Lodestars Anthology is not your traditional travel magazine. Focusing on one country per issue, it is instead an independent publication all about place, journeys and discovery. Made up of a collection of guides, interviews, essays, photographs and illustrations, the focus is on capturing colour and verve. By looking at a destination’s history, charm, quirks, secret corners and fascinating residents, Lodestars Anthology aims to encapsulate the essence of a country in a very fresh way.
In this issue:
Journey to Japan and discover a land of tea and tropics, wabi-sabi and wonder. A place where symbolism abounds and nothing is without purpose. For here you’ll find an ancient and powerful landscape that has shaped history yet still dictates the rhythms of modern life. There are illuminated capitals and pockets of untouched wilderness, both marked by a deep sense of spirituality. Art flourishes, design inspires and others come first. May the light never dim on the Land of the Rising Sun.
This updated reissue contains a host of features from the original issue and a selection of new stories and artworks.
Tokyo Style Guide
Tokyo Style Guide is an indispensable companion for those looking for a unique insight into the city of Tokyo. While Tokyo pulsates like no other city, its true heart can be easily overlooked. It is found where the locals live, wander, shop, are entertained, eat and drink. Tokyo Style Guide offers style-savvy visitors a starting […]235 SEK
Culture & Lifestyle - Design - Food & Drink - Home & Living - Travel
Kinfolk, Volume 32 – Tokyo
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, […]235 SEK
Cityguide - Travel
The Monocle Travel Guide Series – Tokyo
It would take a lifetime to get to know every facet of Tokyo—so large that it spreads as far as the eye can see. But look closely and you will find a city of exceptional charm and breathtaking efficiency. The Japanese capital is a fascinating tangle of opposites: the latest technology and traditional arts; crowded […]195 SEK
The 500 Hidden Secrets of Tokyo
The 500 Hidden Secrets of Tokyo is an affectionate city guide, written by Tokyo local Yukiko Tajima. She has listed 500 must-visit places in her truly fascinating hometown, as well as good-to-know facts195 SEK