This little kitchen on wheels was discovered in a niche in Akasaka Mitsuke, Tokyo, colonising the entry ramp of a carpark at lunch time.
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This little laboratory of Tokyo phenomena seems to have it all. At first glance the orange pole supporting the mirror on the left appears to have been struck by a car and left in it’s altered shape,
Street furniture in Tokyo is really quite diverse and not always bolted down, the personalised bus stops and street interfaces remind us of the ‘urban interior’ often discussed but rarely practiced in Melbourne.