On the London underground security is on the prowl for crooks, would-be terrorists, and other unsavoury characters. But in Japan, security cameras are used to detect a totally different type of passenger.
Summer’s zooming by. Wish you could teleport from your cubicle to a sandbar in turquoise waters? Well, there’s no Hyperloop yet—but thankfully, drone-shot 4K movies of Japanese paradise can make you feel like you’re there. Read More >>
Furniture company Karimoku rescued 700 seats from Tokyo’s National Stadium and ended up commissioning three designers to repurpose the blue, hippie-era seats into limited-edition stools, chairs, and benches.