The slick new Daikanyama T-Site complex celebrates all things analog
A night as an emperor’s neighbor needn’t break the bank for a night out
Spectacular buildings by the revered Japanese architect withstand earthquakes, defy walls and sometimes look like sponges
SANAA, the Japanese duo who just won the 2010 Pritzker Architecture Prize, are most famous for their works outside Tokyo, but four of their creations are within reach of the city center
Architects Bakoko on the ingenious design of Japanese bathrooms -- talking panels and all
A television exposé of one of Japan's thinnest dwellings
A new DVD provides a visual tour of modernist Tokyo buildings that have survived earthquakes, wars and the Japanese love of 'new'
With nearly 60 projects on the go across the world, Kuma's search for perfection is all consuming