After Scotland, Holiday is devoting its pages to the Land of the Rising Sun. Dispatched to the Japanese archipelago in the magazine's grand tradition of lavish, aesthetic trips, the photographer Josh Olins chases mysterious Nippones wonders in their natural habitat. Alongside him, the acclaimed writer Eric Reinhardt narrates his personal tour, while Inez, Vinoodh and Serge Lutens pay tribute to the Kabuki theater-including one of the form's living icons, Ichikawa Ebizo XI, who also graces the cover-Karim Sadli turns his lens on Japanese expatriates in Paris, Donald Keene recalls the final hours of the literary giant Yukio Mishima, Edie Campbell offers snippets of her travels, and Jéromine Savignon recounts the Parisian blossoming of the designer Kenzo Takada. Plus the former prime minister turned ceramicist, Morihiro Hosokawa, opens up to Holiday while the Countess Setsuko Klossowska de Rola opens the doors of her legendary Swiss chalet, La Rossinière-where she lived for nearly forty years with the painter Balthus-along with her wardrobe, unveiling her extensive collection of silk kimonos.
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