A look at the people delving into lost and forgotten arts, or preserving longstanding cultural legacies.
Erik Shirai’s Unfiltered Portraits of Quiet Lives
The 144-year-old Tedorigawa Yoshida Sake Brewery in Japan toils to keep a dying art alive, as ownership passes from one generation to the next.
Blooms in New York Breathe New Life Into Centuries-Old Japanese Art
NYBG's fall chrysanthemum exhibitions are extraordinary every year, thanks to horticulturalists bringing the art over from Japan piece by piece.
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