"An essential guide for everyone who wants to see this city through fresh eyes."
-- Adrian Favell, ART-iT magazine
"A fine introduction to one of the world's most glorious cityscapes."
"The ultimate guide to the best of Tokyo's buildings erected after 1990."
--David W. Marx, CNNGo
"Beautiful... a lively guide to new buildings in the capital for visitors."
"One of our favorite books of 2010."
--Stephen Mansfield, Books Page, The Japan Times
"A concise yet provocative overview... carefully researched, finely detailed, and affectionate toward its subject."
"Places a megalopolis under scrutiny to capture an era in an A5-sized format. Definitive and nimble."
"Makes Tokyo tantalizingly visceral and appealing. Inspirational for anyone that is interested in 21st century Asia and its new guiding lights."
About the Author
JULIAN WORRALL is a licensed architect, architectural and urban historian, and a widely published critic. He is currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at Waseda University in Tokyo. He writes regularly on architecture for a variety of publications.
EREZ GOLANI SOLOMON holds a Ph. D. in architecture from the University of Tokyo. He teaches urban theory and architectural design at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and at Waseda University.
Photographer JOSHUA LIEBERMAN's assignments have taken him to Dubai, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, with commissions ranging from architectural magazine editorials to luxury hotel advertising campaigns.