日本語

Suumo.jp, 「水辺と緑という癒しのある芝浦から」2013年8月。

Shibaura House の2012年報に、私のプロフィールが紹介されました。

Limno, 「東京フルーツ・レイアー76 Libbre e XVI Soldi (76 Pounds and XVI Coins)。ベネチア、イタリア。2012。

Greenz.jp, 「あんなところにフルーツが!果物を通じて”おいしい街”TOKYOを再発見する「東京ローカルフルーツ」2012年7月30日。

Newsweek Japan, 「それでも外国人が東京暮らしを愛する理由」2010年10月28日

Newsweek Japan, 「東京の無駄な空間に自然を」2010年6月14日

Newsweek Japan, 「江戸時代に学ぶエコライフ』2010年4月12日

Newsweek Japan, 「東京のガーデニング文化を世界に誇れ」 2010年1月12日

東京新聞、「緑と共生、東京から発信を」2009年12月8日

English

Tokyo Street Gardens: Unrecognized Beauty, Ikebana International, Vol 58, Issue 2, pp 24-30, 2014.

My photos of Ginza Farm and Pasona appeared in Lotus 149: Lotus in the Field, an Italian-English bilingual architectural quaterly, 2012, and Jacaranda, an Australian geography textbook in 2014.

Tokyo, a Fruitful City, a chapter in Farming the City: Food as a Tool for Today’s Urbanisation, edited by CITIES. 2013.

Window Box Gardens, Local Ecologist. July 16, 2013.

An Interview with Jared Braiterman of Tokyo Green Space, in Projexity blog.

Limno, Tokyo Fruit Layers, in 76 Libbre e XVI Soldi (76 Pounds and XVI Coins). Venice, Italy, 2012.

Shared Beauty: Tokyo’s Pot Gardens. The Plant, Issue #3. Fall, 2012.

Tokyo in All Its Greenery. Highlighting Japan. A publication of the Government of Japan. October, 2012.

Tokyo Tanuki: Learning from Mythical and Real Urban Animals. With Chris Berthelsen and Jessica Mantell. This Big City. September 17, 2012.

Outside In: Breaking Some Anthropology Rules for Design. Ethnography Matters. July 3, 2012.

Japan Times Blogroll: Tokyo Green Space,” interviewed by Mads Berthelsen, Japan Times, May 16, 2012.

Tokyo Local Fruit, Pecha Kucha Tokyo presentation with Chris Berthelsen and Jess Mantell. February 22, 1012.

City Branding through New Green Spaces. In Dinnie, Keith (ed). 2011. City Branding: Theory and Cases. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Photo of Nonbei Yokocho appeared in Travel Guide to Aid Japan, Wattention Publishers, 2011.

Metropolis Magazine, “The Butterfly in the Metro,” November 4, 2010.

Huffington Post, “‘Do You Really Like Living Here?’ A Foreigner’s Perspective on Tokyo,” October 29, 2010

Kyoto Journal, “Inviting Totoro to Tokyo,” September, 2010

Huffington Post, “Sensing Four Seasons at a Tokyo Office Building,” July 30, 2010

Biodiversity and New Urbanism in Tokyo: The Role of the Kanda River (6MB pdf). 2010. International Federation of Landscape Architects, World Congress. Suzhou, China. Co-written with Matthew Puntigam and Suzuki Makoto.

Urban Biodiversity Identification and Tracking System (200 kb pdf). 2010. Urban Biodiversity (URBIO) conference. Nagoya, Japan. Co-written with Takahashi Yusuke.

Asia!, “Spilling the Beans: Miso Making in Tokyo,” April 23, 2010

Woman’s Day, “10 Magnificent Urban Gardens,” April 22, 2010

Huffington Post, “Replacing Dead Urban Spaces with Living Habitat,” April 22, 2010

Huffington Post, “Japan’s Edo Culture Inspires a Post-Industrial Future,” March 30, 2010

Creative Cities in UK & East Asia, “Why are Some Neighborhood Parks So Sad?,” January 17, 2010

Huffington Post, “Gardening for Strangers in Tokyo,” January 13, 2010

Huffington Post, “Biodiversity Remakes Tokyo,” December 2, 2009

Japan Times, “Tokyo’s Urban Design Role,” November 27, 2009

Metropolis Magazine, “Tokyo Green Space,” October 1, 2009

Presentations

Shibaura House’s Community Herb Garden presentation. Japan, May 2013.

TEDxSeeds. Japan, November 2010.

Tokyo Green Space in the Global Press

CNN Eco Solutions, about ecological innovations in Japan (broadcast and online)

Japan Times, Blogroll interview with Jared Braiterman about Tokyo Green Space

The Ecologist,  about growing food in strange places

American Anthropologist, a review of Tokyo Green Space as public anthropology

Financial Times, about the Tokyo real estate market

San Francisco Chronicle, about high speed rail

Inhabitat, about a garden design cafe

3 comments
  1. Tom said:

    Hi Jared,

    A couple ago weeks ago I came across a photo on your website which I’m struggling to find again. Its of a japanese man and woman dressed in traditional clothing next to what looks like a wooden market stall with various potted plants displayed on it. It would be really helpful for me if you could point me in the right direction.

    Many thanks

  2. tlwr77 said:

    Yes! this is the one! Thank you very much.

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