Fumio Sasaki’s Goodbye, Things: all about extreme minimalism


By Charmaine Chan

thingsRetailers will quake at the appearance of yet another book lauding minimalist living. The latest to find bliss in owning little is Fumio Sasaki, a single, 30-something editor at a publishing company in Tokyo. Sasaki calls himself a “classic case” when explaining his move to empty his cupboards and clear his shelves: he just couldn’t stand living in an “overly cluttered pigpen” any longer. Read more

Source: South China Morning Post