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Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Nara, Awaji Island, Himeji, Kanazawa, Naoshima (Setouchi Art Festival), Hiroshima, Fukuoka

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    latest adventures coming soon...

    Brian Butterfield
    Aug 17, '10 1:12 AM EST

    Naoshima + The Inland Sea: Setouchi International Art Festival, Ando, SANAA, Turrell, de Maria, Lee Ufan, and others...

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    Hiroshima: Tange, Peace Park + Museum, and A-Bomb Domb.

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    Kitakyushu: Isozaki, Monorails, and pasta heads

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    Fukuoka: Rossi, Ambasz, Nexus World Housing, Jerde's Canal City (Pink Deathstar Post Modernism at its hideous best), street food and other adventures...

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