Yet Another Tiny Gem, Tamagosenbei in Second Life

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You know, if I set out to try and uncover a tiny gem of a build every week I’d fail. That’s how things work. If it seems I’m blogging about one regularly it’s pure luck – so we’ll hope my luck continues.

Today’s “gem” proves that it’s possible for somebody to show us everything they love about living in urban Tokyo, and do it on 4,000 sq m.

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I don’t know how it’s feasible to wind up with nooks & crannies in such a small space, but they managed.

You’ll find an underground club, a karaoke bar (up the back stairs next to a Shinto shrine), and a theatre showing anime.

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There are multiple vignettes around a tiny intersection, an apartment belonging to a young urban party person, street games and places to eat.

The buildings host big screens showing commercials, and you’re surrounded by noise and lights.

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One of my favourite little corners of this small, but complex, build is the public washroom. I didn’t go in – but I peeked. :)

Go visit Tamagosenbei and you may fall in love with it as well.

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  1. We are so happy to read your blog! Thank you for stopping by!

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