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Trending on Remodelista: Japanese Design Inspiration

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Trending on Remodelista: Japanese Design Inspiration

January 27, 2023

Remodelista’s editors looked to Japan for design inspiration this week. Here are the stories that made us want to book a trip pronto to Tokyo, Hokkaido, and…Copenhagen?

Above: Blonde woods and hand-applied plaster dominate this luxurious condo. Photograph by Tomooki Kengaku; styling by Yumi Nakata, from Hiroo Residence: A Soothing Retreat in Bustling Tokyo.
A rustic bath with a view in a guestroom at Shiguchi, a new inn in Hokkaido. See Design Travel: “The Dedication to Making Things Well” at Shiguchi in Japan.
Above: A rustic bath with a view in a guestroom at Shiguchi, a new inn in Hokkaido. See Design Travel: “The Dedication to Making Things Well” at Shiguchi in Japan.
In Copenhagen, a boutique selling Japanese wares, including these modern takes on koinobori. Photograph courtesy of Ohayo, from Ohayooo! A Small Japanese Design Shop in Central Copenhagen.
Above: In Copenhagen, a boutique selling Japanese wares, including these modern takes on koinobori. Photograph courtesy of Ohayo, from Ohayooo! A Small Japanese Design Shop in Central Copenhagen.

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