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‘Omotenashi’: Integral to Japanese culture, but not easily defined

We discuss the Japanese concept of ‘omotenashi’ that seeks to delight locals and international visitors alike, and how it can be used as a promotional tool

May 14 • 7 min read


Japan’s Functional Food & Drink Revolution!

There is a growing appeal to consuming functional food & drink in Japan. Here, we look at some of the foremost trends

May 9 • 8 min read


Mindful drinking: The rise of alcohol-free alternative beverages in Japan

With the rise in low and no-alcohol offerings, we explore how brands are maintaining success in an increasingly ‘dry’ Japan

May 3 • 5 min read



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— Daisuke Miura, CEO, Zenfotomatic
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— Rob Schulze, Managing Director, International, National Research Group
Tokyoesque would be great partners for anyone working in research and cultural insight, or indeed any businesses looking to expand their knowledge of the Japanese market in order to launch products or services there, or simply to provide inspiration for brand developments in other markets.
— Mark Lemon, Senior Semiotician, Sign Salad