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The Free Architecture Guide of Tokyo (PDF)

Virginia Duran Blog- Tokyo Architecture Guide 2017

Japan is as amazing as everyone says, and its capital even more. I spent almost a month discovering this amazing country, its food, people and wonderful architecture. I loved Tokyo and its unique skyline and architecture. Anything interesting in terms of architecture is here. If you find any mistakes, or have any suggestions please let me know. My intention is to keep it useful. Hope you enjoy!

Download pdf here: Tokyo Architecture Guide 2020 (PDF)
Download map here: Tokyo Architecture Guide 2020

33 thoughts on “The Free Architecture Guide of Tokyo (PDF)

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        • Well, when the time comes I’ll give you amazing recommendations on where to eat and what are the coolest spots to visit 😀 It’s such an amazing country! Any other trips planned for the short term?


        • Thank you! 😀 I will definitely keep you to your word, hahah 😉 I just came back from Paris and might go to Seoul in summer, but otherwise nothing on the short term. How about you?


        • That’s so cool!Hope you ate as many crêpes as possible 😛 I have never been to Korea, looks very exciting. Over here Vienna and Tunis in the following weeks 😀

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        • Hahahah, any type of pancake gets my unconditional love. Ah, very exciting! I have never been to Vienna or Tunis either. I’m sure both of those trips are going to be great 😀


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  9. Hi! nice map!
    Although, I’ve been researching a lot for my trip to Japan lately and have found many other SANNA works you don’t have in your map. Do you know how can you send your saved places (the ones with stars) from google maps? So you can add them 🙂


    • Hi Vicente,

      I think the only way is by sending a link to your map? Maybe there’s a different way.
      I will happily add them to this map too!


    • Hi Ines! Tokyo is such a vibrant city, I am happy that you get a chance to visit 🙂
      Will you do other cities besides Tokyo?


  10. Thanx for sharing this ! I’ll be visiting Tokyo oct 3-9, I’m an architect and aspiring photographer, I would much appreciate any suggestions/recommendations!


    • Hi Sergio, Tokyo is such an exciting city 😍 If I were you, I’d check the spots in yellow of the map such as Omotesando Street and Tokyo Skytree (what a view). A little secret… the hotel in Shibuya. Have you ever been to Tokyo?


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      • i think my favourite things so far are lion classical music cafe in shibuya and koffee mameya kakeru. but regarding architecture: my favorite part is the scale of it. on my way to some well known building, i always stumble upon great random works of architecture. yesterday it was the uccj kudan church. today it was a little brutalist apartment building nestled in the corner of a massive construction site. there’s just so much. i never want to leave. but when i do in april, i am using all of your guides for my next destinations in europe. thank you thank you thank you


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