Good­bye, Things: The New Ja­panese Min­i­mal­ism

Fu­mio Sasaki

Esquire (Singapore) - - Mahb | Book -

It’s tough to bid farewell to items we hold dear and with a sig­nif­i­cant mem­ory at­tached. But if this sen­ti­men­tal to­ken doesn’t serve a need­ful pur­pose, off into the bin it goes. Sasaki may not be a de­clut­ter­ing ex­pert a la Marie Kondo, and there’s no rea­son for him to be one. Highly re­lat­able as an ev­ery­day man, he chucked re­dun­dant ob­jects to pave a path to free­dom. Ev­ery­one can be a min­i­mal­ist, but Sasaki shows you the en­rich­ing ex­pe­ri­ence be­hind trans­form­ing your space into a com­fort­able turf to un­wind.

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