BS1 Sun. Dec. 3


Many foreign tourists who visit Japan are surprised by colorful foods and diversely colored products that you see in the city. Japanese cuisine is said to express the colors of the four seasons so beautifully that eating seems wasteful. In addition, using colors practically in symbolic colors for trains, for example, is said to be a distinctive feature of Japan. Japanese people see various colors in worlds of black and white such as ink wash painting as well. We investigate the appeal of colors in Japan from the perspective of foreigners.

We asked Japanese people in the city what kinds of color differentiation they use.
Our foreign guest was taught how to use colors to make bento look delicious.
Our foreign guest visited an ink wash painter who is gathering attention from overseas.