Tokyo has been continuously renewing with the times.
The buildings that were built crowded together almost seem like a life form deeply rooted in the city.
Living in Tokyo, I live in symbiosis with this rigid life form.
On the other hand, the sense of community between people seems to be shifting to the Internet. A distant virtual connection may be much more important than a relationship with a neighbor across the wall. Virtual became real, and real is becoming virtual. Now the outlines of the city of Tokyo are becoming blurred.
I wonder what will Tokyo look like when we no longer need material functions. There are no entrances and no exits, only box-like structures spreading out. All activities are completed in the box, and photos, text, and traces of human consumption activities disappear from the city.
Discarding the garment of civilization that humans decorated it with, Tokyo reveals its naked form as “TOKYO NUDE”.
Is that a dystopia for us?
Is it a utopia for Tokyo?
We must confront the outlines of Tokyo, which are definitely changing.