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8. Tokyo, 2017

“I liked this about Tokyo: getting away from the chaos in an instant by sidestepping into these streets where, all of a sudden, I was practically alone; where I could gaze at ultramodern houses of glass and concrete, climb or descend stair- cases to arrive, up on high or down in cellars, in shops that I’d been informed were the most famous landmarks of the city’s eccentric and reputedly incomparable youth.” – Eric Reinhardt, Japan, 1961