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Tokyo, Kyoto & Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Tour Oct 2009

edited August 2009 in notices
<p><i><b><span style="font-size: larger;">Tokyo, Kyoto & Frank Lloyd Wright

Architecture Tour

October 2009</span></b></i></p>

Tokyo is a city where you will find some of the

world's most unique and fascinating architecture

set in an eclectic mix of ancient and modern east

and west. This tour will provide an excellent

snapshot of amazing Tokyo and it's remarkable


A 9 day experience that offers visits to some of

Tokyo's newest contemporary buildings, fine

classic buildings as well as famous and not so

famous architecture and design galleries.

This is not just the typical sight seeing tour, but a

definitive display of Japanese architectural

expression that also affords the opportunity to

meet with local Japanese architects and share

a Japanese dining experience with them.

Departing daily from Tokyo's historic Nihonbashi

district, the tour will visit significant buildings,

galleries and other interesting tourist spots

across the vibrant metropolis. Places and sights

such as Prada Building (Herzog and de

Meuron), Japan National Art Museum

(Kurokawa), Mikimoto 2 Building (Toyo Ito),

Omotesando Hills (Ando), 21-21 Design Site

(Ando) and GA Gallery.</p>

Conducted and guided by Architect and former

resident of Japan, Robert Day, the tour will also

include several days in Kyoto visiting some of

the historic and famous Japanese Temples and

Gardens with day trips also to Meiji-Mura and

Hyogo to visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial

Hotel and Yamamura House. For more

information contact robert AT</p>
<p><a href="">Tokyo Architecture Tour Oct 09.pdf</a></p>
<p><a href="">Last year's tour diary</a></p>
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