Taiwanese book review of Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s award-winning title - Thanks for this great book review in Taiwan, published on 2013.07.07: QOOS Taiwanese Book review of... Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s ideas for Creative Thailand - Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s ideas for Thai national strategy to develop the country into an even m... Morinosuke Kawaguchi on Bangkok billboards! - Wow! Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s face is smiling at people on billboards on the streets and subway... The Fearsome Kabuki Mask & Honda Bikes The Fearsome Kabuki Mask & Honda Bikes - Note: Since January, 2007, Morinosuke Kawaguchi has been writing a column for the Nikkei BP website... 2012/08/19 Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s poster in Bangkok! - Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s poster near the Emporium Bangkok, where the Creativities Unfold events... MK subculture-inspired innovation presentation & workshop in Bangkok - Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s presentation and workshop in September 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand! CU t... Morinosuke Kawaguchi on Japanese Pop Culture and Innovation - Professor Morinosuke Kawaguchi is teaching at Kyoto’s Doshisha Business School’s Global... Anime-inspired car front lights Anime-inspired car front lights - In 2011, one of the big trends of the world’s most important Motor Show IAA was how clearly c... 2012/03/28 From making to designing From making to designing - The automaton by Toshiba’s founder Hisashige Tanaka is really something, considering that it was bu... 2012/03/23 Thinking of the mechanism is limiting Thinking of the mechanism is limiting - Morinosuke Kawaguchi’s approach to technological development has fathered the term subculture... 2012/03/23 Subculture-inspired traffic harmonization Subculture-inspired traffic harmonization - Years ago Yamaha developed a bike prototype with the front resembling a face. The shape and design ... 2012/03/23 Open Sky 2.0: Nausicaä's Maeve created Open Sky 2.0: Nausicaä’s Maeve created - Morinosuke Kawaguchi often points out how subculture inspires innovation. Japanese media artist Hac... 2012/03/23