Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism
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.