live acts to be heard

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Blending butoh’s stark sensibilities with contemporary dance and ballet

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The chillwaver is just a salaryman at heart

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Exhibiting 60 works, many made from colorful Italian Murano glass, from over 25 years of the artist’s career

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19th century American masterpieces along with the latest creations from Japan’s current generation of quilters

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Afro-cool hip-hop at Billboard Live

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Italian soprano live at Tokyo Opera City

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Islet and S.C.U.M head up Creativeman’s new band showcase

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Guitar virtuoso refuses to stand still

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Berlin electronica duo hit Tokyo's newest and largest club

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Insomnia transformed into a dance piece

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Dutch electro duo trawl the Tokyo dives

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Mark your musical dates for the coming year

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Time to move on, says the visual kei icon

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Get over the new year at Womb

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Lithuania-born US artist and influencer of Japanese art

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Dave Grohl's rockers pump their new album

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Korean director Jin Kyu Kim takes live painting to a new level

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Get a dose of the baroque

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Guerilla art exhibition/concert all-nighter in Asagaya

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Tokyo Ballet performs selections by the French giant

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Reconstructing Japanese folk music vocabulary

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The Brooklyn rockers’ first visit since Fuji Rock ’09

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Draws on one of the world’s finest Nihonga collections

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Around 200 pop shoe designs from a 40-year career

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Vladimir Malakhov and the Tokyo Ballet in homage to the legendary Russian dancer

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Take in some strange dance before Die Pratze closes doors

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Consider celebrating Christmas the “violent” way

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Tsuzuki tours the shabby eastern half of Tokyo

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Dave Twomey and Peter Van Hoesen in a mixed digital/analog set

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A certified indie-rock-tronica goddess

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The latest in London beats

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One of the great ambient guitar works on the only sound system that can do it justice

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St Petersburg’s Leningrad State Ballet on a 22nd tour of Japan

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Begin to imagine a future history of art

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Japan’s early persecuted Christians and the Nagasaki bombing linked in a prayer for peace

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Unorthodox combo of avant-garde dance with traditional Asian percussion

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Try this unsung treasure of Tokyo art museums

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The Jackson clan looks to get it right the second time

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The Tyler Foundation's compilation strives to bring hope to children in trouble

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A skilled interpreter of pop, jazz—and Polish folk music

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Impresario Shuya Okino changes tack

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Leningrad State Orchestra at the glistening Tokyo International Forum

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Tokyo techno legend Josh Child's swansong

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1980s UK hip-hop photographer

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Woodblock printing's Greatest Hits

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One of the original Big Four of thrash metal touts their new LP

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“Disturbing the comfortable, comforting the disturbed.”

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Kori’s meditation on motion and time, featuring four emerging dancers

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The artist's sexual fantasies expressed as art

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Get spiritual with St Petersburg Chamber Ensemble

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In a broadband era, the Aussie musician/aid worker takes the slow route

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Hundreds of photos say what Japan means to you

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Japan-based Cuban percussionist debuts first solo album this Monday

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World music and hundreds of bottles to try this Sunday

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Supergroup's two-week Japan tour comes with a new edition of Rocks

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Analog and digital become one

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Japan's most unusual duo—by process of elimination

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Sampled by Niki Minaj, blogged by Kanye West… and tied up in Osaka

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Wall-mounted cameras question our high-tech society

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Gender fantasy exploration by contemporary dance troupe

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Axeman and frontman par excellence back in Japan

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Swordsmith-influenced memorial art

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Switzerland’s hallowed festival comes to Kawasaki

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The soul singer dares to dream of a different Japan

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A dance-theater hybrid based on a transgender spy

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Latest incarnation of Vamp’s annual chick-rock fest

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“Is it art or obscenity?”

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Family-friendly folky fun

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Stebbings’ defines Dickens’ masterwork as a fairy tale

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Detroit punk legends feted in DVD/CD package

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Alt-rock icon Aiha Higurashi has a brand-new thang

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Find out why Poland's where it's at for new music

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Izumi Tanaka’s choreographic creations are as much about shape as movement

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Japan’s coolest acts take over ten Shibuya stages

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Swiss-born architect displays work from the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010

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Liverpool-born performer brings traditional Japanese storytelling to a new audience

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The surfer, hip-hopper and musician's first solo tour of Japan

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A new generation of designers is emerging in the post-Bubble era

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Simon Bartholomew talks two decades of jazz-funk and staying sane on the road

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Venezuelan Beatriz Inglessis presents her doctoral studies in Japanese woodblock prints

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Spanish master's canvasses make a rare trip from Madrid’s Prado museum

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Jazz meets contemporary Japanese flower design

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Traditional Irish material adapted into a sizzling pop format

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The first major butoh work to debut after 3/11

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One of the most extensive US collections of modern art

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Say hello to a massive new club and performance space in the middle of Shibuya

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Check out Tokyo old town's regeneration through its design scene

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A combo of the island's most prominent musicians

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LA’s leftfield hip-hop honey heads up Brainfeeder night

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See 192 hanga woodblock prints at this fundraising show

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Japan’s landmark works of art inspired by Kasuga's sublime scenery

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Mr Fingers brings his Chicago deep house Japanward

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Meet the new “hardcore reggae” supergroup

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Learn the digital straps in Yokohama

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Small-town boy Adam Young makes good with a big heart

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The German free-jazz sax giant turns 70 in style

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The long-running metal fest steps out in new directions

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Indian traditional dance meets Western classical music

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The 18th-century carry cases are garnering fans beyond the Princess

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Yokohama's largest fest brings thousands of musicians to spots across the city

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Lush-voiced Aussie baritone on debut spot in Japan

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Genre-bending events on the Yokohama Triennale sidelines

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Learn about the esoteric tea ritual in two placid settings

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Tokyo gets the rare pleasure of an African music double header

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The lush decorative history of a national institution

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The UK's Chris Shaw features among the annual snap fest

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Tokyo International Forum, Sep 2-4

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Operatic panorama from the Deutsch masters

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Porcine musical odyssey

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Daytime carnage for the adult raver

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Take in Makotocluv's 3-D Tokyo picture book

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Well does it?

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It’s about finding your inner Blue Man, says Tokyo show’s Callum Grant

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Get your dose of '90s indie rock

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The UK groove-meister hits the sweet spot between man and machine

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Taiko veterans Yamato play their latest show

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Turkish techno against Yokohama’s illuminated waterfront

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A posse of Japan's better indie bands

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The instrumental hip-hop guru fronts this year’s Neutral Nation

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Art and music auction for Tohoku

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Shinjuku's annual bevy of Latin film

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Three of Japan’s most vaunted post-rock and hardcore acts gang up for an aural assault. Critically hyped psychedelic sludge-core trio Boris are currently on a tear, with three albums out this year including a collaboration with noise god Mertzbow and a world tour to follow this fall. Signed to Mogwai’s Rock Action imprint, screamo act ...

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Takkyu Ishino's famous rave brings the best of Berlin, among other lunacies

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The Swedish gypsy punk collective push their new album

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Though not as well known as figures like Sergio Mendes or João Gilberto and his daughter Bebel, keyboard phenom and multi-instrumentalist Hugo Fattoruso personifies the journey of Latin jazz to the English-speaking world. Born in the Uruguayan capital Montevideo, Fattoruso’s unique legacy is to have brought the complex Afro-Uruguayan rhythms of candombe to New York ...

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Cellist Hiromichi Sakamoto and Japan’s avant-garde build a home of their own

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In the 1950s, a group of Japanese architects envisaged an organic process for urban housing they dubbed “Metabolism.” A half-century later, architect Koh Kitayama curated a look at this movement at the 2010 Japanese pavilion at the Venice Biennale. “Tokyo Metabolizing” presents full-scale houses from firms influenced by Metabolism such as Kitayama, Atelier Bow-Wow and ...

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Stylish singer and Pride promoter Lenne Hardt hosts a gala benefit

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Punk Rock Confidential hosts its annual daylong slamfest

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Get the best of the Carribean just south of Tokyo

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Stars of sleazy electro in Shibuya

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Blending North Africa’s Gnawa people's music with rock and reggae

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Chiba Marine Stadium and Makuhari Messe, Aug 13-14

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A kid-friendly peek at Tokyo's future tallest tower

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The Sexy Stones frontman's new foray

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Ecstatic meets ironic

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Yokohama delivers artistic relief for Japan

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Stately music and dance from Japan’s ancient capital

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Japan’s quake-shocked music fans get a jolt of rock therapy

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Good vibrations

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The Californian artist delivers his new album's fare at Break Away

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The devious one makes his Japan debut

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Flying fish at the Hills

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Take your hat off to this veteran show

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The UK dance unit finds a fleeting paradise on Pala

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The Edo-Tokyo Museum provides a glimpse of the city's rail history

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With a new rock doc and album, is it finally the LA warhorse’s moment?

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Following up on a planned April engagement that was delayed by the quake, veteran Japanese drum and bass DJ Aki hosts two European heavyweights at his decade-old O6S party. Aki witnessed Englishman Shimon and Austrian Disazt (his mother thought his music was a disaster) performing back to back on the Audioporn stage at Austria’s 2010 ...

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Shake a leg

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Salsa from Sweden and some free tickets

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Live soundtracks in supercool arty style

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Among Tokyo’s numerous obscure but intriguing small museums is the Yayoi Museum in Bunkyo Ward. The space is devoted to the works of Taisho-era artist Yumeji Takehisa, famous for his portraits of beauties, but is currently hosting an exhibition focusing on Kasho Takabatake, another artist of the era known for his illustrations of lovely young ...

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Three veteran and three emerging conceptual artists at pace-setting Taro Nasu Gallery

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Another act following up next weekend’s Fuji Rock with a gig in Tokyo is leftfield Swedish duo Wildbirds & Peacedrums, who impressed audiences last year in gigs with Deerhoof and Medeski, Martin & Wood. Singer Mariam Wallentin and drummer Andreas Werliin met studying improvisation at the University of Gothenburg, and their music joins pairings like ...

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If playing Fuji Rock weren’t enough, German dance music survivor DJ Hell will be following up Japan’s largest rock fest with a gig at one of the country’s hippest clubs. Hell has been a fixture of the German techno scene since he began mixing electro, house and hip-hop in the mid-’80s, and first gained widespread ...

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Re-evaluate modern life

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Climb the whole mountain with Oxfam