Monday, July 13, 2015

Tokyo - finding God

Amongst its wild crazyness Tokyo has bookshops that are as good as you will find anywhere.

Located in Tokyo's up-scale Daikanyama shopping district Tsutaya Books is nothing short of amazing. If only all bookshops could be like this. Designed by Tokyo's Klein Dytham Architecture, (the people that brought the world Pecha Kucha), Tsutaya is spread across three interlinked buildings adorned with lattices of interlocking Ts. The T stands for retail chain Tsutaya. There is something for everybody here and when tired of the browsing the books the upstairs Anjin lounge is a stunning refuge.

Finding God and Superlabo publisher Yasunori Hoki

Located in the AXIS building in Roppongi the IMA Concept Store combines gallery and photobook store. Well worth a look and for me, nice to find God here too.

The book, How Humans Made God, you can check it out on the Superlabo site HERE.

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