Benetton has cooked up quite a lovely little web design for their Japanese branch. Very clean with solid colors and great photos on a white canvas, just the way I like it. I love the way they have made the logo part of the slider at the top, but the animations when switching between the different tabs are a bit slow in my opinion.
Suzuyo Shoji is a Japanese energy company with a branch that sells solar power for personal use. Their solar power website is full of beautiful illustrations that explain how solar power works and how you save money on it while being eco-friendly.
LIVING IN A BORING NATION is a Japanese blog focusing on fashion and culture. They have some very cool things to show off, and they do it in a very beautiful manner. A very clean white grid-type web design built on WordPress.
Wab Design INC. is a Japanese design production company doing everything from web design to motion graphics. Their portfolio website is a pretty cool Flash creation with an alternative navigation and lots of smooth animations and moving elements.
This website is basically a tourist guide to Satsumasendai City in Kagoshima prefecture. Their design uses color scheme similar to MUJI’s, but it’s different in every other aspect.
HugMug is a Japanese kids fashion magazine which much like the magazine itself, uses a lot of bright colors on a nice clean white canvas. The design overall is very nice, but they do have a few pages that are hideous, so skip them if you can.
nucuri is a company that sells bedroom and baby products, I know, not too exciting, but they do have a nice website design. It’s simple but has a lot of character with parts that look like they’re hand drawn and a very soft color scheme.
dentsu Ad-Gear is, as you might understand just by reading the name, an advertising company. This is another beautiful website made with Flash with really cool and smooth animations. Much like free stitch, dentsu Ad-Gear also has nice background music and sound effects.
KAMIGU’s design has a beautiful color scheme, it’s one of very few websites I’ve seen that make very good use of yellow. The site uses a fluid full-width jQuery grid layout which makes it work beautifully on all kinds of resolutions.