ultramarinus – beyond the sea

OMOTESANDO, Tokyo

The high street of Omotesando presents a perfect marriage of fashion and architecture.

DSC_4553Tokyu Plaza Harajuku by NAP Architects & Takenaka

DSC_4558Omotesando Hills by Tadao Ando

DSC_4278(Left to right) Omotesando Hill by Tadao Ando, Christian Dior by SANNA

DSC_4283Gyre Omotesando by MVRDV

DSC_4287Japanese Nursing Association Building by Kisho Kurokawa

DSC_4309Hugo Boss by Norihiko Dan

DSC_4321Tod’s by Toyo Ito

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERACoach by OMA

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGlass detail of Coach Building

DSC_4518Prada by Herzog & de Meuron

DSC_4400(Left to right) Cartier by Bruno Moinard, Jewels of Aoyama by Jun Mitsui

DSC_4510Collezione by Tadao Ando

DSC_4344Spiral Building by Fumihiko Maki

DSC_4351Architectural exhibition in Spiral Building

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAResting area in Spiral Building

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Read other posts on 2014 Tokyo:
1. Tokyo 2014 (Introduction)
2. Yokohama Osanbashi Pier
3. Ginza, Tokyo
4. Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
5. Omotesando, Tokyo
6. Harajuku & Aoyama, Tokyo
7. Nezu Museum, Tokyo
8. Roppongi Hills, Tokyo
9. The National Art Centre, Tokyo
10. Midtown, Tokyo
11. A Shrine in Shibuya, Tokyo
12. Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo
13. A Night in Yanaka, Tokyo
14. Breakfast at Tsukiji Market, Tokyo
15. Moveable Feast, Tokyo
16. Seasonal Fruits, Tokyo
17. Afterthought, Tokyo

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