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R7 Demand For Urban Spaces

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  • 1. How much does 1m 2 of living space cost in Tokyo? ?
  • 2. In fact, 1m 2 costs a massive £1000!
    • Why do you think that this is?
    • What is the reason that a typical flat in Tokyo is only 40m 2 and that does include living, eating and washing space- eeek!
    • In 2007 the population of Tokyo was 12.8 million (this is a mega-city as it has more than 10 million people)
  • 3. Why has this happened?
    • Tokyo is a global city (What do you think this means?)
    • Many Japanese companies moved their HQ to the city to be close to government and other companies…
    • Japanese culture values face-to-face interaction (with businesses too)
    • Planners are encouraging growth by allowing the development of the ‘hub’ cities in the Greater Tokyo area
  • 4. This is the central area of tokyo – see how built up this entire area is! So what will happen in the future?
  • 5. Alice city in tokyo
    • Named after Alice in Wonderland, this is an underground city comprising of underground spaces for living, with roads, shopping malls, work places and open areas for leisure!
  • 6. Why are living spaces in demand?