10 unusual examples of Japanese architectureVika
There are many reasons why it is worth visiting Japan at least a couple of times in your life - this is both a unique culture and diverse nature, as well as the huge technological progress that the Japanese have made, and much more. But the most incredible thing in this country is revealed when you walk through the streets of its cities, large and small because Japan is distinguished by its extraordinary ultra-modern architecture. In this selection, you will see some of the most creative structures created by Japanese architects.
1. A kindergarten built around a tree.
2. Kindergarten with rainwater mini-pool.
3. Miniature residential building in Tokyo.
4. Bank Sugamo Shinkin in Kawaguchi.
5. Namba Park in the center of Osaka.
6. The Ribbon Chapel in Hiroshima.
7. Nakagin capsule tower in Tokyo.
8. Bank Sugamo Shinkin in Itabashi-Ku (Tokyo area).
9. Residential building in Tokyo.
10. Wooden gate at the railway station in Kanazawa.