[Re]Tokyo

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SpecificationsSKU: 90710Binding: Soft Bound ISBN: 978-1-940743-66-0 Pages: 398pp Publication Date: Fall 2018 Size: 8.66” x 9.45” Portrait World Rights: Available
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[re]TOKYO explores a wide, understanding vision of the transformative processes of one of the most influential and unknown metropolitan areas in the world, from large scale efforts such as Tokyo’s land engineering transformations, to smaller examples such as its capital vending machine system. Four hundred pages, compiling 400 years of history, are covered in this uniquely Japanese complexity of social conurbation, including more than 1,400 illustrations, diagrams, photographs, and maps in order to visually support selected themes. [re]TOKYO develops the idea of [re]definition processes to explain what, who, when, where, and why all these changes took place, concluding with a collection of the essential processes that comprehensively elaborate Tokyo’s changes – a tool to understand its history and speculate about its future as an exciting metropolis and cultural center of the world.

Jin Tiara Presents New Book: [re]Tokyo in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, at the Atlantic Center of Modern Art

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Binding

Soft Bound

ISBN

978-1-940743-66-0

Pages

398pp

Publication date

Fall 2018

Size

8.66” x 9.45” Portrait

World rights