Quirky Tours Put Japanese Pop Culture on Display

Quirky Tours Put Japanese Pop Culture on Display
Innovation
Orli Sharaby
  • 15 october 2007

Sofia Coppola got it right: To visit Japan is to enter a parallel universe where everything looks vaguely familiar, but where you can’t quite grasp the meaning of what’s going on. Westerners’ impressions of Japan generally seem to vacillate between confusion and enchantment, sort of the way children move through the world.

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