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Tokyo by Kyoichi Tsuzuki
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Feb 04, 10

it was amazing
bookshelves: stays-with-me, japan, non-fiction-coffee-table
Read in March, 2002 , read count: 3

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 complaint is about the binding of the book. It falls apart after the first leafing-through.
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