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Cruising through Milan for Salone Del Mobile, Paris for Fashion Week and Austin for SXSW: It's a working lifestyle many dream about. These worldly entrepreneurs may be based in London, Paris, Tokyo, Stockholm and New York, but they've also been lucky to traverse the outer edges of the globe. The founder of fashion boutique Creatures of Comfort, the product designer behind Note Design Studio and the editor in chiefs of Popeye, The Happy Reader and Riposte all share their trip tips and favorite locations at home and abroad. As a world-wandering magazine editor, Takahiro Kinoshita relishes the moments he gets to spend in his home country by exploring Japan’s lush natural landscape and logging some quality time with his family.

Though his frequent travels transport him to exotic locales, Takahiro Kinoshita keeps Japan close to his heart. The editor in chief of POPEYE, the much-loved men’s fashion magazine, Takahiro was born and raised in the picturesque Shizuoka prefecture, south of Mount Fuji. He eventually moved north to Tokyo, where he currently lives in an apartment just outside of the city center with his wife and two young sons. “The first evening I have at home after a long trip is

  • Words:
    Rachel Eva Lim
  • Photography:
    Kristofer Johnsson and Kaori Ito

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  • Words:
    Rachel Eva Lim
  • Photography:
    Kristofer Johnsson and Kaori Ito
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