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https://flic.kr/p/5Ps4ke | Zenpuku-ji | One of the buildings within the Zenpukuji compound

One of the buildings within the Zenpukuji compound

This looks exactly like streets we walked before stopping at an amazing coffee/tea restaurant

Narita-shi, Chiba-ken, Japan This picture has captured me! i love the idea of travelling in Japan.

It's a nice dining room piece. I like the off white on the wall, it ages the space. Le tabouret is a nice piece, I'll build one :) I like having a choice for bowls. Depth, size, colour

It's a nice dining room piece. I like the off white on the wall, it ages the space. Le tabouret is a nice piece, I'll build one :) I like having a choice for bowls.

Hoshi Ryokan in Komatsu, Ishikawa, Japan: A hotel that has been functioning for 1296 years...

A very old hotel that has been functioning for 1296 years…

Funny pictures about A very old hotel that has been functioning for 1296 years. Oh, and cool pics about A very old hotel that has been functioning for 1296 years. Also, A very old hotel that has been functioning for 1296 years.

The building here titled "Ebisu East Gallery" in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is a combination of modern contemporary architecture and brutalism.

Very interesting concept.The building here titled "Ebisu East Gallery" in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is a combination of modern contemporary architecture and brutalism.

The World’s thinnest house at four feet wide.

World's Thinnest House: Keret House by Jakub Szczesny

Keret House by Jakub Szczesny is the World’s thinnest house at four feet wide. This is so smart. if only we could build an entire complex of tiny houses for tiny budgets. haha but only if you don't have claustrophobia ayaya

Ftown Building - Miyagino-ku, Sendai, Japan;  designed by Atelier Hitoshi Abe:  photo by Daici Ano

Ftown Building / Atelier Hitoshi Abe

F-Town Building, Sendai, Japan (Atelier Hitoshi Abe Architecture)

The famous crossing in Shibuya of Tokyo shows the perfect example of all direction pedestrian crossing, making transporting pedestrians across different blocks more efficiently, and allows free flow throughout.   W10 - City Conditions and Strategies

101 things to do in Shibuya

Your Daily Escape: Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building  lσvє ▓▒░ ♥ #bluedivagal, bluedivadesigns.w...

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Building in Shinjuku, Japan

Reverse Destiny Lofts: designed by  Arakawa and Gins in 2005, this small apartment block in the Tokyo suburb of Mitaka resembles an indoor playground for toddlers, but was created as a challenge to older adults

Tokyo's Reverse Destiny lofts

Shusaku Arakawa designed an apartment complex for Mitaka Tokyo

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