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16 November 2018

stacked up

Asakusa in Tokyo is very popular place for tourists, although I really don't know why. This information center which looks stacked up houses stands out even in the busy commercial area of Asakusa.

This crazy idea is by Kengo Kuma ( related page is here ) who became famous after when his proposal was selected as the main stadium for 2020 Tokyo Olympic game.


This building has an information counter, galleries, a cafe, and an observation deck on the top floor. We can see seven layers outside, but it has eight floors inside.


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