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'T-site' by klein dytham architecture, daikanyama, tokyo, japan

T Site bookstore by Klein Dytham architecture, Daikanyama Japan store design

Daikanyama T-Site Bookstore by   Klein Dytham Architecture

Daikanyama T-Site by Klein Dytham Architecture

T-Site / Klein Dytham Architecture

T-Site / Klein Dytham Architecture

T-SITE結合各種特色店家其中也包含了自行車出租店。(圖片來源/代官山 蔦屋書店 DAIKANYAMA T-SITE)

一人東京私旅行 從日本最美蔦屋書店開始

Now Open: Daikanyama T-Site by Klein Dytham Architecture

DAIKANYAMA TSUTAYA BOOKS

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Now Open: Daikanyama T-Site by Klein Dytham Architecture | Spoon & Tamago

Now Open: Daikanyama T-Site by Klein Dytham Architecture

Now Open: Daikanyama T-Site by Klein Dytham Architecture | Spoon & Tamago

Perhaps no country is more associated with futurism than Japan—which is why we love that one of Tokyo’s most popular gathering places is that most anachronistic, and endangered, of commercial spaces: the bookstore. In an age where the future of books (the original definition of them, that is: bound pieces of paper printed with words) can seem at times uncertain, there’s something unexpectedly moving about Daikanyama T-Site, a 46,285-square-foot mega-bookstore that encourages patrons to…

Perhaps no country is more associated with futurism than Japan—which is why we love that one of Tokyo’s most popular gathering places is that most anachronistic, and endangered, of commercial spaces: the bookstore. In an age where the future of books (the original definition of them, that is: bound pieces of paper printed with words) can seem at times uncertain, there’s something unexpectedly moving about Daikanyama T-Site, a 46,285-square-foot mega-bookstore that encourages patrons to…

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