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Japanese Architecture Tour
Architecture Walking Guide in Japan, Far East Asia – Exclusive Architects Walks tailor made for Groups
post updated 1 Feb 2020
Japan Architecture Tour
Japan Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks
Our Japanese guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking, we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Japan are all exclusive to each client.
We suggest two days in Tokyo, one day in Kyoto and another day in the area around the capital, such as Yokohama. However we can also provide bespoke tours that last only a morning or afternoon in the capital city seeing the major new buildings by Ando, Ito, SANAA, Kuma, Maki and Herzog & de Meuron.
Should you be planning an office trip, a conference, or university trip in the Far East please contact us and we would be happy to take your booking.
These architectural walks are available currently.
Please contact us for information on architecture walks in Tokyo or other Japanese cities – isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk.
As well as dynamic contemporay designs Japan is also home to three Frank Lloyd Wright buildings!
Your architectural tour can provide an excellent snapshot of the remarkable architecture of amazing Tokyo and historic Kyoto.
Japan is a country of great contrast with architecture that is an eclectic mix of ancient and modern, east and west.
Tokyo is a dynamic metropolis where you will find some of the world’s most unique and fascinating architecture.
Kyoto is a city steeped in tradition with an abundance of ancient temples, shrines and gardens scattered throughout a bustling modern city.
All Tokyo Architecture photos © Robert Day
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Building Designs
Chichu Art Museum, Naoshima, Kagawa
Architect: Tadao Ando
Chichu Art Museum
Japanese Building – full list of projects
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