1/3 A family of Samurai sword makers continue a 230-year-old tradition.
2/3 On the island of Amami Oshima we follow the elaborate production of a Japanese kimono.
3/3 James Fox looks at the clean minimalism of the Japanese home.
3/3 Following Tomoo Hamada at work, shaping his pots and firing them in a wood-fuelled kiln.
A look at the year-long transformation from mud-dyed silk into an exquisite garment.
Follow the intricate process as a Japanese family continues an ancient tradition.
Watch a preview of the new series from art historian Dr James Fox.
James Fox on the artistic counterculture that sprang up around Edo's pleasure district.
The extraordinary influence of Japanese art on the Impressionists and beyond.
How Japan deconstructed the family home.
Watch the acclaimed 2015 animation from CBBC's Newsround.
In Japan's amazingly varied landscape, animals and people adapt in extraordinary ways.
A series of three idents created for BBC Four's Japan Season.
Broken a pot? Copy the Japanese and fix it with gold.