Kengo Kuma


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Kengo Kuma is a renowned Japanese architect known for his minimalist designs and their innovative use of natural materials.

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In the glitzy neighbourhood of Omotesando just a few blocks east of the station, one particular street corner manages to induce a prominent gaze from passersby far better than the surrounding luxury stores that populate the area.
Located in front of Kaminari-mon Gate, the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center is one of the biggest tourist information centers in Tokyo. It has a number of facilities, provides all kinds of information and the staff is unbelievably kind and friendly.
by Lee Tan
La Kagu is a lifestyle store featuring a cafe, a boutique and a lecture space.
Making use of 2,000 pieces of wood batons, the interior of Starbucks Dazaifu is literally cocooned by a weave of cedar wood. This amazingly beautiful Starbucks café was designed by none other than world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma.
At the Ginza kabuki theater, Kabukiza, fans of theatre and traditional Japanese culture can enjoy performances of kabuki at Japan's most famous theatre.
Tokyo Nezu Museum & Garden: In May, the season of iris and fresh green, the museum holds a special exhibition of Ogata Korin’s Iris and Suzuki Kiitsu’s Mountain Stream.
The Fujiya Ginzan is a modern architectural accomplishment in a centuries old ryokan, breathing new life into a traditionally luxurious Inn far away from everything.