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I took these photos while I was traveling in Tokyo in June, 2009. Before I started this work, I read "The aesthetics of Tokyo," written by Ashihara Yoshinobu. He is a legendary architect in modern Japanese architecture era. Yoshinobu mentioned the true process of construction in Tokyo has not been planned but planted. Therefore, the whole details and the process have revealed the true beauty when you gazed city in parts. I agreed with him, and those works are the result of the candid texture of the most complex, organized city in the world.