Tokyo: the city at the end of the world

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Kodansha International, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 191 pages
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Examines the quality of life in Tokyo and discusses the architecture and culture of the city

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On first impression, the world's largest megalopolis is overwhelmingly ugly, confusing and jarring to the senses. Its street patterns and buildings are disharmonious; there seems to be no unity or ... Read full review

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Popham is a British journalist and author who has lived in Japan for 9 years.

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