Here’s a new batch of Pulsations, links to fresh stories and visuals about Japan, shout-outs to fellow bloggers and highly clickable stuff that we think you might enjoy.
In no particular order . . .
This Volkswagen Beetle’s Backseat Has Been Converted Into A Japanese Bathtub (from DesignTaxi): One man’s dream to drive a Beetle packing an open-air bath is coming true.
A Neighborhood Transforms (from Tokyo Art Beat): This post features great photos from Trans Arts Tokyo 2013, which took over multiple locations in the Kanda area.
Pinkly Ever After: Cute and Magical (from japanese streets): “I wanted to become a designer who makes magical clothes for girls,” says Robin JooBin, who is inspired by fairy tales and Japanese magical girl anime.
ryue nishizawa places fukita pavilion amongst the trees (from designboom): What do you think of this unique outdoor space in Kagawa?
How to peel an orange: Is mikan art the new origami? (from RocketNews24): Every time you careless rip off a mikan peel and toss it, you are denying yourself an artistic opportunity. Dragons, bunnies, snails, all spawned from a healthy snack.
Keita Sagaki Covers the USA in Doodles (from Spoon & Tamago): A doodle master unleashes his brand of busy on famous landmarks of the United States.
The time-traveling cat robot Doraemon claimed the number one spot for the fourth year running in a recent survey on popular characters among children. His boundless popularity makes it no surprise that his debut in 3D is a major event. What do you think of the trailer for “Stand By Me: Doraemon”?