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  • Meijie Meijie

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour it was an amazing trip in gereral. Ive heard of the biulding long time ago and always wanted to come and see. The building is not open to the public usually and this trip seems like the only way to get in to the building. I met a group of people with different cultural background but out of the same interest in the building and our guide Yuka was very nice and knowledgeable. It would be even better if we can visit a few more rooms!

  • Agnes Agnes

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour Amazing to see the capsule tower from the inside. I'm so happy that I found this tour. One of the best thing I did on my trip.

  • Jerry Jerry

    Join a Unique Ginza Architecture Tour

    Join a Unique Ginza Architecture Tour This tour is a great way to see and learn about special buildings around Ginza, including some hidden gems which you may not find yourself. Having had very little exposure to architecture before, I think I can see structures in a different way after experiencing this tour.

  • Fiona Fiona

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour Loved this tour of the amazing Nakagin CapsuleTower! If you’re an architecture nut then don’t miss Japan’s only built example of a metabolist capsule tower! Yuka was very knowledgeable, kind and a wonderful guide. Plenty if time to take photos and ask questions. Highly recommend :)

  • PHILIPPE PHILIPPE

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour

    Ginza Nakagin Capsule Tower Tour That there is a tour to visit an 8.2 ft x 13.1 ft small capsule apartment in the Nakagin Capsule Tower near the Ginza neighborhood is a tetstament to the degree to which this building has become emblematic in today's ultra modern Tokyo. I myself have been photographing it from the outside since 1986, and was delighted to finally get a peek inside one of the capsules. Like many others, I am very fond of this building, so I am sad to see it in a state of disrepair and, worse, threatened of demolition. The time to visit is now! Our guide Yuka was very knowledgeable and had a tablet on hand to illustrate her comments with diagrams and photos. The small size of the capsule made for an intimate experience for our small group of four. Yuka took photos of our group. If you have an interchangeable-lens camera, bring the lens with the widest angle of view you have!