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World renowned architect Kengo Kuma presents an enlightening tour of Tokyo, expressing his personal thoughts and reflections on the city's most influential buildings and its rich architectural heritage

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Introduction by Kengo Kuma
Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Kenzō Tange, 1964
Shibuya
Daikan-yama
One Omotesandō, Kengo Kuma, 2003
Meiji Jingū Museum, Kengo Kuma, 2019
Nezu Museum, Kengo Kuma, 2009
Sunny Hills, Kengo Kuma, 2014
National Stadium, Kengo Kuma, 2020
Suntory Museum of Art, Kengo Kuma, 2007
Kitte, Kengo Kuma, 2012
Shinjuku
Mejiro
Ikebukuro
Ueno & Yanesen
Jugetsudo Kabuki-za, Kengo Kuma, 2013
Tsukiji & Shinbashi
Takanawa Gateway Station, Kengo Kuma, ongoing
La Kagu, Kengo Kuma, ongoing
Akagi Shrine, Kengo Kuma, 2010
Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Building, Kengo Kuma, 2014
Western Tokyo
Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Centre, Kengo Kuma, 2012
Mukojima
Tetchan, Kengo Kuma, 2014
Directory
Buildings by Kengo Kuma & Associates
Buildings by other architects

About the Author

Kengo Kuma established Kengo Kuma & Associates in 1990 and went on to become Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, University of Tokyo in 2009. He is the author of several books, including Anti-Object and Kyokai: A Japanese Technique for Articulating Space. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including XS Extreme (Thames & Hudson).

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An inherently fascinating, amazingly informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking read.-- "Midwest Book Review" (4/27/2021 12:00:00 AM)

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