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Tagasode ("Whose Sleeves?") [Japan] (62.36.2-3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tagasode (Whose sleeves?), first half of 17th century Pair of six-panel folding screens ink; color gold and silver on gilded paper

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode) [Japan] (29.100.493-4) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Whose Sleeves? (Tagasode), Momoyama period (1573–1615), late 16th century Japan Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on gilded paper


tag tokyo

Division de McKann tokyo

lost in a moment on Vimeo

one take impromptu film made in Tokyo by Dennis Wheatley and Stefan McClean. We were sitting in this sushi bar pondering how best to set up a camera to film things all by itself whilst we were in Tokyo. Take our hands out of the equation... let the camera have its own journey. I'd taken a cannibalised record turntable with me from the UK with the idea of filming slow panoramas but it was painfully bumpy and stopped every minute. Then we had our eureka moment and filmed this. A few years later I was working on a piece of music and married the two together. The music is all about that feeling when you're half asleep in the sun.. the ambiance of foreign voices becomes a lullaby to dream away.

Wafu tiramisu | Clea Cuisine

Ma frénésie de cuisine japonaise me reprend : j’ai des envies de “wafu” ! Le terme désigne tout ce qui est japonais, très japonais, ultra japonais ! “Wa” désigne le Japon et ses traditions, et “fu” veut dire “style”. On peut donc traduire “wafu” par “à la japonaise”. Aujourd’hui, j’ai customisé un tiramisu façon wafu : en remplaçant le café par du thé matcha, et la mousse au mascarpone par une mousse au tofu. Le résultat a comblé mes envies de Japon le temps d’un repas.


Cloth folding

on y resiste pas, le pire c'est que je viens d'essayer et que ça marche...