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How to Not Be Befuddled by Japanese Design

When everything you know about typography is wrong

Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo ©SeanPavonePhoto

JJapan is famous for its Zen Buddhist aesthetics. People come with certain expectations. They expect to find tranquil gardens, serene temples, and exquisite calligraphy.

The truth is “Japan perfect” is a myth.




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Playing at the intersection of mind, spirit and curiosity. Editor of Mindset Matters and Haiku Love (^_^♪)

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