sankaku Volume 01: Tokyo 2nd Edition


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About the product

sankaku Volume 01: Tokyo is a collection of stories featuring creative projects that bring new life to traditional craft, bridge the gap between urban and rural, and show us how to build community.

Featuring: Stand No More, Almost Perfect, Ogawa: The Prototyping Town, Tokyo Keyboard, Horiguchi Kiriko, Grace Lee, and Shinohara Shiko.

Softcover, 123 pages
A5 (14.8cm x 2.1cm)
Cover - FSC-certified recycled paper board
Perfect bound
Printed in Japan
Bound in Tokyo by Shinohara Shiko
Original cover art by Grace Lee


Why we like it

The book is a window to how we can highlight traditional craft and strengthen the Japanese artisan community. We love the intention, thought and care the sankaku team put into each detail, from story to production.

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About the artist

sankaku is an independent publication telling the stories of people, places and products in Japan that are reimagining long-standing ways of making and living. With an international team base in Japan and Canada, it explores craft, design, food, and community, their stories dig deep into the fresh perspectives and uncommon narratives that can arise from the convergence of traditional knowledge and contemporary collaborations.

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