Cultural renewal in Japan

As Japan faces increasingly acute societal challenges, its native creativity is reinventing itself in ways that contrast sharply with the “technoid ” identity that the West currently associates with it. Let’s take a closer look…

By Augustin Lavagna Published on 11 April 2019 Related colors NellyRodi
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In 2019, Japan is experiencing an unprecedented cultural, social and political crisis for several reasons. For one thing, Japan is being overtaken on the economic front. As of 2010, Japan lost its ranking as the world’s second largest economy to China, behind the United States. In addition, the Japanese population is aging at record speed due.

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