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sankaku Volume 01: Tokyo

For our inaugural volume, we dive into the lesser-known world of making in Tokyo, covering a diversity of creators and connectors who explore craftsmanship and community – from a mechanical keyboard produced with small-scale workshops to a creative-residency housed in a century-old rice shop. 

Our sold out, hardcover first edition was exhibited in bunkitsu 文喫 in April 2022, and featured in Elle Decoration UK’s September 2022 issue. Following its success, we are happy to release a second run of 200 copies in a softcover format.

We worked closely with our first edition collaborators, Tokyo-based Australian illustrator Grace Lee and bookbindery Shinohara Shiko, in order to celebrate the process of local print production. Interviews with both studios are featured in the book as well, so that readers can get to know the folks who helped make this volume a reality.

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. 

Exploring craft, design, food, and community, our stories dig deep into the fresh perspectives and uncommon narratives that can arise from the convergence of traditional knowledge and contemporary


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