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Kachidoki Bashi Bridge on the Sumida River in Tokyo.

Kachidoki Bashi Bridge on the Sumida River in Tokyo.

Custom home luxury home architect | Jia village Kenichi KEN ARCHITECTS | Yokohama, Kanagawa Tokyo

Custom home luxury home architect | Jia village Kenichi KEN ARCHITECTS | Yokohama, Kanagawa Tokyo

New Approaches to Apartment Living in Japan | Okurayama Apartment  by Kazuyo Sejima & Associates.  Kazuyo Sejima designed this nine-unit apartment in Yokohama with an undulating inner court. Each unit has access to either its own garden or roof terrace. The glimpses into this maze-like open space adds a unique character to the surrounding neighbourhood.

New Approaches to Apartment Living in Japan | Okurayama Apartment by Kazuyo Sejima & Associates. Kazuyo Sejima designed this nine-unit apartment in Yokohama with an undulating inner court. Each unit has access to either its own garden or roof terrace. The glimpses into this maze-like open space adds a unique character to the surrounding neighbourhood.

Where To Eat in Yokohama!? 10 Must-Try Food In Yokohama, Japan

Where To Eat in Yokohama!? 10 Must-Try Food In Yokohama, Japan

curry bread : deep fried bread filled with Japanese curry sauce. Very popular in Japan!

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Tokyo '3 - Aesop

Aesop Shin-Marunouchi marble-effect shop by Torafu Architects

Tokyo '3 - Aesop

After considering more than 600 cities around the world, Swiss Re concludes the Tokyo-Yokohama region is the riskiest place in the world | PropertyCasualty360

After considering more than 600 cities around the world, Swiss Re concludes the Tokyo-Yokohama region is the riskiest place in the world | PropertyCasualty360

Like an elusive, albeit oversized, piece of a jigsaw puzzle, Kazuyo Sejima’s residential project is hidden at the heart of Yokohama. Each apartment its own character, using the curvature of e…

Like an elusive, albeit oversized, piece of a jigsaw puzzle, Kazuyo Sejima’s residential project is hidden at the heart of Yokohama. Each apartment its own character, using the curvature of e…

The Tower of Winds, Yokohama, Japan is a light sculpture that responds to wind speed and direction, and was designed years before anyone else explored the use of photo-responsive glass or ‘interactive architecture’ in the same way. The project was completed in 1986.  Photo:  Tomio Ohashi

The Tower of Winds, Yokohama, Japan is a light sculpture that responds to wind speed and direction, and was designed years before anyone else explored the use of photo-responsive glass or ‘interactive architecture’ in the same way. The project was completed in 1986. Photo: Tomio Ohashi

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