1. Daikanyama T-Site
Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture was responsible for the woven T-shaped facade that adorns the buildings of Daikanyama T-Site. Comprising a series of low-lying structures in the chic, leafy district of Daikanyama, T-Site is a space in which visitors can browse and buy books, music, films, stationery and more. There’s also a library, a restaurant (Ivy Place, which is great for brunch) and a pet-care service.
Daikanyama T-Site, 〒150-0033, 17-5 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; real.tsite.jp/daikanyama