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10 thoughts on “Tokyo

  1. says:

    This little book is packed with living spaces, mostly small, some even just one room with kitchen corner All feel well lived and often quite full, so I can relate lol Order with chaos There is one exception towards the end a rare pre WWII building of dark wood, very beautiful.The often seen bathroom slippers were funny And you can see the people s hobbies, passions and sometimes even work things within things like surfing, theatre, music, collecting cute stuff, making hats, etc There This little book is packed with living spaces, mostly small, some even just one room with kitchen corner All feel well lived and often quite full, so I can relate lol Order with chaos There is one exception towards the end a rare pre WWII building of dark wood, very beautiful.The often seen bathroom slippers were funny And you can se...


  2. says:

    Photography book of cluttered Tokyo apartments, illustrating messy everyday life and various approaches. Physical format despite being entirely color photographs edge to edge, Tokyo A Certain Style had a MSRP of just 13 Unfortunately, this came at the compromise of being extremely small the book could easily fit into a large pocket as it measures 6 by 4 inches In comparison to my other two photograph books on hand, Light s Moon and 100 Suns, each page has 1 4 and 1 7th the area respec Photography book of cluttered Tokyo apartments, illustrating messy everyday life and various approaches. Physical format despite being entirely color photographs edge to edge, Tokyo A Certain Style had a MSRP of just 13 Unfortunately, this came at the compromise of being extremely small the book could easily fit into a large pocket as it measures 6 by 4 inches In comparison to my other two photog...


  3. says:

    This book has been on my TBR list for a while and a dear friend gave me a copy as a gift We are both passionate about Japan This was interesting, informative and fun It s amazing how much the population of Tokyo can cram into their small apartments I love it I d fit right in because my own home is a magnet for clutter I loved seeing all their collections and clever ways of getting the most into the space that they have Surprisingly, many people even use their bathrooms for storage and go Thi...


  4. says:

    As someone who has lived most of my life in very small furnished rooms, I cherish this book Something about the apartments in this book evokes casual acceptance of a world overflowing with pop culture junk, but at the same time some of them casually keeping aloof from that world denying their interest in de...


  5. says:

    I have the original Japanese edition of this book, so I wasn t able to read all of the small paragraphs describing some of the photos, but they largely speak for themselves I m unreservedly obsessed with Japan and Japanese culture, and their famous tiny living spaces have always been high on my list of wonders I have much experience from my 20 s living in a rented roo...


  6. says:

    3.5 stars This book is primarily a collection of photographs, supported by minimal text, that shows the Tokyo living spaces of about 100 people around 1997 It makes the point that living spaces are quite small and require creative management of belongings The book is...


  7. says:

    Wohnen in Tokyo, aber nicht Technologie, Postmoderne oder Wabi und Sabi, sondern normale Zimmerlandschaften Die meisten bestehen nur aus einem Raum und vielleicht einer K che, manchmal ein Bad, die Waschmaschine auf dem Balkon oder drau en auf der Stra e Soll man eine gro e Wohnung haben, oder den Platz reduzieren eine ausgerollte Matte reicht ja zum Schlafen und seine Nachbarschaft als verl ngerte Wohnung nutzen Der Cockpit effect, wenn man alles in Griffweite hat Sakae Osugi Beauty is Wohnen in Tokyo, aber nicht Technologie, Postmoderne oder Wabi und Sabi, sondern normale Zimmerlandschaften Die meisten bestehen nur aus einem Raum und vielleicht einer K che, manchmal ein Bad, die Waschmaschine auf dem Balkon oder drau en auf der Stra e Soll man eine gro e Wohnung haben, oder den Platz reduzieren eine ausgerollte Matte reicht ja zum Schlafen und seine Nachbarschaft als verl ngerte Wohnung nutzen Der Cockpit effect, wenn man alles in Griffweite hat Sakae Osugi Beauty is to be found in disarray , das sei eine Essenz der japanischen sthetik Ein guter Ansatz, Sch nheit in dem zu finden, was einfach da ist Es ist eine Frage der Neugierde, nicht der sthetik.Die Abschnitte sind nach Wohntypen sortiert, z.B Monomaniacs von mono Dinge , Inertial Living kein Interesse an Inneneinrichtung He...


  8. says:

    My husband and I had so much fun reading this little book when I brought it home Since then, I ve read it so many times that the binding finally fell apart and I needed to order another copy The pictures are wonderful and the text is really fun and interesting I always love to get an intimate peek at how people really live in other parts of the world, especially the beautiful and fascinating country of Japan This book is really something special I ve never come across anything like it befor My husband and I had so much fun reading this little book when I brought it home Since then, I ve read it so many times that the binding finally fell ap...


  9. says:

    Almost intimate insights into cramped, cluttered, partly messy, partly well organized homes including toilets with the typical fluffy toilet only slippers in front, enriched by short written introductions to who lives there and what is his or her occupation I love it It is like being invited to visit and explore Why don t you do the next project set in the county side, Mr Tsuzuki When I pass those village dwellings in Japan, my knuckles itch from refraining to knock and look.My only complai Almost intimate insights into cramped, cluttered, partly messy, partly well organized homes including toilets with the typical fluffy toilet only slippers in front, enriched by short written introductions to who lives there and what is his or he...


  10. says:

    This little book is like an adult s version of children s I Spy books Every time I look at it, I ll see a new, interesting, and inventive approach to living and organizing your stuff amidst serious space constraints.


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Tokyo Ah, Think Of The Serene Gardens, Tatami Mats, Zen Inspired Decor, Sliding Doors, And Shoji Screens Of The Typical Japanese Home Think Again Tokyo A Certain Style, The Mini Sized Decor Book With A Difference, Shows How, For Those Living In One Of The Worlds Most Expensive And Densely Packed Metropolises, Closet Sized Apartments Stacked To The Ceiling With Gadgetry And CDs Are The Norm Photographer Kyoichi Tsuzuki Rode His Scooter All Over Tokyo Snapping Shots Of How Urban Japanese Really Live Hundreds Of Photographs Reveal The Real Tokyo Style Microapartments, Mini And Modular Everything, Rooms Filled To The Rafters With Electronics, Piles Of Books And Clothes, Clans Of Remote Controls, Collections Of Sundry Objects All Crammed Into A Space Where Every Inch Counts Tsuzuki Introduces Each Tiny Crash Pad With A Brief Text About Who Lives There, From Artists And Students To Professionals And Couples With Children His Captions To The Hundreds Of Photographs Capture The Spirit And Ingenuity Required To Live In Such Small Quarters This Fascinating, Voyeuristic Look At Modern Life Comes In A Chunky, Pocket Sized Format The Perfect Coffee Table Book For People With Really Small Apartments.