made in tokyo


Authors: Junzo Kuroda , Momoyo Kaijima, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto


A guide book to the unique modernity of Tokyo’s urban space through the architecture that architects would like to forget. Born of a functional need rather than aesthetic ideal, golf range nets span spaghetti snack bars and a host of 70 other remarkable combinations are pictured and described in this quintessential glimpse of Tokyo’s architectural grass roots.

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