Kanako Takase: Right Place Right Time
What fascinates you most about your line of your work?
Satisfaction— finding a beauty that fits at the moment and is never the same.
How would you describe your aesthetic in three words?
Unplanned. Complicated. Blank
It’s a Friday night, what’s your go-to look?
A shiny Chinese jacket, but I don’t go out.
Which fictional character would be the most boring to meet in real life?
Nothing is boring if I get to see fictional character in real life. It’s creepy.
What (or who) did you think was really cool when you were a kid, but consider really lame now?
Chemical straitening my hair in junior high school. It was a thing in Japan.
How long would you last in a zombie apocalypse?
Only a second, but if I had a bicycle maybe a few minutes longer.
Kanako Takase for Document Journal No. 12; Kanako Takase for Re-Edition
Cats or dogs?
What was the toughest decision you made today?
Having tea or coffee.
What makes you feel powerful?