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Updated: January 24, 2019

Roots of Tokyo

You can be inside the cool historical buildings that actually existed in Tokyo from Edo period to the end of the war. It feels nostalgic and up-to-date at the same time. Let’s travel to the roots of Tokyo and forget the time.


Looking into a narrow alley. What a charm!


There are more than just houses inside this park. This is an umbrella shop. “Welcome to our shop! May I help you?” Let’s pretend to be a shop owner.


There is a great sento, Japanese public bath, at the end of this street. Today I’m in traditional carpenter work wear. I wish I could take a bath here.


Detail Infomation

  • PLACE: Edo-Tokyo Open-Air Architectural Museum
    3-7-1 Sakuracho Koganei-shi Tokyo (inside Koganei Park)
  • MODEL: Margarita/Gabriel M
  • PHOTOGRAPHER: Mitsuaki Koshizuka
  • CLOTHING: Kapuki/Edoichibantai