Personalize your property with a poster

Decorate your minimalist home, office, conference room or bathroom with a vintage original Japanese movie poster! Here is why.

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The Poster Community

Imagine streets flooded with foreigners bending their heads down as they enter winding stores filled with bookshelves overstocked from floor to ceiling. The crowds that would dig through piles of toppling bookshelves or poster bins have now vanished from the streets of Tokyo, Chiba, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Nagano, and Okayama. The prefectures listed above are…

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Quality Language Learning

An education can help you improve your situation in life and take you to places especially if you speak more than one language. Communication is key towards your learning and language acquisition, but how do you know if the education is really worth the time and finances?

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Unified Japan at Gifu Sekigahara Battlefield Memorial Museum

A unified Japan was the result from the Battle of Sekighara which took place on October 21, 1600. Bringing peace to the country for the 260 years after under the rule of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Discover the impressive Memorial Museum that will immerse you into the truth and history of Japan when they official open their doors to the public on October 21, 2020.

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JAPANESE POSTER POWER

JAPANESE POSTER POWER is an investment into exlusive and rare masterpieces made to standout on your wall. Here’s why.

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Strength of Sanrio

The illustrious F CLUB gathers strong and brilliant poised professional women of various industries for an evening of exchange to examine the current business climate, discuss the political change of power and of course, tète-à-tète. From the warm welcome of “Hajimemashite” shared in the air, to networking with 名刺,めいし, the night was paired with exquisite…

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Philippines vs Japan handling COVID19

Personal space dictates how one communicates, works and lives, especially in Japan, far more than in any other country worldwide. I was predominantly raised in Asia, specifically in the Philippines, and for a majority of this year, I have been living in Japan and with the wave of this coronavirus crisis, I have a few…

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