The Japanese minimalism art movement
Do you have any chance that you think about furoshiki as you spend usual lives unintentionally? It is a Japanese traditional culture, which is not particularly novelty, but there are so many stories in this simple flat square cloth. For simple things, interpretation can be wider, and in fact it is deeper.
Chashitsu (tea room or tea house) is, as the name implies, a tatami room where you drink tea. However, that’s not all. Chashitsu is a magical space where people connect with each other, and humans and nature come into contact with each other.
Founder: Takuya Nagata. Amazon ProfileFollow @nagatackle
A novel writer and creator. Graduated from UCA, the UK’s university. Discussed Japanese minimalism in the senior thesis. Founder of “MINIЯISM” (minirism), the art movement that contributes to the development of societies, such as ecology and lifestyle. Later opened the knowledge hub “The Minimalist.”
Once travelled to Brazil and trained football at CFZ do Rio (Centro de Futebol Zico Sociedade Esportiva) in Rio de Janeiro. Played soccer for the Urawa Reds (Urawa Red Diamonds), one of the biggest football clubs in Japan, and toured Europe. Retired at a young age and voyaged alone to England. Established careers as a journalist, football coach, consultant, etc. across Europe such as Spain. The founder of “Propulsive Football” (PROBALL), the world’s first-ever competitive mixed football, facilitating diversity and spirit for equal participation in society.
Knowledgeable in creative and technology fields as well. Launched the SPACE Culture & Entertainment hub “The Space-Timer 0.”