|A shelf in the home of Youta Matsuoka, aka the artist JonJon Green. More details below|
|The living area at the home of Makoto Asamoto, see more below|
|Kurumi Saki's bedroom, see more below|
The homes ranged from those in modern, white-walled, space-conscious architecture – one had steps that doubled as shelves from the living space to a toilet and bath seemingly in the wall – to the Mediterranean-hued flat featuring a room with a swing in it to a tatami room with pan-Asian and American-blues memorabilia.
|The Mount Fuji-themed shelf at Masami Usagawa's home. See more below|
And he has a great kitchen – as to be expected from the president of a food and drink company.
Her tatami room was minimalist with just a cushion and low table apart from a mirror and some books. The apartment, with two other simple but tasteful rooms, was shared – with her (disabled) dog, Chocolate.
You can buy the book here (it is a French website).
Andrew Pothecary is a freelance print designer, based for the last seven years in Tokyo. Another three years previously in Tokyo as a magazine art editor were interrupted with four years back in the UK working for the Telegraph Media Group. He lives in a rented 40-year-old wooden Japanese house. He also takes photographs. Check out his website Forbidden Colour