Influence of Japanese Culture Documented in Packaging Article, Co-Written by Neil Kozarsky of T.H.E.M.
Marlton, New Jersey – A recent article in Packaging Design Magazine provided intriguing insight into the ways in which cultural preferences and predilections have influenced packaging design in Japan and beyond. The article, written by Neil Kozarsky and Ron Romanik, points out that the obsession with efficiency and cleanliness that permeates every aspect of Japanese life is the motivating force behind many of the packaging innovations that can now be found around the world. “The Japanese hate waste,” explains Neil Kozarsky. “They won’t tolerate wasted time, wasted product…even wasted material. This has led to an endless stream of food and beverage packaging innovations over the years.” Please visit http://www.them.net/Press_Releases/Japanese.pdf for the full article.
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