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Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two
Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two

Kinfolk Issue - Thirty Two

$18.00

Kinfolk was founded in Portland, operates out of Copenhagen, and has long had roots in Japan. In fact, since 2013, the magazine-and its ongoing exploration of quality of life – has been translated into Japanese at their sister office in the heart of Shibuya, Tokyo. On their most recent visit in March, local editors Mako Ayabe and Kota Engaku reminded Kinfolk what life in the Japanese capital is like for those living there with a sense of intention and energy: one of the navigable neighbourhoods, courteous codes and cutting-edge culture. This is in stark contrast to the vision of Tokyo as a city that can feel impenetrable to the outsider.

 

 

For Kinfolk's 18-page guide, their photographer Romain Laprade and local writer Selena Hoy took recommendations from their Japan team and visited a dozen locations that, between them, paint a full picture of this varied metropolis: from a new rice specialist revitalizing a shuttered shopping district, to a store inside a house in upmarket, residential Shirokane. For archive and feature profiles, Kinfolk chose two women who made Tokyo their home a hundred years apart: Toko Shinoda, the 106-year-old abstract artist who still lives in the city center, and Yoon Ahn, the Korean designer who moved to the city in the early aughts, riding the peak of the city’s street-style wave.

Perhaps because Tokyo is the world’s most populous metropolis, spending time in the city left Kinfolk longing for space to stretch out and enjoy the summer. The issue Thirty-Two fashion shoot takes place on a boat off the coast of Marseille, and the feature profile of Coco O tells the story of how the singer found room to breathe again by moving back to Copenhagen after several years in Los Angeles. And, in interviews with the architects Kengo Kuma and Bijoy Jain, Kinfolk discovers a common reverence for creating building in conversation with the nature and light that surrounds them.
  • 192 pages
  • Offset-printed and perfect bound
  • Full color on uncoated and coated paper
  • Publication date: June 1st, 2019
  • Printed in United Kingdom

Delving deeply into home, work, style and culture, Kinfolk promotes quality of life and connects a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo. Since 2011, Kinfolk has become a leading lifestyle authority with a dynamic mix of print and online media, including a quarterly magazine sold in over 100 countries in four languages, daily posts on kinfolk.com, bestselling  books, plus international events and a gallery space in the heart of Copenhagen.