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Names are written in the Japanese way with surname first and given name second.
The vocals â, ô und û are pronounced like long a, o und u.

A
Aalto, Alvar (architect)
abc (television station)
ABC Hall Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Abe Hiroshi (history)
Abeno Harukas (modern architecture)
Abroad, Japanese (leisure)
Abteiberg Museum (modern architecture)
ACE Headquarters (modern architecture)
Across Fukuoka (modern architecture)
ACT Tower / ACT City (modern architecture)
Adams, William (history)
Adashino-Nembutsu-ji (temple)
A.D.H. Architects (architect)
Adjimi, Morris (architect)
ADK Shôchiku Square (modern architecture)
Admirant Entrance Building (modern architecture)
Advertising (economy)
Agonshû (new religion)
Agriculture (work)
Aichi Prefecture Administrative Bldg. (architecture)
Aichi Prefectural University (education)
Aichi World Exposition EXPO 2005 (exhibition)
Aida Takefumi (architect)
Aioi Insurance Shinjuku Building (architect)
Airplane (traffic)
Airport (traffic):
Airports in Japan:
   Centrair / Nagoya
   Chitose / Sapporo
   Haneda / Tôkyô
   Itami / Ôsaka
   Kansai / Ôsaka
   Narita / Tôkyô
Aizen-myôô (iconography)
Aizu-Wakamatsu (city)
Ajinomoto (Japanese concern)
Akama-jingû (shrine)
Akan National Park (landscape)
Akarenga Creative Space (modern architecture)
Akarenga Culture Center (contemporary architecture)
Akasaka (Tôkyô)
Akasaka Palace (contemporary architecture)
Akasaka Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Akashi-kaikyô (bridge)
Akechidaira Plateau (Nikkô)
Akihabara (Tôkyô)
Akihabara Crossfield (modern architecture)
Akihabara Daibiru (modern architecture)
Akihabara UDX (modern architecture)
Akihito, Emperor (emperor's familiy)
Akishino, Prince (emperor's family)
Akita (city)
Akiyoshi-dô (cave)
Alcohol (food & drinks)
All Souls´Day (annual festivals)
Allianz Tower Milano (modern architecture)
Alsop, Will (modern architecture)
Alto B (modern architecture)
AM / PM (convenience store)
ama = woman diver
Amakusa Shirô (history)
Ama-no-hashidate (landscape)
Amaryllis (flower)
Ambasz, Emilio (architect)
Ambidex Head Office Building (modern architecture)
Ambiente Showroom (modern architecture)
Ambulance (work)
American Football (sports)
Amerika-mura (Ôsaka)
amida nyorai = Amida Buddha
Amlux, Toyota Auto Salon (modern architecture)
Amtsgericht Tempelhof-Kreuzberg (modern architecture)
Amulet (lucky charme)
Amusement Park (leisure)
ANA Hotel Tokyo (modern architecture)
Andô Izumi (artist)
Andô Tadao (architect)
Andreu, Paul (architect)
Android - Receptionist, traditional (robot)
Android - Receptionist, modern (robot)
Angelo Tarlazzi House (modern architecture)
Angler (leasure)
Animal Deities (iconography)
Annual Customs & Festivals
Antenna (telecommunication)
Antoku Emporer (history)
Ao Building (modern architecture)
Aoi-matsuri (festival)
Aoki Jun (architect)
Aomori (city)
Aoshima Sekkei (architect)
Aoyama (Tôkyô)
Aoyama Ao Building (modern architecture)
Aoyama-dôri (Akasaka/Tôkyô)
Aoyama-dôri (Aoyama/Tôkyô)
Aoyama-gakuin-daigaku (university)
Aoyama Showroom / Miele Center (modern architecture)
Aoyama Technical College (modern architecture)
Aoyama Twin Towers (Tôkyô)
A.P.C. Building (modern architecture)
APITA (shopping centre)
Appel, Karel (artist)
Aqua Line Bridge = Tôkyô Wan Aqua-Line
Aquarium, Nagoya Port (leisure)
Aquarium Kaiyûkan, Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Arai Chiaki (architect)
Ara-kawa (river)
Araki Kôhei (architect)
Arashiyama (Kyôto)
Arborescene (artwork)
Arch Bridge (bridge)
Architect 5 Partnership (architect)
Architects, Foreign (modern architecture)
Architects, Japanese ( modern architecture)
Architecture
Architecture, Modern
ARK Clinica Dentistica (modern architecture)
Ark Hills (modern architekcure)
Ark Hills Mori Tower (modern architecture)
Armani Ginza Tower (modern architecture)
ARS Gallery (modern architecture)
Art Plaza 1000 (modern architecture)
Art Plaza 1000 Sentagaya (moderne architecture)
Art Tower Mito (modern architecture)
ARTE Yokohama (modern architecture)
Arts, Martial
Arts, Performing
Arts & Crafts
Asaba Design Studio (modern architecture)
Asada Takashi (architect)
Asahi Bank, former (banking house)
Asahi Beer Azumabashi Building (modern architecture)
Asahi Beer Headquarters (modern architecture)
Asahi-Shinbun (publishing houses)
Asahi Super Dry Hall (modern architecture)
Asahi-TV (Tôkyô)
Asahi-kawa (river)
Asaka, Kichizô (architect)
Asakusa (Tôkyô)
Asakusa Culture Tourist Information (modern architecture)
Asakusa-jinja (shrine)
Asakusa-kannon (temple)
Asano Dental Clinic (modern architecture)
Asanuma Corporation (architectural office)
Ashihara Taro (architect)
Ashihara Yoshinobu (architect)
Ashikaga shoguns (history)
Ashikaga Takauji (history)
Ashikaga Yoshimasa (history)
Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (history)
Ashi-no-kô (lake)
Aso-san (mountain)
Asô Tarô (prime minister)
Asuka (landscape)
Asuka-dera (temple)
Asuka period (history)
Atago Green Hills / Mori Tower (modern architecture)
Atago Green Hills / Forest Tower (modern architecture)
Atami (city)
Atelier at Tomigaya (modern architecture)
Atelier KAN (architect)
Atelier U (architect)
Atomic Bomb Dome (Hiroshima)
Atomic Bomb Museum Nagasaki (modern architecture)
Atomic Bomb Victims, Peace Memorial Hall (modern architecture)
Atsushi Kitagawara (architect)
Atsuta-jingû (shrine)
AUDI Forum Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Australian Embassy (Tôkyô)
Austrian Embassy (Berlin)
Autumn (season)
Autumn, early (season)
Autumn, late (season)
AXS Satow Inc. (architect)
Ayukawa Tôru (architect)
Azabu (Tôkyô)
Azabu Edge (modern architecture)
Azabu-jûban (Tôkyô)
Azalea Blossom (season)
Azuchi (city)
Azuchi-jô (castle)
Azuchi-Momoyama Period (history)
Azuma-bashi (bridge)
Azuma Takamitsu (architect)
Azumabashi Building (modern architecture)
Azusa Sekkei (architect)

B
Babies (society)
Baelz, Erwin (history)
Bag Lady (society)
Bahntower Berlin (modern architecture)
Baisôin Temple (modern architecture)
Bamboo (nature)
Bamboo Aesthetic (bamboo)
Bamboo Building Material (bamboo)
Bamboo Cutting Ceremony (festival)
Bamboo Decoration (bamboo)
Bamboo Flute (tradional instruments)
Bamboo Forest (bamboo)
Bamboo Pavilion / EXPO 2007 (bamboo)
Bamboo Shoots / Sprouts (bamboo)
Bamboo Types (bamboo)
Ban Shigeru (architect)
Bandô - prisoner-of-war camp (history)
Bank Bill (finances)
Bank Counter (banking house)

Bank, Daiichi- (contemporary architecture)
Bank, Daiichi-Kangyô- Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
Bank, Daiichi-Kangyô- Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Bank, Hokkoku- (contemporaray architecture)
Bank Note (finances)
Bank of Japan (banking house)
Bank of Japan / Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Bank of Japan / Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Bank of Tokyo, Congress Center (contemporary architecture)
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi (banking house)
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ (banking house)
Bank of Yokohama (banking house)
Bank of Yokohama, old (contemporary architecture)
Bank, Shizuoka (contemporary architecture)
Banking Houses
Banryû Shônin (Matsumoto)
Barcelona Pavilion (modern architecture)
Baseball (sports)
Bashô, Matsuo = Matsu Bashô (poet)
Bath House (custom & tradition)
Bath, Private (custom & tradition)
Bath, Public (custom & tradition)
Bathroom / Toilet (custom & tradition)
Bathtub (custom & tradition)
Battle of Dannoura (history)
Battle of Sekigahara (history)
Battledore Market (Tôkyô festival)
Bauhaus Archive Berlin (modern architecture)
Bauhaus Building Dessau (modern architecture)
Beach (leisure)
Beam (modern architecture)
Beckham, David (advertising)
Beckham, Victoria (advertising)
Beef (supermarket)
Beer (food)
Beggars´Procession (festival)
Bellini, Mario (architect)
Benesse House Museum (modern architecture)
Beppu (city)
Berlin Stock Exchange (modern architecture)
Berliner Volksbank at Potdamer Platz (modern architecture)
Berrick Hall (contemporary architecture)
Bic Camera (consumption)
Bicycle (traffic)
Big Egg (modern architecture)
Big Sight, Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Big Swan Stadium Niigata (modern architecture)
BIS Administration Building (modern architecture)
biwa = 4-strings lute
Biwa-ko (lake)
Biwako Ôtsukan (contemporary architecture)
Biwa-no-taki (waterfall)
Blanchet, Philippe (architect)
Bliah, Richard (architect)
Block of Flats (living)
B-Lock Kitayama (modern architecture)
Bluff (Yokohama)
Böckmann, Wilhelm (architect)
Bodies of Water (nature)
Boeri, Stefano (architect)
Boeri Studio (architectural office)
Böhm, Dominikus (architect)
Böhm, Gottfried (architect)
Böhm, Paul (architect)
Bofill, Ricardo (architect)
Boissonade Tower (university)
Bon (festival)
Bonjour Tristesse (modern architecture)
Bonnefanten Museum (modern architecture)
Bonsai (art)
Bootblack (work)
Boeri, Stefano (architect)
Boeri Stefano (architectural office)
Bosco Vertikale (modern architecture)
Botta, Mario (architect)
Bourdelle, Antoine (artist)
Bourgeois, Louise (artist)
Boutique (consumption)
Boutique, International (consumption)
Brad Pitt (advertising)
Brain Surgeon (work)
Brancusi Rhapsody (art work)
Brass Band (senior high-school students)
Bride & Groom (wedding)
Bridge, Aqua Line (architecture)
Bridge, Arch (architecture)
Bridge, Brocade Sash (architecture)
Bridge, Holy (architecture)
Bridge, Inland Sea (architecture)
Bridge, Rainbow (architecture)
Bridge, Spectacles (architecture)
Bridge, Stone (architecture)
Bridge, Straits (architecture)
Bridge, Suspension (architecture)
Bridge, Wooden (architecture)
Bridge, Vine (architecture)
Bridge, Yodoyabashi (contemporary architecture)
Bridgens, R.P. (architect)
Bridges (architecture)
Bridgestone (company)
Broadcasting Center TV Asahi (modern architecture)
Brocade Carp (tradition)
Brocade Sash Bridge (architecture)
Bronze Gong (Traditional Instruments)
Bronze Lantern (Japan Image)
Brook (bodies of water)
Brown Memorial Chapel (contemporary architecture)
Brummack, Heinrich (artist)
Brunton, Richard Henry (architect)
Buckminster Fuller, Richard (architect)
Buckminster Fuller Dome (modern architecture)
Buddha (iconography)
Buddha Amida (iconography)
Buddha Dainichi (iconography)
Buddha, Great (Nara)
Buddha, Great (Kamakura)
Buddha, Stone (Usuki)
Bugaku (court dance)
Building Industry
Building Site (building industry)
Building Worker (building industry)

Bull (iconography)

Bullet Train (traffic)
Bunkamura (modern architecture)
Bunkyô Civic Center (modern architecture)
Bunraku (puppet theater)
Bunraku National Theatre (modern architecture)
Buren, Daniel (artist)
Burial Site (customs & traditions)
Bus (traffic)
bushi = samurai
buttô = pagoda
B.Y. House (modern architecture)
Byôdô-in (temple)
Byôdo-in Museum / Hôshôkan (modern architecture)

C
Cab = Taxi (traffic)
Café (food)
Caixa Forum Barcelona (modern architecture)
Calder, Alexander (artist)
Call Boy = male hostess
Calligraphy (art)
Callison Design (modern architecture)
Cambridge Seven Associates (architectural office)
Camellia (forestry)
Camellia flowers (seasons)
Camii Mosque (architecture)
Camphor tree (forestry)
Canal City Hakata (modern architecture)
Canal Shinshiba-unga (Tôkyô)
Canal Takahama-nishi-unga (Tôkyô)
Canon (company)
Canon S Tower (modern architecture)
Capsule Tower (modern architecture)
Car (traffic)
Car Accident (traffic)
Car Ferry (traffic)
Car Blessing (traffic)
Car Loading (transport)
Car Park (traffic)
Car Sale (traffic)
Car Transporter (transport)

Cardboard Collector (work)
Cardboard Box, Living in a (living)
Cargo Ship (transport)
Carmel (modern architecture)
Carneval (Duesseldorf)
Carp = koi
Carp Castle / Hiroshima (castle)
Carp Streamer = koinobori (annual customs)
Cartier Aoyama Building (modern architecture)
Cartier Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Carton Collector (work)
Casai Hideki (architect)
Castle (architecture)
Cat (iconography)
Cat (pet)
Catering (transport)
Cats Eyes (architecture)
Cathedral of Kagoshima (modern architecture)
Catherine Deneuve (advertising)
Cave Akiyoshi-dô (Hagi)
CDI = Creative Designers International (architect)
Cedar (forestry)
Cellular Phone (telecommunication)
Celtis / hackberries (forestry)
Cement Factory (transport)
Cement Mixer Transporter (transport)
Cemetery (customs & traditions)
Centennial Hall, Friends School (modern architecture)
Centennial Hall, TIT (modern architecture)
Centrair Airport (traffic)
Central Japan International Airport = Centrair
Central Library Ulm (modern architecture)
Central Mosque Cologne (modern architecture)
Central Park Shinjuku (Tôkyô)
Central Park Tower / La Tour Shinjuku (modern architecture)
Central Public Hall (contemporary architecture)
Central Station Kôichi (modern architecture)
Central Station Kyôto (modern architecture)
Central Station Nagoya (modern architecture)
Central Station Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Centre Pompidou Metz (modern architecture)
Centro Città Commercial Area (modern architecture)
Century Tower (modern architecture)
Cerulean Tower (modern architecture)
chadô = way of tea
Chalabi Architects (architectural office)
Chanel Ginza Bldg. (modern architecture)
chanoyu = tea ceremony
Chapel of the Meiji-gakuin University (contemporary architecture)
chatei = tea garden
Checkpoint Charly, House at (modern architecture)
Chemetov, Paul (architect)
Chermayeff, Peter (architect)
Cherry Blossom Dance (dance)
Cherry Blossoms (season)
Child doll = osana-ningyô
Children (society)
Children's Castle (modern architecture)
Children's Day (annual festival)
Children's Forest (modern architecture)
Chinatown (Kôbe)
Chinatown (Nagasaki)
Chinatown (Yokohama)
Chion-in (temple)
Chipperfield, David (architect)
chitei = stroll garden
Chitose Airport (traffic)
chôchin = paper lantern
Chôgen Shunjôbô (priest)
Chôkaso (modern architecture)
chôkoku = art of carving
Chôrakukan (contemporary architecture)
Chôshô-ji (temple)
Choueke Residence (contemporary architecture)
Christi Auferstehung Church Cologne (contemporary architecture)
Christian Dior Ginza Bldg. (modern architecture)
Christian Dior Omotesandô Bldg. (modern architecture)
Christian Martyrs Monument (Nagasaki)
Christianity in Japan (history)
Chrystal Tower (modern architecture)
Chûbu-kokusai-kûkô = Centrair Airport
Chûjô Seiichirô (architect)
Chûkyô University (education)
Chûô Mitsui Trust & Banking (banking house)
Chûô Odori FN Building (modern architecture)
Chûô-ôhashi (bridge)
Churches in Japan:
   Hiroshima - World Peace Memorial Church
   Kagoshima - Cathedral of / St. Francis Xavier Memorial
   Kamakura - Kamakura Church
   Kyôto - Holly Annunciation Cathedral
   Kyôto - Nihon Christ Kyôdan Gokomachi
   Kyôto - Parish Anglican Church of Japan
   Kyôto - St. Agnes Church
   Nagasaki - Oura Catholic Church
   Nagasaki - St. Philip Church
   Nagasaki - Urakami Church
   Tôkyô - Church of Christ
   Tôkyô - Oncho Reformed Church in Japan
   Tôkyô - Meiji-Gakuin, Chapel of
   Tôkyô - Nikolai Cathedral
   Tôkyô - Seigakuin Girls`School, Chapel of
   Tôkyô - St. Andrew's Church
   Tôkyô - St. Anselm's Priory
   Tôkyô - St. Mary´s Cathedral
   Tôkyô - Takanawa Catholic Church
  
Tsuwano - Catholic Church
   Toyohashi - Haristos Orthodox Church
   Yokohama - Christ Church
   Yokohama - Church of the Sacred Heart
   Yokohama - Kaigan Church
   Yokohama - Shiro Church
Chûson-jî (temple)
Chûzen-ji (temple)
Chûzenji-ko (lake)
Ciel Rouge Creation (architect)
Circle K (convenience store)
Cities, Portraits of
City Bus (traffic)
City Hall Kanô-chô (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Kurashiki (modern architecture)
City Hall Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Nagoya (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Naoshima (modern architecture)
City Hall Nakanoshima (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Ôsaka (modern architecture)
City Hall Shizuoka (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Tôkyô (modern architecture)
City Hall Toyota (modern architecture)
City Hall Toyohashi (contemporary architecture)
City Hall Yokohama (contemporary architecture)
City Life Milano Hadid Residental Complex (modern architecture)
City Life Milano Libeskind Residental Complex (modern architecture)
City of Justice Barcelona (modern architecture)
City Plaza Ôsaka (modern architecture)
City Tower Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Civic Hall Yatsushiro (modern architecture)
Civil Engineering (construction)
Claar, Florian (artist)
Clark, William (university)
Clarke Memorial Hall (contemporary architecture)
Cleaning Jobs (work)
Clogs, Japanese wooden (clothes)
Clothes Shop (consumption)
Clouds (nature)
Coach (traffic)
Cocue (modern architecture)
Codan Shinonome 1 (modern architecture)
Codan Shinonome 2 (modern architecture)
Coelacanth Architects (architecture office)
Coffee (food)
Coin Box (Shintô)
Cologne Central Mosque (modern architecture)

Colorium / Media Harbour Duesseldorf (modern architecture)
Comme des Garcons (modern architecture)
Commerzbank Tower (modern architecture)
Commuter Train (traffic)
Conder, Josiah (architect)
Condom Shop (consumption)
Confucius, sculpture of (temple)
Conservatory (architecture)
Construction Industry
Construction Site (building industry)
Construction Worker (building industry)
Consumption (society)
Container Terminal (transport)
Container Transporter (transportation)
Contemporary Art (arts & crafts)
Contemporary Architecture (architecture)
Contribution Box (Shintô)
Convenience Store (consumption)
Convention Center "Big Sight" (modern architecture)
Convention Centre Dublin (modern architecture)
Convivion (modern architecture)
Coop Himmelb(l)au (architectural office)
Coredo Nihonbashi (modern architecture)
Cormorant fishing (customs & traditions)
Coucher, John Franklin (university)
Courier Service (transport)
Court Bldg., Supreme (modern architecture)
Craft Center Kyôto (modern architecture)
Cragg, Tony (artist)
Cranes Factory (modern architecture)
Creative Designers International = CDI (architect)
Creative Space Akarenga (modern architecture)
Crow`s Castle (Okayama)
Crown Plaza Hotel Metropolitan (Tôkyô)
Cubes (modern architecture)
Currency = Yen
Customs & Traditions

D
dagakki = percussion instrument
Daiba (Tôkyô)
daibutsu = great image of Buddha
  » daibutsu in Gifu
  » daibutsu in Kamakura
  » daibutsu in Nagoya
  » daibutsu in Nara
Daien-ji (temple)
Daigo-ji (temple)
Daiichi Bank, former (contemporary architecture)
Daiichi Hotel Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Daiichi-Kangyô-Bank Tôkyô (modern architecture)

Daiichi-Kangyô Bank Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
Daiichi Kôbô Associates (architect)
Daiichi Mutual Life Insurance Bank (contemporary architecture)
Daiichi-Nochu-Gebäude (contemporary architecture)
Daikaku-ji (temple)
Daikanyama (Tôkyô)
Daikanyama T-Site (modern architecture)
Daily Yamazaki (convenience store)
Daimaru Department Store Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Daimler Chrysler Quartier (modern architecture)
dainichi nyorai = Dainichi Buddha
Daio Wasabi Farm
Daisen-in (garden)
Daisen-Oki National Park (landscape)
Dai-Tôkyô Fire & Marine Insurance (modern architecture)
Daitôku-ji (temple)
Daiwa Bank, former (banking house)
Daiya-gawa (river)
Daiyû-in (Nikkô)
Dances (performing art)
Dannoura, Battle of (history)
Darmstadtium (modern architecture)
Daruma (new year)
Daruma-dera (garden)
Daruma-dera (temple)
Daruma Doll (lucky charme)
Date Masamune (feudal lord)
Day Labourer (work)
De ai (art)
De Beers Ginza (modern architecture)
De Citadel (modern architecture)
De Kunstlinie (modern architecture)
De Lalande, George (architect)
De Portzamparc, Christian (architect)
Deacon, Richard (artist)
Debis Headquarters Building Berlin (modern architecture)
Dejima (Nagasaki)
Demon (customs)
Dendô-in (contemporary architecture)
Deneuve, Catherine (advertising)
Dental Clinic Asano (modern architecture)
Dental Clinic Nishina (modern architecture)
Dentist (work)
Denton Corker Marshall (architect)
Dentsu (company)
Dentsu Building in Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Dentsu Building in Shiodome (modern architecture)
Dentsu Building in Tsukiji (modern architecture)
Department Store (consumption)
Department Stores in Japan:
  
Mito - Marui Department Store
   Ôsaka - Daimaru Department Store
   Ôsaka - Sôgo Department Store
   Tachikawa - Isetan Department Store
   Tôkyô - Hankyû & Seibu Department Store
   Tôkyô - Mitsukoshi Department Store
   Tôkyô - Wako Department Store
Department Stores in Tôkyô (Tôkyô)
design deutschland 2006 (trade fair)
Deva King (iconography)
Devil (customs)
Devine Word Seminary Chapel (contemporary architecture)
D-Hotel Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Dinkeloo, John (architect)
Diogene (modern architecture)
Dior Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Dior Omotesandô Building (modern architecture)
DN Building 21 (contemporary architecture)
Docks (transport)
Doctor (work)
Dog (pet)
Dôgo-onsen (Matsuyama)
Dôjima-gawa (river)
Dolce & Gabbana Aoyama (modern architecture)
Doll (arts & crafts)
Doll, Ichimatsu (arts & crafts)
Doll, Boy´s Day (arts & crafts)
Doll, Imperial Palace (arts & crafts)
Doll, Kimono (arts & crafts)
Doll, Children`s Customs (arts & crafts)
Doll, Child (arts & crafts)
Doll, Kokeshi (arts & crafts)
Doll, Girl´s Festival (arts & crafts)
Doll, Nô (arts & crafts)
Doll, Oyama (arts & crafts)
Doll, Paper (arts & crafts)
Doll, Samurai (arts & crafts)
Doll Museum Yokohama (modern architecture)
Doll´s Festival (annual festival)
Domestic Animals (traditions)
Doorman, Hotel (work)
Doric (modern architecture)
Dôshisha-daigaku (university)
Dôshisha University (education)
Dôshisha University Chapel (contemporary architecture)
Dôshisha University Clarke Memorial Hall (architecture)
Dôshisha University Harris Science Hall (architecture)
Dôshisha University Shôeikan (contemporary architecture)
Dôshisha University Yûshûkan (contemporary architecture)
Double Pipe Flute (traditional instruments)
Doutor Coffee (food)
Dragon (iconography)
Dragon Flute (traditional instruments)
Dragon Well (iconography)
Drugstore (consumption)
Drum (instrument)
Dry-Landscape Garden (architecture)
Dubufett, Jean (artist)
Duesseldorf, Japanese in
Dummy (department store)
Dunes of Nakatajima (landscape)
Dunes of Tottori (landscape)
Dustman (work)
Dyeworks (arts & crafts)
DZ Bank Building Berlin (modern architecture)

E
Earthtecture Sub 1 (modern architecture)
East Asian Art, Museum of (modern architecture)
Ebihara Ichirô (architect)
Ebisu (Tôkyô)
Ebisu Garden Place (Tôkyô)
Ebisu Garden Place Tower (modern architecture)
Ebisu Prime Square Tower (modern architecture)
Ebisu-jinja (shrine)
ECB (modern architecture)
Echizen-Ôno (city)
Echizen-Ôno-jô (castle)
Economy
Economy, Ministry of (politics)
Edo-gawa (river)
Edoken Office Building (modern architecture)
Edo Period (history)
Edo-Tôkyô Museum (modern architecture)
Education
Eel Bed (modern architecture)
Egg of Wind (modern architecture)
Ehrisman Residence Yokohama (contemporary architecture)
Eihei-ji (temple)
Eisenman, Peter (architect)
Eitai-hashi (bridge)
Elder People (society)
Election Campaign (politics)
Electric Town = Akihabara (Tôkyô)
Electrical Shop (consumption)
Elementary School Students (education)
Elephant (iconography)
ema = votive tablet
Embassy Australia (Tôkyô)
Embassy Austria (Berlin)
Embassy Canada (Tôkyô)
Embassy Egypt (Tôkyô)
Embassy France (Berlin)
Embassy Spain (Tôkyô)
Embassy United States (Tôkyô)
Emperor (history)
Emperor Akihito (history)
Emporer Antoku (history)
Emperor Meiji (history)
Emporer Mutsuhito = Emperor Meiji
Emperor Sutoku (Kotohira City)
Empress Michiko (history)
Employee (work)
Ende, Hermann (architect)
Endô Arata (architect)
Endô Ôto (architect)
Endô Shûhei (architect)
Energy Production (technology)
Engaku-ji (temple)
enoki = celtis / hackberries
Enoshima Island (landscape)
Entertainments District (leisure)
Enryaku-ji (temple)
Equestrian sculpture (samurai)
e-terrace (modern architecture)
Ethnology, National Museum of (modern architecture)
Eto, Leonard (music)
Eumeria (modern architecture)
European Central Bank (modern architecture)
EXPO 70 Ôsaka Commemoration Park (Ôsaka)
EXPO 70 Ôsaka Commemoration Park / Rest house (architecture)
EXPO 2000 Hanover / Japan Pavilion (modern architecture)
EXPO 2005 Nagakute (exhibition)
EXPO 2005 Nagakute / Spain Pavilion (modern archirecture)
EXPO 2015 Milano / Japan Pavilion (modern architecture)
EXPO 2015 Milano / United Arab Emirates Pavillon (architecture)
Expressway (Tôkyô)
Expressway (traffic)

F
Fabre, Jan (artist)
Face House (modern architecture)
Fafnir Dragon II (art work)
Familiar Inc. Building (contemporary architecture)
Family (society)
Family Mart (convenience store)
Fan (paper art)
Farmer, Rice (work)
Farmhouses (landscapes)
Fashion Community 109 (modern architecture)
Fast Train (traffic)
Fastfood (food)
F-Building in Aoyama (modern architecture)
Federer, Roger (advertising)
Ferris University (contemporary architecture)
Ferris Wheel (leisure)
Ferry Boat (traffic)
Ferry Terminal Nagasaki (modern architecture)
Ferry Terminal Yokohama (modern architecture)
Fertility, Festival for (festivals & rites)
Festival of the Ages (festivals & rites)
Festivals & Rites
Filling Station (traffic)
Finance
Finance Ministry (politics)
Findlay, Kathryn (architect)
Fire Brigade (work)
Fire Festival (festival)
Fire Works (festival)
First Hills Iidabashi (modern architecture)
Fishmarket (consumption)
Fishmarket Tsukiji (Tôkyô)
Fisher, Frederik (architect)
Fisherman / Fishing (work)
Fishing, Cormorant (Gifu)
Flag, National of Japan (Japan Images)
Flea Market (consumption)
Flower (flora + fauna)
Flower Arrangement (traditional art)
Flower-Viewing Party (season)
Flute, Bamboo (traditional instruments)
Flute, Double Pipe (traditional instruments)
Flute, Dragon (traditional instrument)
Flute, Transvers (traditional instrument)
F.O.B. Association (architect)
Food Supply (transport)
Foreign Countries, Japanese in
Foreign Ministry (politics)
Foreign Settlement "Bluff" (Yokohama City)
Foreign Settlement "Kitano Ijin-kan" (Kôbe City)
Foreigners´Cemetery (Yokohama City)
Forest (nature)
Forest of Fog (modern architecture)
Forestry (nature)
Fortune Teller (work)
Foster, Jody (advertising)
Foster, Norman (architect)
Fox (iconography)
Fragment No. 5 (art)
Francisco de Xavier (history)
Francisco Zúñiga (artist)
Franco-Japonais Institut de Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Franco-Japonais Institut du Kansai (contemporary architecture)
Frankfurt Museum for Modern Art (modern architecture)
Frankfurt Trade Fair Hall No. 3 (modern architecture)
Free Time (leisure)
Free University Berlin / rust backet (modern architecture)
Free University / The brain (modern architecture)

French Embassy in Germany (modern architecture)
Friends School (modern architecture)
Friends School Centennial Hall (modern architecture)
Frighter (transport)
From First Building (modern architecture)
Fruits (food)
Fruits (fauna + flora)
Fuel Supply (transportation)
fugu = globefish
Fuji Building 40 (modern architecture)
Fuji Film (company)
Fuji, Mount (landscape)
Fuji, Mount - aesthetic views (landscape)
Fuji, Mount - climbing up (landscape)
Fuji, Mount - climbing down (landscape)
Fuji, Mount - volcanic crater (landscape)
Fuji-musume (kabuki)
Fuji-san (mountain)
Fuji-Sankei Building (modern architecture)
Fuji TV (publishing house)
Fujimoto Sou (architect)
Fûjin (iconography)
Fujiya Building Yokohama (contemporary architecture)
Fujiyama = Fuji-san (landscape)
Fukoku Seimei Building (modern architecture)
Fuksas, Massimiliano (architect)
Fukuchi-in (temple)
Fukuda Shigeyoshi (architect)
Fukuda Tokuzô (university)
Fukuhara Ginza (modern architecture)
Fukui (city)
Fukuoka (city)
Fukuoka Bank, HQ (modern architecture)
Fukuoka City Bank (modern architecture)
Fukuoka City Akarenga Culture Center (modern architecture)
Fukuoka International Congress Center (modern architecture)
Fukuoka Prefecture, Old Public Hall (contemporary architecture)
Fukuoka Tower (modern architecture)
Fukushima (city)

Fukuyama-jô (castle)
Fumita Akihito (architect)
Funakoshi Tôru (architect)
Funda-in (temple)
Furano (city)
furo = private bath
Furuichi Tetsuo (architect)
Furukawa Garden (Tôkyô)
Furukawa Toranosuke Villa (contemporary architecture)
fûryoku = wind power
Fushimi-inari-jinja (shrine)
Futami-ga-ura (landscape)
Futa-omote-dôjôji (kabuki)
Futarasan-Chûgûshi-jinja (shrine)
Futarasan-jinja (shrine)

futon = bedding; bedclothes

G
GA Gallery (modern architecture)
Gabellini, Michael (interior designer)
Gagaku (performing arts)
gaka = painting
Gakugei Shuppansha (modern architecture)
gaikokujin bochi = foreigners´cemetery
Gallaratese Housing Complex (modern architecture)
Gambling (leisure)
Game (custom & tradition)
Game Center (gambling)
GAMO Nagoya (modern architecture)
Gantai (artist)
Gandhara (Buddha)
Gangô-ji (temple)
Garbage Disposal (work)
Garbage Man (work)
Garden (architecture)
Garden of Fine Arts (modern architecture)
Gardener (work)
Gardiner, James Mc Donald (architect)
Gas Station (traffic)
Gas Station Attendant (traffic)
Gate City Ôsaki (modern architecture)
Gate Tower Building (modern architecture)
GC Nagoya Building (modern architecture)
GCA Ono Building (modern architecture)
Gehry, Frank (architect)
Gehry Buildings Düsseldorf (modern architecture)
Geibun-kan (modern architecture)
Geihin-kan (contemporary architecture)
Geisha / Geiko (Kyôto)
gengakki = plucked instrument
Gensler, Arthur (architect)
Genzken, Isa (artist)
Geodesic dome (architecture)
German Advertising Media
German Companies in Japan
German Historical Museum / annex (modern architecture)
German Products in Japan
geta = Japanese wooden clogs
Gherkin, The (modern architecture)
Gifu (city)
Gifu Kitagata Apartments (modern architecture)
Gifu City Library (modern architecture)
Gigaku (performing arts)
Ginkgo (forestry)
Ginkaku-ji (dry landscape garden)
Ginkaku-ji (stroll garden)
Ginkaku-ji (temple)
Ginza (Tôkyô)
Ginza Place (modern architecture)
Gion Higashi (entertainment district / Kyôto)
Gion Kôbu (entertainment district / Kyôto)

Gion (Kyôto)
Gionkaku (contemporary architecture)
Gion-matsuri (festival)
Girl´s festival = hina-matsuri
Girl´s festival doll = hina-ningyô
GKK - Gendai Keikaku Architects (architect)
Global Gate Duesseldorf (modern architecture)
Globefish (food)
Go (custom & tradition)
Goertz, Juergen (artist)
Goethe Institut Kyôto (modern architecture)
Gogatsu-ningyô (doll)
Gokoku-ji (temple)
Gokoku-jinja (shrine)
Golden Pavilion (temple)
Golden Pavilion (garden)
Golf (sports)
Gongoro-matsuri (festival)
Gormley, Antony (artist)
Goryô-kaku (castle)
Gosho = Imperial Palace (Kyôto)
Gosho-ningyô (doll)
Gotanda (Tôkyô)
Gotenshita Memorial Arena (modern architecture)
Government Bldg. Shiga Prefecture (contemporary architecture)
Government Office District (Tôkyô)
Gran Tokyo North Tower (modern architecture)
Grand Common Shinagawa (Tôkyô)
Grand InterContinental Hotel Yokohama (modern architecture)
Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka (modern architecture)
Granit, Michael (architect)
Granpark Heights (modern architecture)
Granpark Tower (modern architecture)
Granship Convention Art Center (modern architecture)
Grasses (fauna + flora)
Grave (cemetery)
Grave, Company's (custom & tradition)
Graves, Michael (architect)
Gravestone (cemetery)
Graveyard (customs & traditions)

Great Buddha (Gifu)
Great Buddha (Nagoya)
Great Buddha (Nara)
Great Buddha (Kamakura)
Greco, Emilio (artist)
Green, Daniel C. (architect)
Grimshaw, Nicholas (architect)
Gropius, Walter (architect)
Guardian Deity (iconography)
Gueydan, Henry (architect)
gunjin kaikan = soldiers`s hall

H
Hadaka-matsuri (festival)
Hadid, Zaha (architect)
Hagi (city)
Hagi-jô (castle)
Hagoita-ichi (Tôkyô festival)
haka = grave / tomb
Hakata (city)
Hakata-ningyô (doll)
Hakodate (city)
Hakone (city)
Hakone Hotel (modern architecture)
Hakone-jinja (shrine)
Hakone National Park (landscape)
Hakone Open-Air Museum (Hakone)
Hakone Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Hamamatsu (city)
Hamana-ko (lake)
Hamarikyû-onshiteien (stroll garden)
Hamilton Place, Issey Miyake (modern architecture)
Hamlet (modern architecture)
hana = flower
hanabi = fire works
Hanae Mori Aoyama Building (modern architecture)
hanafuda = flower cards
hanami = flower viewing
hanashôbu = iris flower
Haneda Airport (traffic)
Haneda Airport / Terminal 2 (modern architecture)
Hankyû Building (contemporary architecture)
Hankyû & Seibu Department Store (modern architecture)

Hansaviertel, Apartment Building (modern architecture)
Hansell, Alexander N. (architect)
Hans Otto Theater Potsdam (modern architecture)
Happô-en (stroll garden)
Hara Hiroshi (architect)
Hara Zaishô (artist)
Harajuku (Tôkyô)
Harajuku Kindergarten (modern architecture)
Harajuku - visual schock
Harbour (transport)
Haring, Keith (artist)
Haris Science Hall / Dôshisha University (contemp. architecture)
Haristos Orthodox Church Kyoto (church)
Haristos Orthodox Church Toyohashi (church)
Harris, Townsend (history)
Harris Science Hall (contemporary architecture)
Harumi Island Triton Square (modern architecture)
Harumi Terminal (modern architecture)
Hasebe Eikichi (architect)
Hase-dera (temple)
Hasegawa Itsuko (architect)
Hasekura Tsunenaga (Sendai)
hasu = lotus
Hatchô Miso Company Ltd. (production)
hatsumôde = first shrine visit in the new year
Hawley, Christine (architect)
Hayakawa Kunihiko (architect)
Hayashi Gôzô (architect)
Hayashi Shôji (architect)
Head Post Offic Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Health Ministry (politics)
Hearn, Lafcadio (author)
Heavy Industry (economy)
Heian-jingû (shrine)
Heian-jingû (contemporary architecture)
Heian-jôgakuin (contemporary architecture)
Heian Period (history)
Heijô-kyô palace (Nara)
Heisei Period (history)
Hejduk, John (architect)
Henry Moore (artist)
HEP Five (modern architecture)
Hermes Ginza (modern architecture)
Herzog & de Meuron (architect)
Heusken, Henry / grave of (Tôkyô)
hhstyle.com (modern architecture)
hhstyle.com / casa (modern architecture)
Hibiya (Tôkyô)
Hibiya Central Building (modern architecture)
Hibiya Park (Tôkyô)
Hibiya Kôkaidô (contemporary architecture)
Hibiya Kokusai Building (modern architecture)
Hibiya Public Hall (contemporary architecture)
hichiriki = double pipe flute
Hidaka Yutaka (architect)
Hida-Kokubun-ji (temple)
Hida-no-sato (Takayama)
Hideyoshi = Toyotomi Hideyoshi
Hie-jinja (Hiyoshi-taisha (shrine)
Hiei-zan (mountain)
higanbana = Amaryllis
Higashi-hongan-ji (temple)
Higashiyama Sky Tower (modern architecture)
High-Rise Buildings (construction industry)
High-Rise Buildings (Tôkyô)
High School Students (education)
High-Speed Train (traffic)
Highway Bus (traffic)
Hiko-Mizuno Jewelry College (modern architecture)
Hikone (city)
Hikone-jô (castle)
Hillside House (modern architecture)
Hillside Terrace (modern architecture)
Hillside West (modern architecture)
Hilltop Hotel (contemporary architecture)
Hilton Plaza Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Himeji (city)
Himeji-jô (castle)
Himeiji City Health + Welfare Center (modern architecture)
Himeiji City Piping Worker's Center (modern architecture)
Himeji Museum of Literature (modern architecture)
Himeji Museum of Literature II (modern architecture)
Hina-matsuri (festival)
Hina-ningyô (doll)
Hindel, Max (architect)
Hinin-gyôretsu (festival)
Hirabayashi Kingo (architect)
Hirai Seijirô (architect)
Hiraizumi (city)
Hirakura Naoko (architect)
Hirosaki (city)
Hirosaki-jô (castle)
Hiroshima (city)
Hiroshima Green Arena (modern architecture)
Hiroshima Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Hiroshima-jô (castle)
History of Japan
Hitachi (company)
Hitotsubashi-daigaku (university)
Hiyoshi-taisha (shrine)
Hiyuki-no-taki (waterfall)
Hôichi, earless (legend)
Hôjô Hossô Garden (garden)
Hokkaidô (landscape)
Hokkaidô-daigaku (university)
Hokkoku-ginkô (bank)
Hôkoku-ji (temple)
Hôkoku-jinja (shrine)
Holl, Steven (architect)
Hollein, Hans (architect)
Holocaust Memorial Berlin (modern architecture)
Holly Annunciation Cathedral Kyôto (architecture)
Hollyhock Festival = aoi matsuri
Holy Bridge (Nikkô)
Home decor  (customs & traditions)

Homeless (society)
Honda (company)
Honda Tadakatsu (history)
Hongan-ji Tsumara Betsu-in (modern architecture)
Hongû = Kumano-sanzan (landscape)
Hônno-ji (temple)
Honô-daiko (music)
Hopkins, Michael (architect)
Horiike Hideto (architect)
Hôrin-ji (garden)
Hôrin-ji (temple)
Horiuchi Color (modern architecture)
Horiuchi Toshiko MacAdam (artist)
Horse (iconography)
Hôryû-ji (temple)
Hôryû-ji, Gallery for Treasures of (modern architecture)
Hosaka Yôichirô (architect)
Hôsei-daigaku (university)
Hôsei University (modern architecture)
Hoshigaoka Terrace (modern architecture)
Hoshi-matsuri (festival)
Hôshôkan / Byôdo-in Museum (modern architecture)
Hosogawa Collection / Eiseibunko Gallery (modern architecture)
Hosomi Museum (modern architecture)
hostess (entertainment district)
hosuto = hostess
Hot Spring (bodies of water)
Hot Spring (customs & traditions)
Hotakubo Housing (modern architecture)
Hotel Doorman (work)
Hotels in Japan:
   Barcelona- Porta Fira (modern architecture)
   Fukuoka - Hyatt Regency / Sphinx Center
   Fukuoka - Hotel Il Palazzo
   Hakone - Hakone Hotel
   Hakone - Hakone Prince Hotel
   Hiroshima - Oriental Hotel
   Kawasaki - Hotel The Crane
   Kôbe - Meriken Park Oriental Hotel
   Kurashiki - Hotel International
   Kyôto - Miyako Hotel
   Kyôto Hotel Okura
   Kyôto - Takaragaike Prince Hotel
   Ôsaka - D-Hotel
   Ôsaka - Hotel Ilmonte
   Ôsaka - Hotel Liberty
   Ôsaka - Hotel Nikko Kansai Airport
   Ôsaka - Seagull Temposan
   Tôkyô - Akasaka Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - ANA Hotel Tokyo
   Tôkyô - Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel
   Tôkyô - Crown Plaza Hotel Metropolitan
   Tôkyô - Daiichi Hotel
   Tôkyô - Hilltop Hotel
   Tôkyô - Keio Plaza Inter-Continental
   Tôkyô - Le Meridien Pacific Hotel
   Tôkyô - New Takanawa Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - Nikko Hotel
   Tôkyô - Nishi-Shinjuku Hotel
   Tôkyô - Ôkura Hotel
   Tôkyô - Palace Hotel
   Tôkyô - Prince Park Tower
   Tôkyô - Roppingi Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - Shinagawa Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - Sofitel Hotel
   Tôkyô - Sunshine City Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - Takanawa Prince Hotel
   Tôkyô - Tokyo Dome Hotel
   Tôkyô - Washington Hotel Shinjuku
   Tôkyô - Yamanoue Hotel
   Yokohama - Grand InterContinental Hotel
   Yokohama - New Grand Hotel
   Yokohama - Washington Hotel Sakuragichô
Hotels in Tôkyô (Tôkyô)
House 1032 (modern architecture)
House 5302 (modern architecture)
House at a bus stop in Seijô (modern architecture)
House at a crossroad in Seijô (modern architecture)
House Building (construction industry)
House in-between in Seijô (modern architecture)
House in Kamakura No. 2 (modern architecture)
House Lützowplatz in Berlin (modern architecture)
Houshiary, Shirazeh (artist)
Hufeisensiedlung (contemporary architecture)
Humax Pavilion Shibuya (modern architecture)
Hundertwasser, Friedensreich (architect and artist)
Hundertwasser House Plochingen (contemporary architecture)
Hundred Yen Shop (100-Yen Shop)
Hyôkeikan Museum (contemporary architecture)

I

IBA
International Building Exhibition Berlin 1957
:

IBA 1957 - Alvar Aalto

IBA 1957 - Walter Gropius
IBA 1957 - Oscar Niemeyer
IBA 1957 - Max Taut


IBA International Building Exhibition Berlin 1987:

IBA 1984 - Will Alsop
IBA 1984 - Mario Botta
IBA 1984 - Zaha Hadid
IBA 1986 - Isozaki Arata


IBA 1957 - Max Taut (IBA architect)
ICC Kyôto (modern architecture)
Iceberg (modern architecture)
Ichibankan (modern architecture)
Ichigôkan "House No. 1" (contemporary architecture)
Ichikawa Ennosuke III (kabuki)
Ichikudô Building (modern architecture)
Ichimaru Manjirô II (kabuki)
Ichimatsu-ningyô (doll)
ichô = gingko
Ichiriki-chaya (Kyôto)
Ichiriki-tei (Kyôto)
Ichirô = Suzuki Ichirô (baseball)
Iconography
Ideura Kôsuke (architect)
Ieyasu = Tokugawa Ieyasu (history)
Ifbot (robot)
Ii Naomasu (lord of the castle)
Ii Naosuke (lord of the castle)
Iida Yoshihiko (architect)
Iidabashi First Building (modern architecture)
Iidabashi Subway Station (modern architecture)
Ikebana (traditional arts)
Ikebukuro (Tôkyô)
Ikenobo Headquarters (modern architecture)
I-Land Tower Yokohama (modern architecture)
Il Palazzo, Hotel (modern architecture)
Imabari (city)
Imabari-jô (castle)
Imahie-jingû (shrine)
Imai Kenji (architect)
Imai Tetsuya (architect)
Imamura Masaki (architect)
Imax Kino Berlin (modern architecture)
Imazato Takashi (architect)
Imoto Atsushi (artist)
Imperial Hotel (modern architecture)
Imperial Hotel, Old (contemporary architecture)
Imperial Museum (contemporary architecture)
Imperial Palace (Kyôto)
Imperial Palace (Nara)
Imperial Palace (Tôkyô)
Imperial Palace Outer Garden (Tôkyô)
Imperial Theater (modern architecture)
Inamori Auditorium (modern architecture)
Incense Burner = kôro
Indiana, Robert (artist)
Industrial Bank of Japan (modern architecture)
Industry, Heavy (economy)
Ining`23 (modern architecture)
Inland Sea (landscape)
Inland Sea Bridge (architecture)
Inland Sea National Park (landscape)
Inô Tadataka (history)
Inokuma Genichirô (artist)
Institut Franco-Japonais de Tôkyô (contemp. architecture)
Institut Franco-Japonais du KansaI (contemp. architecture)
Instrument, traditional (performing art)
Inter-City (traffic)
International Conference Center Kyôto (modern architecture)
International Congress Center Fukuoka (modern architecture)
International Forum (modern architecture)
International Library of Children`s Literature (architecture)
Interviewer (work)
Inui Kumiko (architect)
Inuyama (city)
Inuyama-jô (castle)
Inuyama-matsuri (festival)
Ippen Shônin (history)
Irie Keiichi (architect)
Irie Miyake (architect)
Iris flower (shrine)
Isar Office Park (modern architecture)
Ise-daijingû (shrine)
Isemoku Honsha Building (modern architecture)
Ise Shima National Park (landscape)
Isetan, Department Store (Tachikawa)
ishi-bashi = stone bridge

Ishibutai stone chamber (Asuka)
ishi-dôrô = stone lantern
Ishii Kazuhiro (architect)
Ishikawa Modern Literature Museum (contemporary architecture)
Ishiyama-dera (temple)
Ishiyama Osamu (architect)
Islam (religion)
Isozaki Arata (architect)
Itagaki Taisuke (politician)
Itami Airport (traffic)
Itami Jun (architect)
Itariyard (modern architecture)
Itô (city)
Itô Chûta (architect)
Itô Heizaemon (architect)
Itô Hiroyuki (architect)
Itô Kisaburô (architect)
Itô Toyoo / Ito Toyo (architect)
Itsukushima-jinja (shrine)
Iwaki-san (mountain)
Iwakuni (city)
Iwasaki Villa (contemporary architecture)
Iwamoto Hiroyuki (architect)
Iwamoto Roku (architect)
Iwashita Matsuo (architect)
Iwate-san (mountain)
Iya no kazura-bashi (bridge)
Iyo Bank (banking house)
Izu Peninsula (landscape)
Izue Kan (architect)
Izumi Garden Tower (modern architecture)
Izumo no Okuni (history)
Izumo-taisha (shrine)

J
Jack Tower (contemporary architecture)
Jacques Chirac in Japan (Expo 2005)

Jahn, Helmut (architect)
Jakkô-in (temple)
JAL (company)
JAL Resort Sea Hawk Hotel Fukuoka (modern architecture)
Jamii Mosque (architectue)
Japan Airlines (company)
Japan Images
Japan Pavilion / Expo 2000 (modern architecture)

Japan Post Tower (modern architecture)
Japan, Sea of (landscape)
Japan Times (publishing house)
Japan Times Nifco Building (modern architecture)
Japan Ukiyoe Museum (modern architecture)
Japanese architecture in Germany (modern architecture)
Japanese in overseas (leisure)
Japanese Nursing Association Building (modern architecture)
Jeans Shop (consumption)
Jerde, John A. (architect)
Jerde Partnership (architect)
Jidai-fuzoku-ningyô (doll)
Jidai-matsuri (festival)
jidensha = bicycle
jiin = temple
Jikokuten (iconography)
Jinbo-chô (Tôkyô)
jingû = shrine
Jingûmae (Tôkyô)
jinja = shrine
jinrikisha = rickshaw
Jirô Ôsaragi Memorial Museum (modern architecture)
Jiyû Gakuen Myônichikan (contemporary architecture)
Jizô-bosatsu (iconography)
Jizô-dôri (Tôkyô)
Jôchi-ji (temple)
Jody Foster (advertising)
Jômon Period (history)
Joule A (modern architecture)
joya no kane = new years bell
JR Central Station Kyôto (modern architecture)
JR Central Station Towers Nagoya (modern architecture)
JR East Japan, headquarters (modern architecture)
JR Yamanote Line (rail traffic)
Junior High School Student (education)
Justice, Ministry of (politics)
Justice, Ministry of (contemporary architecture)
Juwels of Aoyama (modern architecture)

K
Kabuki (theatre)
Kabuki-chô District (Tôkyô)
Kabuki-chô Building (modern architecture)
Kabuki Theatre Minamiza (Kyôto)
Kabuki Theatre Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Kabuki-za / Kabuki Theatre Tôkyô (contemporaray architecture)
Kachidoki-bashi (bridge)
kadô = art of flower arrangement
kadomatsu = new year´s decoration pines
kagami-mochi = new year´s mochi
Kagawa Prefectural Government Hall (modern architecture)
Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium (modern architecture)
Kagoshima (city)
Kagoshima Prefecture, Museum of Culture (modern architecture)
Kagura (sacred music & dance)
Kahn, Oliver (advertising)
kaiawase = shell game
Kaichi School (Matsumoto)
Kaikyô Yume Tower (modern architecture)
Kairaku-en (garden)
kaiten-zushi = rotating sushi
Kaiyûkan Ôsaka Aquarium (modern architecture)
Kajima Corporation / Kajima Design (architect)
kakashi = scarecrow
Kakegawa (city)
kaki = persimmon
Kamakura (city)
Kamakura Literary Museum (contemporary architecture)
Kamakura Museum of Modern Art (modern architecture)
Kamakura Period (history)
Kameyama-jô (castle)
Kamezaki-shioi-matsuri (festival)
kamifûsen = paper balloon
Kamigamo-jinja (shrine)
Kamikaze Pilot (shrine)
Kaminoyama (city)
Kaminoyama-jô (castle)
Kamiya Itsuo (architect)
Kamo-gawa (river)
Kan Izue Building / Seaside Momochi (modern architecture)
Kan Naoto (prime minister)
Kanagawa Concert Hall & Library (modern architecture)
Kanagawa Prefecture, Administration (mod. architcture)
Kanagawa Prefecture, Government (mod. architecture)
Kanamachi (Tôkyô)
Kanamori Nagachika (history)
Kanazawa (city)
Kanazawa Citizen's Art Center (modern architecture)
Kanazawa 21st Century Museum of Art (mod. architecture)
Kanazawa Tamagawa Library (modern architecture)
Kanda (Tôkyô)
Kanda-gawa (river)
Kanden Building (modern architecture)
Kanei-ji (temple)
Kaneko Jun (artist)
Kaneko Fumiko (architect)
Kanematsu Auditorium (university)
Kanematsu Building (modern architecture)
kankôsen = sightseeing boat
Kanmon-kaikyô (bridge)
Kannai Hall (modern architecture)
Kannon-ji (modern architecture)
Kanô-chô City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Kanô Eigaku (artist)
Kanô Tan'yû (artist)
Kansai Airport Hotel Nikko (modern architecture)
Kansai International Airport (traffic)
Kanzaki-gawa (river)
kappa = water sprite
Kappabashi (Tôkyô)
Kara-hashi (bridge)
Karaoke (leisure)
Karate (martial arts)
kare-san-sui = dry-landscape garden
Kariyazaki Shôgo (artist)
Kastor and Pollux (modern architecture)
Kasuga Park (Nara)
Kasuga-taisha (shrine)
Kasumiga-jô (castle)
Kasumigaseki District (Tôkyô)
Kasumigaseki Building (modern architecture)
Kataoka Nizaemon XV (kabuki)
Kataoka Yasushi (architect)
Katase Kazuo (artist)
Katayama Tôkuma (architect)
Katô Kiyomasa (lord of the castle)
Katô Kunio (architect)
Katsura-rikyû (garden)
Kawaguchi Michimasa (architect)
Kawai Kôzô (contemporary architecture)
Kawakuba Rei (architect)
Kawamoto Ryôichi (architect)
Kawamura Hidehiko (artist)
Kawara-dera (temple)
Kawasaki (city)
Kawasaki Bank, former (contemporary architecture)
Kawasaki-daishi (temple)
Kawasaki Heavy Industries (multinational group)
Kawasaki Kiyoshi (architect)
Kawashô Restaurant (contemporary architecture)
Kazamidori House (contemporary architecture)
kazura-bashi = vine suspension bridge
KDDI (company)
KDDI Building (Tôkyô)
Kegon-no-taki (waterfall)
Keihan Station Uji (modern architecture)
Keio-daigaku (university)
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (Hotel)
Keiô University, New Library (modern architecture)
Keiô University, Old library (modern architecture)
Keiyû-Byôin Hospital (modern architecture)
kekkon = marriage
Kenchiku Design Studio (architect)
Kenchû-ji (temple)
Kendô (martial art)
Kenkyû-en (garden)
Kennin-ji (temple)
Kenroku-en (garden)
Kentucky Fried Chicken (food)
Kiba Park (Tôkyô)
Kijima Yasufumi (architect)
Kikkawa Hiroyoshi (lord of the castle)
Kikutake Kiyonori (architect)
Kimono (clothes)
Kimura Takeo (architect)
Kimura Tokusaburô (architect)
King and Queen (artwork)
King Tower (contemporary architecture)
Kinjô-gakuin-daigaku (university)
Kinkaku-ji (garden)
Kinka-zan (mountain)
Kinoshita Masujirô (architect)
Kinpô-san (mountain)
Kintai-kyô (bridge)
Kinuta Terrace (modern architecture)
Kiosk (station)
Kirin Plaza (modern architecture)
Kiryû Mitsuru (architect)
Kishi Warô (architect)
Kishida Hideto (architect)
Kishô Kurokawa Building (modern architecture)
kissaten = Café
Kitagawara Atsushi (architect)
Kitakami-gawa / Hiraizumi (river)
Kitakami-gawa / Morioka (river)
Kitakyûshû (city)
Kitakyûshû International Conference Center (architecture)
Kitano Ijin-kan (Kôbe City)
Kitano Shunji (architect)
Kitano-tenman-gû (shrine)
Kitayama Kô (architect)
Kitayama Kôjiro (architect)
Kite (paper art)
Kite-Flying Battle (festival)
Kitô Azusa (architect)
kitsune = fox
Kiyomizu-dera (temple)
Kiyosu (city)
Kiyosu-bashi (bridge)
Kiyosu-jô (castle)
Klangfeld No. 3 for Alina (art)
Klein Dytham (architect)
K-Museum (modern architecture)
Kô Yoshirô (architect)
kôban = police box
Kobayashi Masatsu (architect)

Kôbe (city)
Kôbe Crystal Tower (modern architecture)
Kôbe Meriken Park Oriental Hotel (modern architecture)
Kôbe Muslim Mosque (architecture)
Kôbe-ôhashi (bridge)
Kôbe Port Tower (city)
Kôbe Wing Stadion (soccer)
Kôbo Daishi (history)
Kobori Tameo (architect)
Kôbu-kaburenjô (Kyôto City)
Kôchi (city)
Kôchi-jô (castle)
Kôdai-ji (garden)
Kôdai-ji (temple)
kodomo-no-hi = children`s day
Kodomo-no-shiro (modern architecture)
Kôfu (city)
Kôfûen 1986 (modern architecture)
Kôfu-jô (castle)
Kôfuku-ji (temple)
Kôfun Period (history)
Kôgakuin-daigaku (university)
Koolhaas, Rem (architect)
Kohn Pedersen Fox (architect)
koi = carp
koinobori = carp streamer
Koizumi Junichirô (history)
Koizumi Lighting Theater (modern architecture)
Koizumi Sangyô (modern architecture)
Koizumi Yakumo (history)
Kokugikan Hall (modern architecture)
Kokura (city)
koma = spinning top
Komagata-bashi (bridge)
Komiyama Akira (architect)
Kômokuten (iconography)
Kompira-daigongen (shrine)
Konpira-san (shrine)
Komyô-ji (garden)
Kongôbu-ji (temple)
Kôrai-bashi (bridge)
Kôraku-en (garden)
Kôrin-ji (temple)
kôro = incense burner
Kôsei Securities (modern architecture)
koto = 13-strings long zither
Kotohira (city)
Kotohira-gû (shrine)
Kototoi-bashi (bridge)
Kôun-ji Temple (modern architecture)
Kôya, Mount (landscape)
Koyama Hisao (architect)
Kreuzberg Tower (modern architecture)
Kubach-Wilmsen Foundation (modern architecture)
kudamono = fruits
Kujôyama Water Purification Plant (contemporary architecture)
Kûkai = Kôbo Daishi
Kuma Kengo (architect)
Kumamoto (city)
Kumamoto City Museum (modern architecture)
Kumamoto-jô (castle)
Kumamoto-kita Police Station (modern architecture)
Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Kumamoto Prefectural Theater (modern architecture)
Kumano-Hongo-taisha (shrine)
Kumano-sanzan (landscape)
Kume Sekkei (architect)
Kunitachi House (modern architecture)
Kunsthalle Würth (modern architecture)
Kurama (Kyôto)
Kuramae-bashi (bridge)
Kuramata Shirô (architect)
Kurashiki (city)
Kurashiki City Hall (modern architecture)
Kurashiki Hotel International (modern architecture)
Kurashiki Ivy Square (modern architecture)
Kurashiki Museum of Art & Culture (modern architecture)
Kurokawa Kishô (architect)
Kurozuka (kabuki)
Kuru Masamichi (architect)
Kûryû Akira (architect)
Kusabachô Church (modern architecture)
Kusama Yayoi (contemporary art)
Kushiro (city)
kusunoki = camphor tree
Kuwana (city)
Kuwana-jô (castle)
Kuwait Embassy (Tôkyô)
kyôdai = Kyôto University
Kyôgen (Nô farce)
Kyôkanoko-musume-dôjôji (kabuki)
Kyôto (city)
Kyôto City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Kyôto College of Art (modern architecture)
Kyôto Concert Hall (modern architecture)
Kyôto Craft Center (modern architecture)
Kyôto-daigaku (university)
Kyôto Hall (modern architecture)
Kyôto Hotel Okura (modern architecture)
Kyôto International Conference Center (modern architecture)
Kyôto Museum / Annex (contemporary architecture)
Kyôto National Museum (contemporary architecture)
Kyôto Notre Dame Daigaku (university)
Kyôto Parish Anglican Church (contemporary architecture)
Kyôto Prefectural Office (modern architecture)
Kyôto Prefectural Office, Former (contemp. architecture)
Kyôto JR Railway Station (modern architecture)
Kyôto Takaragaike Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Kyôto Tower (contemporary architecture)
Kyôto University (education)
Kyôto University of Art & Design (education)
Kyôto-University / School of Architecture (contemporary architecture)
Kyûbei Kiyomizu (artist)
Kyûdô (martial arts)
Kyû-Furukawa-teien (contemporary architecture)
Kyû-Omotegoten-Tokushima (garden)
Kyû-Yokohama-ginkô (contemporary architecture)


L
La Cittadella (modern architecture)
La Collezione (modern architecture)
La Croix (modern architecture)
La Defense (modern architecture)
Lafcadio Hearn (history)
Lake (bodies of water)
Lake Ashi (landscapes)
Lake Biwa (landscapes)
Lampion (paper art)
Landmark Tower (modern architecture)
Landscape garden, dry (architecture)
Landscaper (work)
Landscapes (travel destinations)
Langen Foundation (modern architecture)
Lantern (Japan Images)
Lanvin Boutique Ginza (modern architecture)
Lapena José Antonio Martinez (architect)
Larsen, Henning (architect)
Lavatory (custom & tradition)
Lawson (convenience store)
Le Corbusier (architect)
Le Meridien Pacific Hotel (Tôkyô)
Lee Ufan Museum (modern architecture)
Léger, Fernand (artist)
Leisure Time
Leonard Eto (musician)
Lettersten, Felipe (artist)
Libermann, Alexander (artist)
Liberty Tower / Meiji University (modern architecture)
Libeskind, Daniel (architect)
Library / Nakanoshima (architecture)
Library / Rikkyô University (modern architecture)
Lichtenstein, Roy (artist)
Lin, Michael (artist)
Living - City
Living - Province
Living - Cardboard Box
Living Room (living)
Lloyd's Building (modern architecture)
Local Train (traffic)
Logging (forestry)
Loire, Gabriel (artist)
Lolita look (society)
Lorry (transport industry)
Lottery (gambling)
Lotus (flower)
Louis Vuitton Ginza Matsuya (modern architecture)
Louis Vuitton Ginza Namiki (modern architecture)
Louis Vuitton Nagoya (modern architecture)
Louis Vuitton Omotesandô (modern architecture)
Louis Vuitton Roppongi Hills (modern architecture)
LOVE (art)
Low tide festival of Kamezaki (festivals + rites)
Lucent Tower (modern architecture)
Lucky charm (customs & traditions)
Lucky Gods, Seven (iconography)
Luepertz, Markus (artist)
Lute, 3-strings long (traditionell instruments)
Lute, 4-strings long (traditionell instruments)

Luther-Melanchthon-Gymnasium (contemporary architecture)

M
M2 (modern architecture)
Mack, MarK (architect)
Maeda Kenjirô (architect)
Maeda Toshiie (lord of the castle)

Maekawa Kunio (architect)
Maiko (Kyôto)
Maiko, Cherry Blossom Dance (performing art)
Mail Van (transportation)
Mainichi Shinbun (publishing house)
Mainichi Shinbun Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
Maishima Incineration Plant (contemporary art / architecture)
Maishima Sludge Center (contemporary art / architectur)

Maison Hermes Ginza (modern architecture)
Maizuru-jô (castle)
Maki Fumihiko (architect)
Maki Solitaire (modern architecture)
mamori = omamori
maneki-neko = lucky cat
manekin = mannequin
Mannequin (consumption)
Manpuku-ji (temple)
Manteau (artwork)
Maple (forestry)
Marino, Peter (architect)
Maritime Museum Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Market (consumption)
Market, battledore- (Tôkyô festivals)
Market, Tsukiji- (Tôkyô)
Marriage (tradition)
Martial Arts (sports)
Martin-Luther-Gymnasium Wittenberg (modern architecture)
Martyrs Monument (architecture)
Marugame (city)
Marugame-jô (castle)
Marunouchi (Tôkyô)
Marunouchi Building (modern architecture)
Marunouchi Center Building (Tôkyô)
Marunouchi Oazo (modern architecture)
Maruoka (city)
Maruoka-jô (castle)
Maruyama Park (Kyôto)
Marutô IV (modern architecture)
Marûto 15 (modern architecture)
Marûto 17 (modern architecture)
Masks, Namahage- (Akita)
Masks (arts & crafts)
Master's Houses Dessau (modern architecture)
Matschinsky-Denninghoff (artists)
matsu = pine
Matsubara Shigeo (artist)
Matsuda Hirata Sekkei (architect)
Matsudaira Ken (history)
Matsue (city)
Matsue-jô (castle)
Matsui Hideki (advertising)
Matsui Kitarô (architect)
Matsukawa Box (modern architecture)
Matsumoto (city)
Matsumoto City Museum of Art
Matsumoto-gawa (river)
Matsumoto Kiyoshi (consumption)
Matsumoto Kôshirô IX (kabuki)
Matsumoto Performing Arts Centre (modern architecture)
Matsumoto Yôsaku (architect)
Matsumuro Shigemitsu (architect)
Matsuo Bashô (history)
matsuri = festival
Matsusaka Setsuô (artist)
Matsushima (city)
Matsuyama (city)
Matsuzakaya Yokohama (contemporary architecture)
Mazda (company)
M. Building (modern architecture)
M-Building in Kanda (modern architecture)
McDonalds (food)
Mclay, Robert Samuel (university)
Mediatheque Sendai (modern architecture)
megane-bashi = spectacles bridge
Meguro Gajôen (modern architecture)
Meguro-kawa (river)
Meier, Richard (Architekt)
Meiji-daigaku (university)
Meiji-gakuin-daigaku (university)
Meiji-gakuin University, chapel (contemporary architecture)
Meiji-gakuin University, main hall (modern architecture)
Meiji-gakuin University, palette zone (modern architecture)
Meiji-jingû (shrine)
Meiji-jingû, House of Treasure (contemp. architecture)
Meiji-kaigakan (architecture)
Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery (architecture)
Meiji-mura = open-air museum (Inuyama)
Meiji Period (history)
Meiji-Seimei Aoyama Paracio (modern architecture)
Meiji-Seimei-kan (contemporary architecture)
Meiji Yasuda Life Building (modern architecture)
Meiko-Chuô-Ôhashi (bridge)
Meiko-Higashi-Ôhashi (bridge)
Meiko-Nishi-Ôhashi (bridge)
Me-oto-iwa = wedded rocks
Mercedes Benz Museum (modern architecture)

Meriken Park Oriental Hotel (Kôbe)
Mesa (modern architecture)
Messe Basel (modern architecture)
Messe Torhaus Frankfurt (modern architecure)
Messeturm Frankfurt (modern architecture)
Mestrallet, Raymond (architect)
METI (ministry building)
Metroca (modern architecture)
Metropolitan Teien Art Museum (contemporary architecture)
Metrotour (modern architecture)
Michael Graves Building (modern architecture)
Michiko, Empress (history)
Midland Square (modern architecture)
Midôsuji Minami Building (modern architecture)
Midtown Tower (modern architecture)
Miele Center / Aoyama Showroom (modern architecture)
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig (architect)
Mifune-matsuri (festivals & rites)
Miho Museum (modern architecture)
Mikawa Bay (Toyohashi)
Mikimoto Ginza 2 (modern architecture)
Mikimoto Kôkichi (history)
mikuji = omikuji
Milano Convention Center (modern architecture)
Milles, Carl (artist)
Minakuchi-jô (castle)
Minami-Aoyama Hivally (modern architecture)
Minamiza Theatre (Kyôto)
Minamoto no Yoritomo (history)
Minamoto no Yoshitsune (history)
Minato Mirai 21 (Yokohama)
Mine Takashi (artist)
Ministry Buildings (politics)
Miró, Joan (artist)
Misawa Kenji (artist)
Mishima (city)
Mishima (Tôkaidô)
Mishima-taisha (shrine)
miso = fermented soya beans paste
Miss Sixty (Jingûmae / Tôkyô)
Mister Donut (food)
Mito (city)
Mito-jô (castle)
Mitoizumi (advertising)
Mitoraj, Igor (artist)
Mitsubishi Bank Kôbe Branch (contemporary architecture)
Mitsubishi Dream Center (modern architecture)
Mitsubishi Ichigôkan Museum (modern architecture)
Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei (architect)
Mitsubishi Jûkô Yokohama Building (modern architecture)
Mitsubishi Motors (multinational group)
Mitsubishi UFG Financial Group = MUFG (bank house)
Mitsuhashi Ikuyo (architect)
Mitsui Banking House (contemporary architecture)
Mitsui Bussan Building (contemporary architecture)
Mitsui Club (contemporary architecture)
Mitsui Fudosan Mita Twin Building East (modern architecture)
Mitsui Fudosan Mita Twin Building West (modern architecture)
Mitsui Jun (architect)
Mitsui Sumitomo Kaijô (modern architecture)
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Kanda Surugadai (modern architecture)
Mitsuke School (contemporary architecture)
Mitsukoshi Department Store (contemporary architecture)
Mitsuno Hisashi (architect)
Miura Noriyuki (architect)
miya = shrine
miya-daiko = big drum
Miyagawa (river)

Miyagawachô (entertainment district / Kyôto)
miyage = souvenir
Miyajima (landscape)
Miyako Hotel Kyôto (modern architecture)
Miyako Hotel Kyôto - Annex Kasuien (architecture)
Miyako Messe Kyôto (modern architectur)
Miyamoto Tadanaka (architect)
Miyawaki Mayumi (architect)
Miyazaki Hiroshi (architect)
Mizuho Bank (banking house)
Mizuho Bank / former Daiichi-Kangyô-Bank (modern architecture)
Mizuho Corporate Bank Head Office (modern architecture)
Mizuno Ichirô (architect)
MK Station (modern architecture)
M.M. Towers (modern architecture)
mochi = rice cake
Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers (modern architecture)
Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower (modern architecture)
Mode Gakuen Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Modern / contemporary Architecture
Modern / contemporary Architecture in Kyôto
Modern / contemporary Architecture in Nagoya
Modern / contemporary Architecture in Ôsaka
Modern / contemporary Art
Modern Literature, Museum of (modern architecture)
Moegi House (contemporary architecture)
Moinard, Bruno (architect)
momiji = Japanese maple
Momoyama-jô (castle)
Money (currency)
Monkey (iconography)
Monol (modern architecture)
Monorail Ôsaka (Ôsaka)
Moore, Henry (artist)
Morgan, J.H. (architect)
Mori Building Corporation (architectural office)
Mori Garden / Roppongi Hills (garden architecture)
Mori Hiroshi (architect)
Mori Minoru (architect)
Mori Takachika (history)
Mori Tower (modern architecture)
Morioka (city)
Morioka-jô (castle)
Moriyama Raymond (architect)
Mosque (contemporary architecture)
Moto-Akasaka (Tôkyô)
Moto-Akasaka Imanishi Bldg. (modern architecture)
Moto-Hakone (town)
Motokura Makoto (architect)
Motomachi Apartment Complex (contemporary architecture)
Motomachi High School Hiroshima (modern architecture)
Motorbike (traffic)
Motor Scooter (traffic)
Motorway (Tôkyô)
Motorway (traffic)
Motosu, Lake (leisure)
Môtsû-ji (temple)

Mountains in Japan:
   Aso-san (landscape)
   Fuji-san (landscape)
   Hiei-zan (Kyôto)
   Iô-zan (Hokkaidô)
   Iwaki-san (Hirosaki)
   Iwate-san (Morioka)
   Kinka-zan (Gifu)
   Kinpô-san (Kumamoto)
   Kôya-san (landscape)
   Meakan-dake (landscape)
   Sakurajima (landscape)
   Yokotsu-dake (landscape)

Mouth Organ (traditional instruments)
Movement No. 6 notus (art)
Ms. Reiko Tokyo (modern architecture)
Mt. Kujô Water Purification Plant (contemporary architecture)
MUFG = Mitsubishi UFG Financial Group
Mujirô Ligurio (robot)
Multinational Groups
Municipal Research Building Hibiya (contemporary architecture)
Murano Tôgo (architect)
Murasaki Shikubu (author)
Murasakino Wakuden (modern architecture)
Murase Haruo (university)
Murata Masachika (architect)
Murofushi Jirô (architect)
Muromachi Period (history)

Museums:
   Basel - Museum Tinguely
   Berlin - German Historical Museum / annex
   Cologne - East Asian Art, Museum of
   Frankfurt - Museum for Modern Art
   Frankfurt - Museum of Applied Art
   Himeji - Museum of Literature
   Himeji - Museum of Literature II
   Hiroshima - Museum of Art
   Hiroshima- Museum of Contemporary Art
   Imabari - Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture
   Kagoshima - Art Museum
   Kagoshima - Reimeikan, Museum of Culture
   Kamakura - Literary Museum
   Kamakura - Museum of Modern Art
   Kamakura - Museum of Modern Art / Annex
   Kanazawa - Ishikawa Modern Literature Museum
   Kanazawa - 21st Century Museum of Art
   Kôbe - Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum
   Kôchi - Sakamoto Ryôma Memorial Museum
   Kôfu - Yamanashi Prefecture Museum of Art
   Kôfu - Yamanashi Prefecture Museum of Literature
   Kumamoto - City Museum
   Kumamoto - Prefectural Museum of Art
   Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art / Chibajo Branch
   Kurashiki - Jirô Ôsaragi Memorial Museum
   Kurashiki - Ôhara Museum of Art / Annex
   Kurashiki - Geibunkan / Museum of Art & Culture
   Kyôto - Hosomi Museum
   Kyôto - Kyôto Museum / Annex
   Kyôto - Munipical Museum of Art
   Kyôto - National Museum
   Kyôto - National Museum of Modern Art
   Kyôto - Ryûkoku Museum
   Kyôto - Yurinkan Museum
   Maastricht - Bonnefanten Museum
   Marbach - Museum of Modern Literature
   Matsumoto - Matsumoto City Museum of Art
   Matsumoto - Ukiyoe Museum
   Mishima - Paper Art Museum
   Mönchengladbach - Abteiberg Museum
   Nagano - Prefectural Shinano Art Museum
   Nagasaki - Atomic Bomb Museum
  
Nagasaki - Peace Museum
   Nagasaki - Prefectural Art Museum
   Nagoya - City Art Museum

   Nagoya - City Science Museum
   Nagoya - Tokugawa Art Museum
   Neuss - Langen Foundation
   Okayama - Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art
   Okayama - Orient Museum
   Okazaki - City Historical Museum
   Okazaki - Mindscape Museum
   Ôsaka - Maritime Museum
   Ôsaka - Museum of History
   Ôsaka - National Museum of Art
   Ôsaka - National Museum of Ethnology
   Ôsaka - Wine Museum
   Shiga Prefecture - Miho Museum
   Tôkyô - Edo-Tôkyô Museum
   Tôkyô - Emerging Science & Innovation Museum
   Tôkyô - Hyôkeikan Museum
   Tôkyô - Imperial Museum
   Tôkyô - K-Museum
   Tôkyô - Maritime Science, Museum of
   Tôkyô - Metropolitan Art Museum
   Tôkyô - Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
   Tôkyô - Miele Museum
   Tôkyô - Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum
  
Tôkyô - Museum for Contemporary Art
   Tôkyô - National Art Center Tokyo
   Tôkyô - National Museum / Honkan
   Tôkyô - National Museum / Hôryû-ji Gallery
   Tôkyô - National Museum / Tôyôkan
   Tôkyô - National Museum of Modern Art
   Tôkyô - National Museum of Modern Art /Annex
   Tôkyô - National Shôwa Memorial Museum
   Tôkyô - Nezu Museum
   Tôkyô - Suntory Museum of Art / Midtown
   Tôkyô - Shôtô Museum of Art
   Tôkyô - Tepco Electric Energy Museum
   Tôkyô - Western Art, Museum for
   Tôkyô - Yûshûkan Museum
   Toyota - Municipal Museum of Art
   Uji - Byôdo-in Museum / Hôshôkan
  
Yamaguchi Prefecture - Museum of Art
   Yokohama - Museum of Art
   Yokohama - Prefecture Kanagawa / Cultural History
Musha-ningyô (doll)
Music (instruments)
M-Wave (modern architecture)
My Zeil (modern architecture)
Myônichikan (contemporary architecture)
Myôô (iconography)
Mythical Creatures (iconography)

N
Nachi = Kumano-sanzan (landscape)
Nagahama (city)
Nagakin Capsule Tower (modern architecture)
Nagakute (city)
Nagano (city)
Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum (modern architecture)
Nagano Uheiji (architect)
Nagaragawa Convention Center (modern architecture)
Nagasaki (city)
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum (modern architecture)
Nagasaki Jiro's Bookstore (contemporary architecture)
Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for Atomic Bomb Victims
Nagasaki Peace Museum (modern architecture)
Nagasaki Port Promenade (modern architecture)
Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum (modern architecture)
Nagashima Kôichi (architect)
Nagata Hiroyuki (Architekt)
Nagata & Kitano & Associates (architect)
Nagata Yûzô (architect)
Nagoya (city)
Nagoya Airport = Centrair (traffic)
Nagoya City Art Museum (modern architecture)
Nagoya City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Nagoya City Science Museum (Nagoya City)
Nagoya-daigaku (university)
Nagoya Dome (modern architecture)
Nagoya International Center (Nagoya City)
Nagoya-jô (castle)
Nagoya Lucent Tower (modern architecture)
Nagoya Port Aquarium (leisure)
Nagoya-shi kokaidô (hall)
Nagoya Station Towers (modern architecture)
Nagoya Tokugawa Art Museum (Nagoya)
Nagoya TV Tower (modern architecture)
Nagoya University (education)
Nagoya-University / Research Center (mod. architecture)
Naitô Hiroshi (architect)
Naitô Tachû (architect)
Nakagyô Post Office (contemporary architecture)
Naka-ku District (Yokohama)
Nakamura Ganjirô (kabuki)
Nakamura Hiroshi (architect)
Nakamura Yoshihei (architect)
Nakanosakaue Central Building (modern architecture)
Nakanosakaue Sun Bright Twin (modern architecture)

Nakanoshima Festival Tower (modern architecture)
Nakanoshima Library (contemporary architecture)
Nakanoshima Mitsui Building (modern architecture)
Nakaoyama Tumulus (lAsuka)
Nakata Hidetoshi (advertising)
Nakatajima Dunes (landscape)
Nakatsu-jô (castle)
Naked, Festival of the (festival)
Namahage Ritual (Akita City)
Namba (Ôsaka)
Namba Hips (modern architecture)
Namba Parks (modern architecture)
Nankin-machi = Chinatown (Kôbe City)
Nanzan-daigaku (university)
Naoshima (landscape)
Naoshima City Hall (modern architecture)
Naoshima Pavilion (modern architecture)

Nara (city)
Nara National Museum (contemporary architecture)
Nara Period (history)
Narita (city)
Narita Airport (traffic)
Narita-san Shinshô-ji (temple)
Naruto-kyô (bridge)
National Art Center Tokyo (modern architecture)
National Bunraku Theatre (modern architecture)
National Children`s Castle (modern architecture)
National Diet Building (politics)
National Flag of Japan (Japan Images)
National Graduate Institut for Policy Studies (modern architecture)

National Gymnasiums for Tôkyô Olympics (modern architecture)
National Museum Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
National Museum of Art Ôsaka (modern architecture)
National Museum of Modern Art Kyôto (modern architecture)
National Museum of Modern Art Tôkyô (modern architecture)
National Museum of Modern Art Tôkyô / annex (architecture)
National Museum of Western Art (modern architecture)
National Museum of Western Art / Annex (modern architecture)
National Museum Tôkyô / Honkan (contemporary architecture)
National Museum Tôkyô / Hôryû-ji Gallery (architecture)
National Museum Tôkyô / Tôyôkan (contemporary architecture)
National Park, Inland Sea (landscape)
National Shôwa Memorial Museum (modern architecture)
National Theatre (modern architecture)
National Theatre Tôkyô, New (modern architecture)
National University Tôkyô, Fine Arts & Music (education)
National University Tôkyô, Fine Arts & Music, Art Museum
National University Tôkyô, Fine Arts & Music, Concert Hall

National 21 Building (Ôsaka)
Nationalists (politics)
Nature
Nebuta-matsuri (festivals & rites)
NEC Corporation (multinational group)
NEC Supertower (modern architecture)
neko = cat
Neonatal Care Unit (babies)
nenchû gyôji = annual customs
Neuer Zollhof Düsseldorf (modern architecture)
Nevigeser Wallfahrtsdom (contemporary architecture)
New National Theatre Tôkyô (modern architecture)
New Sky Building No.3 (modern architecture)
New National Gallery (modern architecture)
New Year`s Day (annual festivals)
New Year´s Eve (annual festivals)
New Year´s food (New Year)
Nexus Momochi Residential Tower (modern architecture)
Nexus World Project (Fukuoka)
Nexus World / Christian de Portzamparc Building (mod. architecture)
Nexus World / MarK Mack Building (modern architecture)
Nexus World / Oscar-Tusquets Building (modern architecture)
Nexus World / Ozamu Ishiyama Building (modern architecture)
Nexus World / Rem Koolhaas Building (modern architecture)
Nexus World / Steven Hall Building (modern architecture)
Nezu Museum (modern architecture)
NHK Osaka Hall (modern architecture)
Nibankan (modern architecture)

Nicolas G. Hayek Center / Swatch Bldg. (modern architekture)
Nicolas, Gwenael (architect)
Niemeyer, Oscar (architect)
Night Life (leisure)
Nihon-bashi (bridge)
Nihonbashi (Tôkaidô)
Nihonbashi (Tôkyô)
Nihonbashi Kyôbashi Festival (Tôkyô festival)
Nihonbashi Ningyôchô Forest Building (modern architecture)
Nihon-Christ-Kyôdan-Gokamachi (contemporary architecture)
Nihonkai (landscape)
Nihon Kasai Yokohama Bldg. (contemporary architecture)
Nihon Kôgyô Club (contemporary architecture)

Nihon-menka (contemporary architecture)
Nihon Seimei Marunouchi Building (modern architecture)
Nihon Sekkei (architect)
Niigata (city)
Niino Shimon (architect)
Nijô-jô (castle)
Nijû-bashi (bridge)
Niki de Saint Phalle (artist)
Nikolai Cathedral (contemporary architecture)
Nikken Sekkei (architect)
Nikkô (city)
Nikkô Futarasan-jinja (shrine)
Nikko Hotel (Ôsaka)
Nikko Hotel Kansai Airport (modern architecture)
Nikko Hotel Tokyo (Tôkyô)
Nikkô National Park (landscape)
Ningyô-chô (Tôkyô)
Ninna-ji (temple)
Ninomiya Kinjirô (student)
niô = Deva King
Nippon Budôkan (modern architecture)
Nippon Shinpan Ôyamachô (modern architecture)
Nippon Steel (company)
Nippon Systemware (modern architecture)
Nippon Television - NTV (Tôkyô)
Nippon Yûsen Kaisha (contemporary architecture)
Nishi-hongan-ji (temple)
Nishi-Nihon City Bank (modern architecture)
Nishi-Shinjuku Forest Building (modern architecture)
Nishi-Shinjuku Hotel (modern architecture)
Nishijin-kinran-ningyô (doll)
Nishiki-gawa (river)
nishiki-goi = brocade carp
Nishimura Kôji (architect)
Nishimura Yoshitoki (architect)
Nishina Dental Clinic (modern architecture)
Nishizawa Ryûe (architect)
Nissan (multinational group)
Nissan Gallery (modern architecture)
Nissei Theatre (contemporary architecture)
Nissoken / HOK (architectural office)
Nittai-ji (temple)
Nittele Tower (modern architecture)
Nô (theatre)
Nô National Theatre (modern architecture)
Nô, Takigi- (performing art)
NOA Building (moderne architecture)
Nobunaga = Oda Nobunaga (history)
Noe Building (modern architecture)
Noguchi Isamu (sculptor)
Noguchi Magoichi (architect)
Nomura Securities (contemporary architecture)
Noodle Restaurant (food)
Noodle Soup (food)
Notre Dame Daigaku (university)
Notre Dame du Haut de Ronchamp (contemporary architecture)
Notre Dame du Haut / annex (contemporary architecture)
Notre Dame du Haut / bell cage (contemporary architecture)
Nouvel, Jean (architect)
Noyori Conference Hall (modern architecture)
Nozawa Makoto (architect)
NTT DoCoMo (multinational group)
NTT DoCoMo Kawasaki Building (modern architecture)
NTT DoCoMo Shinagawa Building (modern architecture)
NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building (modern architecture)
NTT Power & Building Facilities (architect)
NTT Shinjuku Headquarters Building (modern architecture)
NTT Urban Development (architect)
NTV = Nippon Television (television station)
NTV Tower (modern architecture)

Nurse (work)
Nursing Association Building (modern architecture)
NW House (modern architecture)
nyorai = Buddha

O
Oakwood Residence Roppongi T-Cube (modern architecture)
Oasis 21 (modern architecture)
Obayashi Corporation (architect)
Obiyama A-public Housing
Obon (annual festival)
Ôbunsha Building (modern architecture)
Ochanomizu (Tôkyô)
Ochanomizu Square Building (modern architecture)
Oda Nobunaga (history)
Odaiba (Tôkyô)
ôdaiko = big drum
Odawara (city)
oden = several ingrediens in a dashi broth
Ôe Hiroshi (architect)
Ôe Kenzaburô (author)
Ôe Shintarô (architect)
Ôe Tadasu (architect)
Office Worker (work)
ofuro = private bath
Ôgaki (city)
Ôgaki-jô (castle)
Ogawa Moriyuki (architect)
ôgi = fan
Ôhan / Yûmoto (modern architecture)
Ôhara (Kyôto)
Ôhara Museum of Art (Kurashiki City)
Ôhara Museum of Art / Annex (modern architecture)
ôharame = women from Ôhara
Ôhori Park (Fukuoka)
Ohmaki Shinji (artist)
Ohtake Shinro (artist)
Ôi-gawa (river)
Ôishi Kuranosuke (history)
Ôji Paper Head Office (modern architecture)
Okada Shinichi (architect)
Okada Shinichirô (architect)
Okamoto Tarô (artist)
Ô-kawa (river))
Ôkawabata River City 21 (Tôkyô)
Okayama (city)
Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Okayama Symphony Hall (modern architecture)
Okazaki (city)
Okazaki Bank (contemporary architecture)
Okazaki Chamber of Commerce + Industry (architecture)
Okazaki City Historical Museum (contemporary architecture)
Okazaki-jô (castle)
Okazaki Mindscape Museum (modern architecture)
okedaiko / okedô = bucket drum
Okinawa dances (performing arts)
Ôkubo Toshimichi (politician)
Ôkuma Memorial Hall (university)
Ôkuma Shigenobu (university)
Ôkuma Yoshikuni (architect)
Ôkuninushi no Mikoto (history)
Ôkura Building (modern architecture)
Ôkura Hotel Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Old Fukuoka Prefecture Public Hall
Old Furukawa Garden (Tôkyô)
Old People (society)
Old Hansell House (contemporary architecture)
Old Sharp House (contemporary architecture)
Old Stables of the Koderas (contemporary architecture)
Old Thomas House (contemporary architecture)
Oldenburg, Claes (artist)
Olympic Games Tôkyô 1964 (modern architecture)
Olympic Stadium´s roof Munich 1972 (modern architecture)
Olympic Winter Games 1998 (Nagano)
omamori = lucky charme
omikuji = written oracle
ômisoka = new year´s eve
omiyage = miyage
omiyamairi = first outing for a newborn
Omotegoten-Tokushima (garden)
Omotesandô (Tôkyô)
Omotesandô Hills (modern architecture)
Ômura Fashion Design College (modern architecture)
Ômura Hair Dressing College (modern architecture)
Ônaruto-kyô = Naruto-kyô (bridge)
Oncho Reformed Church (modern architecture)
One Omotesandô (modern architecture)
oni = demon
onigawara = ogre tile
Oni-matsuri (festivals & rites)
onnagata = actor playing woman (kabuki)
onsen = hot spring
Onward Daikanyama (modern architecture)
Opaque Ginza (modern architecture)
Open-Air Bath (bath & wellness)
Open-Air Museum Hakone (Hakone)
Open-Air Museum Meiji-mura (Meiji period)
Open-Air Swimming Pool (leisure)
Opera City Tower (modern architecture)
Opera Domaine Kôraibashi (contemporary architecture)

Oracle, Written (new year´s day)
Organ I (modern architecture)
Organic Building (modern architecture)
Oriental Hotel (Hiroshima)
Oriental Hotel (Kôbe)
Orient Museum (modern architecture)
origami = art of folding paper
Origin I (modern architecture)
Origin II (modern architecture)
Orthodox Church, Kyoto (church)
Orthodox Church, Nikolai (church)
Orthodox Church, Toyohashi (church)
Ôsaka (city)
Ôsaka Aquarium Kaiyûkan (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Building (contemporary architecture)
Ôsaka Central Post Office (contemporary architecture)
Ôsaka Central Public Hall (contemporary architecture)
Ôsaka City Hall (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Fukoku Seimei Building (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Gas Building (contemporary architecture)
Ôsaka Maritime Museum (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Mode Gakuen (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Monorail (Ôsaka)
Ôsaka Museum of History (modern architecture)
Ôsaka National Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Science Museum (modern architecture)
Ôsaka Wine Museum (modern architecture)
Ôsaka World Trade Center (modern architecture)
Osana-ningyô (doll)
Ôsanbashi Pier (modern architecture)
osechi-ryôri = New Year´s food
Oshinomi Kunihide (architect)
Osore-zan (landscape)
Ôsu Kannon (temple)
Ôsugi Yoshihiko (architect)
Ôtaka Masato (architect)
Ôtake Shinro (artist)
Ôtani-daigaku (university)
Ôtani Sachio (architect)
Ôtani University, Auditorium  (modern architecture)
Ôtani University, Headquarters (modern architecture)
Otaue-sai (festivals & rites)
otearai = toilet
Ôtemachi (Tôkyô)
Ôtemachi Financial Center (modern architecture)
Ôtemachi First Square (modern architecture)
Ôtemachi Nomura Building (modern architecture)
Ôtsu (city)
Otto, Frei (architect)
Ôune Hiroshi (architect)
Oura Catholic Church (Nagasaki)
Ôwakudani (landscape)
Ox (iconography)
Oxy Nogizaka (modern architecture)
Ôyama Hisao (architect)
Oyama-ningyô (doll)

P
Pachinko (gambling)
Pacific Century Place (modern architecture)
Pagoda (architecture)
painting (arts & crafts)
Palace Side Building (modern architecture)
Palau Sant Jordi (modern architecture)
Panasonic Solar Ark (energy production)
Paper Art (traditional art)
Paper Art Museum (Moderne Architektur)
Paper Balloon (custom & tradition)
Paper Collector (work)
Paper Doll (paper art)
Paper Falting, Art of (paper art)
Paper Kite (paper art)
Paper Lantern (paper art)
Paper Money / Notes (currency)
Paper Umbrella (paper art)
PaPeRo (robot)

Paradise Garden (garden architecture)
Park Hyatt Tokyo (modern architecture)
Paro (robot)
Pasta (food)
Peace Memorial Museum (modern architecture)
Peace Park (Hiroshima)
Peace Park (Nagasaki)
Peace, Statue of (Nagasaki)
Pearl Cultivation (landscape)
Pedestrian Lights (traffic)
Peek & Cloppenburg Berlin (modern architecture)
Pei, I. M. (architect)
Pelli, Cesar (architect)
Percussion Instrument (tradional instruments)
Perennial Grass (nature)
Performing Arts
Perfume Department (consumption)
Perfume Shop (consumption)
Perrault, Dominique (architect)
Perry, Commodore (Shimoda)
Persimmon (fruits)
Pesce, Gaetano (architect)
Pet (traditions)
Petrol Station Attendant (traffic)
Phaeno Science Center (modern architecture)
Pharaoh (modern architecture)
Pharmacy (consumption)
Phoenix Hall (temple)
Phone Box (telecommunication)
Piano, Renzo (architect)
Pias Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Piazza Center Eindhoven (modern architecture)
Pine (forestry)

Piramide (modern architecture)
Pitt, Brad (advertising)
Plantec Architects (architect)
Plastic Tree (trend)
Platform Kiosk (traffic)
Plaything (custom & tradition)
Plaza Mikado (modern architecture)
Pleasure Boat (traffic)
Plenary Assembly Hall (politics)
Plucked Instrument (tradional instruments)
Plum Blossom (season)
Politics
Police (work)
Police Box (work)
Police Box in Ebisu (modern architecture)
Police Man (work)
Police Station Kumamoto-kita (modern architecture)
Pollux (modern architecture)
Pomodoro, Arnaldo (artist)
Pontôcho (Kyôto)
Pontôcho Kaburenjô (modern architecture)
Pope Johannes Paul (Hiroshima)
Port Island (Kôbe City)
Port Opening Memorial Hall (contemporary architecture)
Porta Fira Hotel Barcelona (modern architecture)
Portofino (modern architecture)
Post Office, Central Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Post Office, Head Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Post Office, Nakagyô (modern architecture)
Postal Service (transport)
Postman (transport)
Prada Aoyama (modern architecture)
Praemium Imperiale (architectural award)
Precipitation (water)
Prefectures / Prefectural buildings:
   Aichi Prefectural Administrative Bldg. of (contemp. architecture)
   Ehime Prefecture (landscape)
  
Fukuoka Prefecture, Old Public Hall (contemporary architecture)
   Kagawa Prefecture (landscape)
   Kagawa Prefectural Government (modern architecture)
   Kagoshima Prefecture, Museum of Culture (modern architecture)
   Kanagawa Administration Building (modern architecture)
   Kanagawa Prefectural Government (modern architecture)
   Kanagawa Prefecture Museum of Cultural History (architecture)
   Kôichi Prefecture (landscape)
   Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art (modern architecture)
   Kumamoto Prefectural Theater (modern architecture)
   Kyôto Prefectural Office (contemporary architecture)
   Kyôto Prefectural Office, former (contemporary architecture)
   Nagano Prefectural Shinano Art Museum (modern architecture)
   Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum (modern architecture)
   Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art (modern architecture)
   Shiga, Administration Building (contemporary architecture)
   Shizuoka Prefecture Administrative Building (architecture)
   Tokushima Prefecture (landscape)
   Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art (modern architecture)
   Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Literature (mod. architecture)
Press and Broadcasting Center (modern architecture)
Press photographer (work)
Prime Minister (politics)
Prince Akishino (emperor`s family)
Prince Asakanomiya´s Residence (contemp. architecture)
Prince Hotel, Akasaka (modern architecture)
Prince Hotel, Kyôto Takaragaike (modern architecture)
Prince Hotel, New Takanawa (modern architecture)
Prince Hotel, Shinjuku (modern architecture)

Prince Hotel, Sunshine City Prince (modern architecture)
Prince Park Tower (hotel)
Prince Yamato Takeru (history)
Prisoner-of-war Camp (history)
Pritzker Architecture Prize (architectural award)
Private Bath (custom & tradition)
Procession of beggars (festival)
Procession of thousand warriors (festival)
Project Ware House B (modern achitecture)
Prouvé, Jean (architect and designer)
PS Company Ltd. Orangerie (contemporary architecture)
Pub (food)
Public Bath (custom & tradition)
Public Telephone (telecommunication)
Publishing House (Mainichi Shinbun)
Punks (teens)
Pupils (education)
PWC (leasure)

Q
Q-Dan 1991 (modern architecture)
Quartier Daimler Chrysler (modern architecture)
Quartier Schützenstrasse (modern architecture)
Quasar Building (modern architecture)
Queen's Square (modern architecture)
Quinn, Marc (artist)

R

Raijin (iconography)
Raika Headquarters (modern architecture)
Rail Traffic
Railway (traffic)
Rainbow Bridge (architecture)
Rakuraku-en (garden)
ramen = Chinese noodles
Rapid Transit (traffic)
Rapin, Henri (artist)
Rau, Johannes (politics)
Raymond, Antonin (architect)
Recruit Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Red Bricks Warehouse (modern architecture)
Red-Light District (leisure)
Refuse Disposal (work)
Reichstagskuppel (modern architecture)
Reimeikan Museum of Culture (modern architecture)
Reiyûkai Shakaden Buddha hall (modern architecture)
Religion (society)
Renaissance (modern architecture)
Reporter (work)
Research Center for Material Science (modern architecture)
Residental Building (living)
Residential Building in Kreuzberg (modern architecture)
Resona Bank (banking house)
Resona Maruha Building (modern architecture)
Restaurant Schmidt House (modern architecture)
Revue / Takarazuka (performing art)
Rice (food)
Rice, Cultivation  of
Rice Farmer (cultivation of rice)
Rice Field (cultivation of rice)
Rice Planting (festivals & rites)
Rice Wine (customs & traditions)
Rickey, Georges (artist)
Rickshaw (traffic)
Right wing groups (politics)
Ri-jô (castle)
Rikkyô-daigaku (university)
Rikkyô University, Library (modern architecture)
Ring of Fire Aquarium (modern architecture)
Rinkû Gate Tower (modern architecture)
Rinnô-ji (temple)
Rin-Rin Project (modern architecture)
Rin's Gallery (modern architecture)
Rise (modern architecture)
Ritsurin-kôen (garden)
River (bodies of water)
Rivers in Japan:
   Ara-kawa (Tôkyô)
   Asahi-gawa (Okayama)
   Daiyagawam (Nikkô)
   Dôjima-gawa (Ôsaka)
   Edo-gawa (Tôkyô)
   Fuji-kawa (Berg Fuji)
   Kamo-gawa (Kyôto)
   Kanda-kawa (Tôkyô)

   Kanzaki-gawa (Ôsaka)
   Kiso-gawa (Inuyama)
   Kitakami-gawa (Hiraizumi)
   Kitakami-gawa (Morioka)
   Kuzuryû-gawa (Fukui)
   Matsumoto-gawa (Hagi)
   Miya-gawa (Takayama)
   Motoyasu-gawa (Hiroshima)
   Nagara-gawa (Gifu)
   Nishiki-gawa (Iwakuni)
   Ô-kawa (Ôsaka)
   Ôi-gawa (Kyôto)
   Sai-gawa (Kanazawa)
   Shinano-gawa (Niigata)
   Sumida-gawa (Tôkyô)
   Tama-gawa (Tôkyô)
   Uji-gawa (Uji)
   Yodo-gawa (Ôsaka)
Rivers in Tôkyô (Tôkyô)
Riverwalk Kitakyûshû (modern architecture)
Road Construction (construction industry)
Road Tanker (transport)
Road Traffic (traffic)
Robot (technology)
Roche, Kevin (architect)
Rodin, Auguste (artist)
Rogers, Richard (architect)
roji = tea garden
Rokka Garden (contemporary architecture)
Rokkaku Kijô (architect)
Rokô-kan (modern architecture)
Rokugô-bashi (bridge)
Rokugô Building (modern architecture)
rônin = masterless samurai
Roof, traditional (home decor)
Roof for Olympic Stadium Munich 1972 (modern architecture)
Roofer (work)
Roppongi (Tôkyô)
Roppongi Hills Mori Garden (garden architecture)
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower (modern architecture)
Roppongi Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Roppongi-1chome Subway Station (modern architecture)
Roppongi T-Cube (modern architecture)
Rose Garden (modern archiecture)
Rosetti Building / Cantonal Hospital (modern architecture)
Rossi, Aldo (architect)
rotenburo = open-air bath
Rust backet / Free University Berlin (modern architecture)
Ryôan-ji (temple)
Ryôgen-in (temple)
Ryogoku-bashi (bridge)
Ryôgoku-kokugikan (contemporary architecture)
Ryôguchiyakorekiyo Higashiyamaten (modern architecture)
ryôkan = japanese inn
Ryôzen-kannon (temple)
Ryûjabira Housing (modern architecture)
Ryûkoku Museum (modern architecture)
ryûteki = dragon flute

S
sadô = way of tea
Sagami Bay (Kamakura)
Sagano (Kyôto)
Sai-gawa (Kanazawa)
Saigô Takamori (history)
Sailing Boat (traffic)
Saint Phalle, Niki de (artist)
saisenbako = coin box
Saishô-in (pagoda)
Saishunkan Seiyaku Dormitory (modern architecture)
Sakakura Associates (architect)
Sakakura Junzô (architect)
Sakakura Takenosuke (architect)
Sakamoto Kazunari (architect)
Sakamoto Ryôma (Kôchi)
Sakamoto Ryôma Memorial Museum (modern architecture)
Sakata Seizô (architect)
sake = rice wine
sakura = cherry blossoms
Sakura-bashi (bridge)
Sakurai Kiyoshi (architect)
Sakurai Kotarô (architect)
Sakurajima (Kagoshima)
Sakurayama-Hachiman-gû (shrine)
Salvatore Ferragamo Ginza Store (modern architecture)
Samurai (Japan images)
Samurai doll = musha-ningyô
SANAA (architect)
SANAA Building Zollverein (modern architecture)
San'ai Building (modern architecture)
Sanjô Eisaburô (architect)
Sanjô-ôhashi (Kyôto)
Sanjûsangen-dô (temple)
Sankei Shinbun (publishing house)
Sankyo Headquarters Building Tôkyô (modern architecture)

Sannô-Hie-jinja (shrine)
Sannomiya (Kôbe City)
san-no-tsuzumi = hourglass drum
Sanô Zensaku (university)
Sanshin Building (contemporary architecture)
Sanwa Bank (modern architecture)
Sanyo (multinational group)
Sanyo Solar Ark (energy production)
Sanzen-in (temple)
Sapporo (city)
saru = monkey
Satake Yoshitaka (daimyô)
Satô Chûryô (artist)
Satô Kôichi (architect)
Satô Takeo (architect)
Satsuma Rebellion (history)
Scaffolder (work)
Scala (modern architecture)
Scarecrow (rcultivation of rice)
Scarving (traditional art)
Schützenstrasse Berlin (modern architecture)
Science Museum Nagoya (Nagoya City)
Scooter (traffic)
Sea (bodies of water)
Seaside Momochi Project (modern architecture)
Seasons
Secom Building (modern architecture)
Security Man (consumption)
Seel, Richard (architect)
Sei Shônagon (history)
Seigakuin Girls`School (modern architecture)
Seijô First (modern architecture)
Seike Kiyoshi (architect)
Seiken-ji (temple)
Seiko (multinational group)
seito-kinen-kaigakan = Meiji Memorial Gallery
Sejima Kazuyo (architect)
sekibutsu = stone buddha
Sekigahara, Battle of (history)
Sekisui Chemical (modern architecture)
Seminaris Campus Hotel Berlin (modern architecture)
Sen Sôshitsu XV (tea ceremony)
Senba Takeshi (architect)
Sendagaya Intes (modern architecture)
Sendai (city)
Sendai Mediatheque (modern architecture)
Sengaku-ji (temple)
Senior High School Student (education)
Sennin-musha-gyôretsu (festival)
Senri Life Science Center (modern architecture)
Sensô-ji (temple)
sensu = fan
sentô = public bath
Service (leisure)
Sesshû-teien (garden)
Seta-no-Karahashi = Karahashi (bridge)
Seto (city)
Setonaikai (landscape)
Setonaikai National Park (landscape)
Seto-ôhashi (bridge)
setsubun = beginning of spring
Setsubun-mamemaki (festivals in Tôkyô)
Seven Eleven (convenience store)
Seven Lucky Gods (iconography)
Shaka Nyorai (iconography)
shakuhachi = bamboo flute
shamisen = 3-strings lute
Shannon, Thomas (artist)
Share Price (stock exchange)
Shibakawa Mataemon Villa (contemporary architecture)
Shiba-kôen (park in Tôkyô)
Shibamata (Tôkyô)
Shibamata-Taishakuten (Tôkyô)
Shibaura Square Building
Shibuya (Tôkyô)
Shibuya 109 (modern architecture)
Shibuya Mark City (modern architecture)
Shibuya Subway Station (modern architecture)
shichifukujin = seven lucky gods
shichi-go-san / 7-5-3 (annual festival)
Shiga Prefecture Government Building (modern architecture)
Shigemura Mitsuo (artist)
Shiina Eizô (architect)
shiitake = Chinese black mushroom
Shijimizuka (Hamamatsu)
Shikanai Nobutaka (artist)
Shiki Theatre (Tôkyô)
Shikoku (landscape)
Shimabara (city)
Shimane Peninsula (landscape)
Shimazu Nariakira (feudal lord)
Shimbashi Station (contemporary architecture)
shime-daiko = small drum
shimenawa = straw festoon rope
Shimizu Corporation (architectural office)
Shimoda (city)
Shimogamo-jinja (shrine)
Shimooka  Renjô (history)
Shimonoseki (city)

Shin-Kabukiza (contemporaray architecture)
Shin-kyô (bridge)
Shin-Marunouchi Building (modern architecture)
Shin-Minamata Station (modern architecture)
Shin-ôhashi (bridge)
Shin-shiba-suiro (channel)
Shin-Yakushi-ji (temple)
Shin-Yatsushiro-Monument (modern architecture)

Shinagawa (Tôkyô)
Shinagawa East One Tower (modern architecture)
Shinagawa Grand Commons (Tôkyô)
Shinagawa Intercity (Tôkyô)
Shinagawa Intercity Building A (Tôkyô)
Shinagawa-jinja (shrine)
Shinagawa Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Shinagawa V-Tower (modern architecture)
Shinano Art Museum (modern architecture)
Shinano-gawa (river)
Shinbashi Station = Shimbashi Station
Shingû = Kumano-sanzan (landscape)
Shingû Susumu (artist)
Shinjuku (Tôkyô)
Shinjuku Center Building (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Central Park (Tôkyô)
Shinjuku Green Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku I-Land Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Maynds Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Mitsui Building (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Monolith Building (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Nomura Building (modern architecture)
Shinjuku NS Building (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Oak Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Park Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Prince Hotel (Tôkyô)
Shinjuku Sumitomo Tower (modern architecture)
Shinjuku Washington Hotel (modern architecture)
Shin-Kabukiza (contemporaray architecture)
Shinkansen (traffic)
Shinkô Building (contemporary architecture)
Shin-kyô (bridge)
Shin-Marunouchi Building (modern architecture)
Shin-Minamata Station (modern architecture)
Shinpûkan (contemporary architecture)
shinobue = transvers flute
Shinohara Kazuo (architect)
Shin-ôhashi (bridge)
Shinrokaku public bath (Matsuyama)
Shinsaibashi (Ôsaka)
Shinsaibashi Tower Building (modern architecture)
Shinsei Bank (banking house)
Shin-shiba-suiro (channel)
Shinshô-ji = Narita-san Shinshô-ji (temple)
Shintô (religion)
Shintô deity (iconography)
Shinyakushi-ji (temple)
Shiodome (Tôkyô)
Shiodome City Center (modern architecture)
Shiodome Media Tower (modern architecture)
Shiodome Sumitomo Building (modern architecture)
Shioi-matsuri in Kamezaki (festival)
Shirai Seiichi (architect)
Shiraito-no-taki (waterfall)
Shirakawa-gô (landscape)
Shiretoko Peninsula (landscape)
Shirokane (Tôkyô)
Shirokane House / Shirogane House (modern architecture)
Shirokanedai (Tôkyô)
Shirokanedai Office, SME (modern architecture)
Shiroyama JT Trust Tower (modern architecture)
Shiseido (multinational group)
Shiseido Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Shiseido The Ginza (modern architecture)
Shisen-dô (garden)
Shitennô (iconography)
Shitennô-ji (temple)
Shizuka Gozen (festivals & rites)
Shizuoka (City)
Shizuoka Bank (contemporary architecture)
Shizuoka City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Shizuoka Prefecture Administrative Bldg. (modern architecture)
Shizuoka Press & Broadcasting (modern architecture)
Shizuoka-Sengen-jinja  (shrine)
shô = mouth organ
shôdô = calligraphy
Shôeikan / Dôshisha University (contemporary architecture)
Shoe Shine Boy (work)
Shoe Shop (consumption)
Shoes, Traditional (clothes)
Shôfuku-ji (temple)
shôgatsu = new year`s day
Shôhô-ji (temple)
Shôkin Ginkô, Yokohama (contemporary architecture)
Shônin, Priest (Matsumoto)
Shopping (consumption)
Shopping Centre (cosumption)
Shopping Mall (consumption)
Shôrinji-kempô (martial arts)
Shôtô Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Shôwa-kan = National Shôwa Memorial Museum
Shôwa Memorial Museum (modern architecture)
Shôwa Memorial Park (Tachikawa)
Shôwa Period (history)
Shrine Gate (architecture)
Shrine (architecure)
Shufu-no-tomosha Bldg. (contemporary architecture)
Siebold, Philipp Franz von (history)
Sightseeing Boat (traffic)
Sightseeing Bus (traffic)
Sign Duesseldorf (modern architecture)
Silk Center Yokohama (modern architecture)
Silk Conditioning House (contemporary architecture)
Silver Pavilion (dry landscape garden)
Silver Pavilion (stroll garden)
Silver Pavilion (temple)
Singing (leisure)
Sirocco (modern architecture)
Siza Vieira, Álvaro (architect)
Sky Gate (modern architecture)
Skyscrapers (Tôkyô)
Sky Tree (Tôkyô)
Slide (leisure)
SME Shiroganedai Office (modern architecture)
soba = buckwheat noodles
Soba (production)
Sôbu Line Sumida River Bridge (bridge)
Soccer (sports)
Soccer amateurs (sports)
Soccer coach, foreign (sports)
Soccer Stadium Kôbe City (WM 2002)
Soccer Stadium Niigata City (WM 2002)
Soccer Stadium Ôsaka City (WM 2002)
Soccer Stadium Toyota City (modern architecture)
Soccer Stadium Toyota City (WM 2002)
Soccer Stadium Yokohama City (WM 2002)
Soccer World Cup 2002 (sports)
Social Science Research Campus Berlin (modern architecture)
Society
Sofitel Hotel
Sôfuku-ji (temple)
Sôgenchi-teien (garden)
Sôgetsu Art Center (modern architecture)
Sôgo Department Store (contemporary architecture)
Solar Power (energy production)
Solar Power Station (Sanyo)
Soldiers´Grave (customs & traditions)
Soldiers´Hall (modern architecture)
Solfatara (Beppu)
Solfatara (Hakone)
Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Head Office (modern architecture)
Sone Tatsuzô (architect)
Sony (multinational group)
Sony Center Berlin (modern architecture)
Sony City (modern architecture)
Sony Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Sony Tower Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Soper, Julius (university)
Sophia-daigaku (university)
Sophia University / Building No.10 (modern architecture)
Souvenir (customs)
Space (artwork)
Spanish Embassy (Tôkyô)
Speciality Shop (consumption)
Spectacles Bridge (Nagasaki)
Sphinx Center Fukuoka (modern architecture)
Spiral (modern architecture)
Sports
Spring, Early (season)
Spring, Late (season)
Spring, Mid- (season)
St. Agnes Church (contemporary architecture)
St. Agnes Girls' School (contemporary architecture)
St. Andrew's Church (contemporary architecture)
St. Anselm's Priory (contemporary architecture)
St. Engelbert Church (contemporary architecture)
St. Francis Xavier Memorial Church (modern architecture)
St. Luke's Garden (modern architecture)
St. Luke's International Hospital (Tôkyô)
St. Luke's Tower (modern architecture)
St. Luke's Residence Tower (modern architecture)
St. Mary´s Cathedral (modern architecture)
St. Paulus Church Velbert (modern architecture)

St. Philip Church (modern architecture)
St. Viator Kitashirakawa Catholic Church (modern architecture)
Stables of the Koderas (contemporary architecture)
Stadthaus Ulm (modern architecture)
Stained Glass / Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church (art)
Stall in Temples & Shrines (consumption)
Star Festival (festival)
Starbucks Coffee (food)
Starck, Philippe (architect)
State University of Music and Performing Arts (modern architecture)
Station, Railway (traffic)
Station Kiosk, Railway (traffic)
Station Towers Nagoya (modern architecture)
Steam Engine (traffic)
Steamroller (building industry)
Steps (modern architecture)
Sticks (modern architecture)
Stirling, James (modern architectue)
S.T.M. House (modern architecture)
Stock Exchange Berlin (modern architecture)
Stock Exchange (Tôkyô)
Stone Buddha (Usuki)
Stone Lantern (Japan Images)
Stone Sculpture Museum (modern architecture)
Straits crossing Bridge (architecture)
Straw Festoon Rope (new year´s day)
Streetcar (traffic)
Street Cleaning (work)
Street People (society)
Stresemannstraße Office Building (modern architecture)
Stretcher (ambulance)
Stone Bridge (architecture)
Stroll Garden (architecture)
Stubbins, Hugh (architect)
Studio Aoyama (modern architecture)
Stuttgart New State Gallery (modern architecture)
Stuttgart University of Music and Arts (modern architecture)
Subaru (multinational group)
Suburban Train (traffic)
Subway (traffic)
Subway Station Iidabashi (modern architecture)
Subway Station Roppongi-1chome (modern architecture)
Subway Station Shibuya (modern architecture)
Sugamo (Tôkyô)
sugi = cedar
Sugimoto Shigeru (artist)
Sugiyama Sôji (artist)
Sugiyama Takashi (architect)
suisôgakki = wind instrument
Suizen-ji (garden)
Sukibayashi Police Box (modern architecture)
Sumida Culture Factory (modern architecture)
Sumida-gawa (river)
Sumidagawa bridges (architecture)
Sumidagawa-ôhashi (bridge)
Sumitomo Bank Kyôto (contemporary architecture)
Sumitomo Bank Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Sumitomo Mitsui Bank (banking house)
Sumitomo Shiodome Building (modern architecture)
Sumitomo Tsukiji Building (Tôkyô)
Sumiyoshi-jinja (shrine)
Sumiyoshi-taisha (shrine)
Summer, Early (season)
Summer, Late (season)
Summer, Mid- (season)
Summer Holiday (leisure)
Summer Kimono (season)
Sumô (martial art)
Sumô hall Ryôgoku-kokugikan (contemporary architecture)
Sun Life Ohori (modern architecture)
Sun Rise Alpha (modern architecture)
Sun Yell Kagoshima (modern architecture)
Sunburst Building (modern architecture)
Sunkus (convenience store)
Sunshine City Prince Hotel (modern architecture)
Sunshine 60 Building (modern architecture)
Suntory Museum of Art / Midtown (modern architecture)
Suntory Whisky (food)
Supermarket (consumption)
Supreme Court Building (modern architecture)
Surfing, Wind- (leisure)
Sushi (food)
Sushi, rotating (food)
Suspension Bridge, Modern (architecture)
Suspension Bridge, Traditional (architecture)
Suspension Bridge, Vines (architecture)
susuki = perennial grass
Sutherland, Kiefer (advertising)
Suva House Basel (modern architecture)
Suzuki Edward (architect)
Suzuki Ichirô (baseball)
Suzuki Makoto (architect)
Suzuki Ryôji (architect)
Suzuki Teiji (architect)
Švagr, Jan Josef (architect)
Sweden Embassy (Tôkyô)
Swimming Pool, Open Air (leisure)
Swimming Season (leisure)
Sydney Opera House (modern architectur)
Symphony Sculpture (modern art)
Symphony Hall Okayama (modern architecture)
Syntax (modern architecture)

T
Tachikawa (city)
Taga-jinja (shrine)
taiko = drum
Taikodani-inari-jinja (shrine)
Taisei Construction (architect)
taisha = shrine
Taishakuten Temple (Tôkyô)
Taishô Period (history)
Taiyo Life Shinagawa Building (modern architecture)
Taizô-in (garden)
Tajima Building (modern architecture)
TAK (modern architecture)
TAK Associated Architects (architect)
Takahara Schoolhouse (modern architecture)
Takahashi Hiroshi & Akiko (architect)
Takahashi Setsurô Gallery (modern architecture)
Takamatsu (city)
Takamatsu Shin (architect)
Takamatsu Symbol Tower (modern architecture)
Takanawa Catholic Church (modern architecture)
Takanawa Prince Hotel (Tôkyô)
Takanawa Prince Hotel, New (modern architecture)
Takano Apartment Houses
Takano Fumiaki (architect)
takarakuji = lottery
Takarazuka Building (modern architecture)
Takarazuka Opera Company (performing art)
Takasaki Masaharu (architect)
Takashimaya Ginza (department store)
Takashimaya Times Square (modern archiecture)
Takata Hiroatsu (artist)
Takayama (city)
Takayama Hikokurô (Kyôto)
Takayama Kojirô (architect)
take = bamboo
Takeda Goichi (architect)
Takeda-jinja (shrine)
Takeda Shingen (history)
Takekiri-eshiki (festivals & rites)
Takekoshi Kenzô (architect)
Takenaka Carpentry Tools Museum (modern architecture)
Takenaka Corporation (architect)
takenoko = bamboo shoots
Takeyama Kiyoshi Sei (architect)
Takeyama Minoru (architect)
Takezawa Shûichi (architect)
taki = waterfall
Taki Rentarô (composer)
Takigi Nô (performing art)
tako = kite
Talisman (lucky charme)
Tamae-bashi (bridge)
Tama-gawa (river)
Tamagawa Library Kanazawa (modern architecture)
Tamonten (iconography)
Tamura-jinja (shrine)
Tamura Yasushi (architect)
Tanabe Agency Building (modern architecture)
Tanabe Hiroshi (architect)
Tanaka Hozumi (musician)
Tanaka Shintarô (artist)
Tanaka Toshirô ( architect)
Tange Associates (architect)
Tange Kenzô (architect)
tango-no-sekku = boys`festival
Taniguchi Yoshio (architect)
Taniguchi Yoshirô (architect)
Tanise-no-tsuribashi (bridge)
Tank Truck (transport)
tanuki = racoon dog
TAO Architects (architect)
Tasai Tôru (architect)
Tatehata Kakuzô (artist)
tatsu = dragon
Tatsuno Kazai (architect)
Tatsuno Kingo (architect)
Taue-sai (festivals & rites)
Taut, Bruno (architect)
Taut, Max (architect)

Taxi (traffic)
TBS (television station)
T-Building in Nakameguro (modern architecture)
Tea (food)
Tea, Cultivation of
Tea Ceremony (traditional art)
Tea Garden (garden architecture)
Tea House (traditional art)

Tea House Ichiriki-ochaya (Kyôto)
Tea House Ihôan (Kyôto)
Tea Hut Hananoe-chatei (Hagi)
Tea Pavilion Joan (Inuyama)
Team Zoo (architect)
Technology (economy)
Teens (society)
Tekkôkan Steel Building (modern architecture)
Telecom Center (modern architecture)
Telecommunication
Telephone (telecommunication)
Telephone Line (telecommunication)
Temple (architecture)
Tempôzan-ôhashi (bridge)

tennô = Emperor
Tenryû-ji (temple)
Tepco Electric Energy Museum (modern architecture)
Tepco Toyosu Building (modern architecture)
Tepia (modern architecture)
tera = temple
Terada Hideo (architect)
Terrazza (modern architecture)
Terui Shinzô (architect)
Teusler, Rudolf (missionary doctor)
The Gherkin (modern archietcture)
The Head (artwork)
The Jewel (modern architecture)
The Jewels of Aoyama (modern architecture)
The Ring of Fire Aquarium (modern architecture)
The Wings / Expo 2015 (modern art)
Theatre (performing art)
Theatre Imperial (modern architecture)
Theatre, Kabuki (Kyôto)
Theatre, Kabuki Ôsaka (contemporary architecture)
Theatre Kabuki Tôkyô (contemporaray architecture)
Theater, Kumamoto Prefectural (modern architecture)
Theatre, Minamiza (Kyôto)
Theatre, National / Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Theatre, New National / Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Theatre, Nissei (contemporary architecture)
Theatre, Shiki (Tôkyô)
Thermal Spa (customs & traditions)
Third Millenium Gate (modern architecture)
Thousand warriors procession (festival)
Three Boats Procession (festivals & rites)
30 St Mary Axe (modern architecture)
395 (modern architecture)
Thunder + Lightning (nature)
Times I + II (modern architecture)
Tinguely Museum (modern architecture)
TIT Centennial Hall  (modern architecture)
= pagoda
Toba (city)
Tôbu-tetsudô-sumidagawa-kyôryô (bridge)
Toda Ujikane (history)
Tôdai = Tôkyô University
Tôdai-ji (temple)
Tod`s Omotesandô (modern architecture)
tofu = bean curd
Tôfuku-ji (temple)
Tôfuku-ji / Hôjô Hossô Garden (garden)
Tôgan-ji (temple)
Togetsu-kyô (bridge)
Tôgô Heihachirô (history)
Tôhoku (landscape)
Tôhoku-daigaku (university)
Toilet (custom & tradition)
Tô-ji (temple)
Tôjimbo (landscape)
Tôkagakudô (contemporary architecture)
Tôkaidô (historical long-distance road)
Tôkasaikan Building (contemporary architecture)
Tôken Headquarters Marunouchi Nagoya (modern architecture)
Tôkôdai = Tôkyô-kôgyô-daigaku (university)
tokonoma = alcove
Tokoro Masaaki (architect)
Tokugawa-en (garden)
Tokugawa Ieyasu (history)
Tokugawa Mitsukuni (history)
Tokugawa Art Museum (Nagoya)
Tokushima (city)
Tôkyô (city)
Tôkyô Big Sight (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Camii Mosque (architectue)
Tôkyô Central Post Office (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Central Station (Tôkyô)
Tôkyô City Hall (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Church of Christ (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Daigaku (university)
Tôkyô Design Center (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Dome (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Dome Hotel (modern architecture)
Tôkyô FM (radio station)
Tôkyô Geijutsu Daigaku (university)
Tôkyô Ginko Kyôkai Building (contemporary architecture)
Tôkyô Harumi Terminal (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Imperial Hotel (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Imperial Hotel, Old (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Institut of Technologie (university)
Tôkyô International Forum (modern architecture)
Tôkyô JR Central Station (Tôkyô)
Tôkyô Kôgyô Daigaku (university)
Tôkyô Marine & Fire Insurance (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Art Museum (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Art Space (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Festival Hall (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Government Office (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Gymnasium (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Metropolitan Teien Art Museum (contemporary museum)
Tôkyô Mode Gakuen (modern architecture)
Tokyo Motor Show 2013 (trade fair)

Tôkyô National Museum, Honkan (contemporary architecture)
Tôkyô National Museum, Hôryû-ji (modern architecture)
Tôkyô National Museum, Tôyôkan (architecture)
Tôkyô National Theater (modern architecture)
Tôkyô National Theater, New (modern architecture)
Tôkyô University of the Arts (education)
Tōkyō University of the Arts / Art Museum (modern architecture)
Tōkyō University of the Arts / Concert Hall (modern architecture)

Tôkyô Opera City Building (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Sankei Building (modern architecture)
Tôkyô Sky Tree (Tôkyô)
Tôkyô Stock Exchange = TSE
Tôkyô Star Bank (banking house)
Tôkyô Tower (Tôkyô)
Tôkyô Twin Parks (modern architecture)
Tôkyô University (education)
Tôkyô University, Gotenshita Memorial Arena (architecture)
Tôkyô University, Faculty of Law Bldg. (architekture)
Tôkyô University, Faculty of Letters Bldg. (architecture)
Tôkyô University, Yasuda Hall (contemporary architecture)
Tôkyô Wan Aqua-Line (bridge)
Tokyû Plaza Omotesando Harajuku (modern architecture)
Tôkyû Sekkei (architect)
TOM Gallery (modern architecture)
Tombstone (customs & traditions)
Tominaga Yuzuru (architect)
Topix (stock exchange)
Toppan Koishikawa Building (modern architecture)
Tora-san (Tôkyô)
Torchbearer (festival)
torii = shrine gate
Torre Unicredit Milano (modern architecture)
Torres, Elías (architect)
Toshiba (multinational group)
Toshiba Building (modern architecture)
toshi-no-ichi = year end market
Tôshôdai-ji (temple)
Tôshô-gû mausoleum (Nikkô)
Tottori (landscape)
Tourist Boat (traffic)
Touristic Service (work)
Tower Blocks (Tôkyô)
Tower House (modern architecture)
Tower of Winds (modern architecture)
Toy (custom & tradition)
Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture (modern architecture)
Toyoda Kiichirô (history)
Toyoda Shôichirô (history)
Toyohashi (city)
Toyohashi City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Toyosu (Tôkyô)
Toyota (city)
Toyota (multinational group)
Toyota Automobil Museum (Nagoya)
Toyota Auto Salon Amlux (modern architecture)
Toyota Bridge (modern architecture)
Toyota City Hall (modern architecture)
Toyota City Stadium (modern architecture)
Toyota Hall, Nagoya University (modern architecture)
Toyota Mainichi Building (modern architecture)
Toyota Municipal Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Toyota Sangô-kan (modern architecture)
Toyotomi Hideyoshi (history)
Trade fair (economy)
Trade Fair Hall Frankfurt (modern architecture)
Trade Fair Tower Frankfurt (modern architecture)
Traditional Arts
Traditional Dances (performing arts)
Traditional Instruments (performing arts)
Traditions
Traffic
Traffic Lights (traffic)
Traffic Police (work)
Tram (traffic)
Trans (modern architecture)
Transport of Goods (transportation)
Transvers Flute (traditional instruments)
Travel Guide (work)
Travel - inland (leisure)
Travel - overseas (leisure)
Trowbridge & Livingstone (architect)
Truck (transportation)
Truck Blessing (transportation)
Truss Wall House (modern architecture)
TSE = Tôkyô Stock Exchange
tsubaki = camellia
Tsubouchi Shôyô (author)
Tsuda Hall (modern architecture)
Tsugaru-Shamisen (instrument)
Tsukiji (Tôkyô)
Tsukiji Fish Market (Tôkyô)
Tsukiji-Hongan-ji (temple)
tsukimi = "moon viewing"
Tsukishima (Tôkyô)
Tsukuda (Tôkyô)
Tsukuda-ôhashi (bridge)
Tsumaki Yorinaka (architect)
tsunami = tidal wave

tsuri-daiko = drum on a stand
Tsurugaoka-Hachiman-gû (shrine)
Tsurumai-kôen (park)
Tsûtenkaku (modern architecture)
tsutsuji = azalea
Tsuwano (city)
Tsuwano-jô (castle)
Tumulus Ishibutai (Asuka)
Tumulus Nakaoyama (Asuka)
Tumulus Takamatsuzaka (Asuka)
Turrell, James (artist)
Tusquets, Oscar (architect)
TV Asahi (television station)
TV Tôkyô (television station)
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (modern architecture)
21-21 Design Sight (modern architecture)
Twin 21 Towers Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Twin 21 Mid Towers (modern architecture)
Twin 21 OBP Panasonic Tower (modern architecture)
Twin Parks Tôkyô (modern architecture)

U
Uchida Shigeru (architect)
Uchida Yoshikazu (architect)
Uchidake Jûtaku (contemporary architecture)
Uchii Shôzo (architect)
Uchikanda D.N.K. Bldg. (modern architecture)
Uchisaiwai-chô (Tôkyô)

udon = wheat noodles
Ueno (Tôkyô)
Ueno Green Club (modern architecture)
Ueno Park (Tôkyô)
UFJ Bank (banking house)
UFJ Bank Headquarters (modern architecture)
Uji (city)
Uji-bashi (bridge)
Ujigami-jinja (shrine)
Uji-gawa (river)
Uji Keihan Station (modern architecture)
U-jô (castle)
ukai = cormorant fishing
Ukiyoe Museum (modern architecture)
Ultra-nationalists (politics)
uma = horse
Umaya-bashi (bridge)
Umbrella, Japanese (paper art)
Umebayashi Katsu (architect)
Umeda (Ôsaka)
Umeda Hankyû Building (contemporary architecture)

Umeda Sky City (modern architecture)
Umemiya Tatsuo (Narita)
Umesawa Tomio (kabuki)
UN Studio (architectural office)
Ungers, Oswald Mathias (architect)
Unicredit Tower Milano (modern architecture)
Unhex Nani Nani (modern architecture)
United Arrows Harajuku (modern architecture)
United Nations Headquarters (modern architecture)
United Nations University (modern architecture)
United States Embassy (Tôkyô)
United Nations University (modern architecture)
Universities in Japan (education)
Universities in Tôkyô (Tôkyô)
University Aichi Prefectural (education)
University Chûkyô (education)
University Dôshisha, Chapel of (contemp. architecture)
University Dôshisha, Haris Science Hall (contemp. archit.)
University Dôshisha, Shôeikan (contemporary architecture)

University Hitotsubashi, Kanematsu Auditorium (architecture)
University Hôsei (modern architecture)
University Hôsei, Boissonade Tower (modern architecture)

University Keiô, New Library (modern architecture)
University Keiô, Old Library (contemporary architecture)
University Kinjjô-gakuin (education)
University Kôgakuin (modern architecture)
University Meiji, Liberty Tower (modern architecture)
University Meiji-gakuin (education)
University Meiji-gakuin, Chapel (contemporary architecture)
University Meiji-gakuin, Main Hall (modern architecture)
University Meiji-gakuin, Palette Zone (modern architecture)

University Nagoya, Research Center (modern architecture)
University Nanzan, Chapel of (modern architecure)
University Ôtani (education)
University Ôtani, Auditorium  (modern architecture)
University Ôtani, Headquarters (modern architecture)
University Rikkyô, Library (modern architecure)
University Sophia, Building No.1 (contemp. architecture)
University Sophia, Building No.10 (mod. architecture)
University Tôkyô, Gotenshita Memorial Arena (architecture)
University Tôkyô, Faculty of Law Building (architecture)
University Tôkyô, Faculty of Letters Building (architecture)
University Tôkyô, Yasuda Hall (contemp. architecture)
Universität Tōkyō of Fine Arts & Music (education)
Universität Tōkyō of Fine Arts & Music, Concert Hall
Universität Tōkyō of Fine Arts & Music, Art Museum

University, United Nations (modern architecure)
University Waseda, Hi-Tech Research (modern architecture)
University Waseda, Research Center (modern architecture)
University Waseda, Student Lounge (modern architecture)
Urabe Shizutarô (architect)
Urakami Cathedral (Nagasaki)
Urban Entertainment Center Almere (modern architecture)
Urban Motorway (Tôkyô)
Urban Motorway (traffic)
US Embassy (Tôkyô)
US Flag (flags)
Used Car Trade (traffic)
ushi = ox
Ushida Eisaku (architect)
Usuki (landscape)
Utzon, Jørn (architect)
Uwajima (city)
uyoku-dantai = right wing groups

V
v28 (modern architecture)
Van Berkel, Ben (architect)
Van Jour, Caux (architect)
Vangi, Giuliano (artist)
Vanke Pavilion / Expo 2015 (modern architecture)

Vegetable (food)
Vending Machine (consumption)
Vidyârâja (Iconography)
Villa Iwasaki (contemporary architecture)
Villa Katsura (garden)
Villa Moderna (modern architecture)
Vine Bridge (architecture)
Viñoly, Rafael (architect)
Visiting Card (work)
Visual Kei (trend)
Vitra Conference Pavilion (modern architecture)
Vitra Design Museum (modern architecture)
Vitra Factory Building (modern architecture)
Vitra Fire Station (modern architecture)
Vitra Gate (modern architecture)
Vitra Workshop (modern architecture)
Vories, William Merrell (architect)
Yoshitsune = Minamoto Yoshitsune
Volcanic Crater (Mt. Aso)
Volcanic Crater (Mt. Fuji)
Volcanic Island (Sakurajima)
Votive picture (Shintô)
Vuitton Ginza Building (modern architecture)
Vuitton Nagoya Building (modern architecture)
Vuitton Namiki Building (modern architecture)
Vuitton Omotesandô Building (modern architecture)
Vuitton Roppongi Hills Building (modern architecture)

W
Wacoal Kojimachi Bldg. (modern architecture)
Wada Junken (architect)
wagasa = Japanese umbrella
Wagener, Gottfried (history)
Wakabayashi Hiroyuki (architect)
Wakamaru (robot)
Wakasa Beach (leisure)
Wakayama (city)
Wake no Kiyomaru (statue / Tôkyô)
Wako Department Store (contemporary architecture)
Wall Avenue (modern architecture)
Wallfahrtsdom Neviges (contemporary architecture)
War Dead Memorial of Tôkyô (modern architecture)
wasabi = Japanese horseradish
Wasabi Farm Daio (vegetables & spices)
Waseda-daigaku (university)
Waseda Studence (modern architecture)
Waseda University (education)
Waseda University / Department of Literature (mod. architecture)
Waseda University / Hi-Tech Research (modern architecture)
Waseda University / Research Center (modern architecture)
Waseda University / Student Lounge (modern architecture)
Washington Hotel Sakuragichô (modern architecture)
Washington Hotel Shinjuku (modern architecture)
washoku = Japanese cuisine
Waste Disposal (work)
Watanabe Eiji (architect)
Watanabe Fukuzô (architect)
Watanabe Jin (architect)
Watanabe Makoto Sei (architect)
Watanabe Setsu (architect)
Watanabe Yôji (architect)
Watari-Um Museum (modern architecture)
Water (nature)
Water Purification Plant Mt. Kujô (contemporary architecture)
Water Sports (leisure)
Waterfall (bodies of water)
Waterway (traffic)
WDR Arkaden Cologne (modern architecture)

Weathercock House (contemporary architecture)
Web (modern architecture)
Wedded Rocks (landscape)
Wedding Ceremony (tradition)
Wedge (modern architecture)
Week (modern architecture)
Weissenhof Estate - Mies van der Rohe (modern architecture)
Weißenhofsiedlung Stuttgart (modern architecture)
Wesley, John (university)
West Japan General Exhibition Center (modern architecture)
Westend Tower (modern architecture)
Westin Miyako Kyôtô (contemporary architecture)
Westin Miyako Kyôto / annex Kasuien (contemporary architecture)
Wheelchair (elderly)
Wheelchair Robot (technology)
Whisky (food & drinks)
White Plaza (modern architecture)
white trash charms japan (modern architecture)
Williams, Channing Moore (university)
Williams, Glynn (artist)
Wilmotte, Jean-Michel (architect)
Wind Egg (modern architecture)
Wind Instrument (traditional instruments)
Window Cleaner (work)
Wind Power (energy production)
Windsurfing (leisure)
Wine Museum Ôsaka (modern architecture)
Winter, Early (season)
Winter, Late (season)
Winter, Mid- (season)
Wisdom Tea House (architecture)
Wohnhof Berlin (modern architecture)
Wood (forestry)
Wood processing (forestry)
Wood transportation (forestry)
Wooden Bridge (architecture)
Woods, Tiger (advertising)
Work
Worker
Workshop (architect)
Workstation (architect)
World Cup 2002, Soccer (sports)
World Peace Memorial Church (Hiroshima)
World Trade Center New York (modern architecture)
World Trade Center Ôsaka (modern architecture)
World Trade Center Tôkyô (modern architecture)
Wright, Frank Lloyd (architect)
Würth, Kunsthalle (modern architecture)

X
Xavier, Francis (history)
Xavier, Francis Memorial Church Kagoshima
Xavier, Francis Memorial Church Yamaguchi

Y
Yabe Matakichi (architect)
Yabusame (festivals & rites)
Yachida Akio (architect)
Yaesu Daibiru Tôkyô (contemporary architecture)
Yakisoba (food)
Yakushi-ji (temple)
Yakushima Island (landscape)
yashiro = shrine
Yamada Mamoru (architect)
Yamada Shômei Headquarters (modern architecture)
Yamaguchi (city)
Yamaguchi Hanroku (architect)
Yamaguchi Prefecture, Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Yamaha (multinational group)
Yamamoto Riken (architect)
Yamamoto Shinsuke (artist)
Yamato Shin (artist)
Yamanaka-jô (castle)
Yamanashi Broadcasting & Press Center (modern architecture)
Yamanashi Prefecture Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Yamanashi Prefecture Museum of Literature (modern architecture)
Yamanouchi Kazutoyo (history)
Yamanoue Hotel (contemporary architecture)
Yamasaki Minoru (architect)
Yamashita Kazumasa (architect)
Yamashita Park (Yokohama)
Yamashita Park Renovation (modern architecture)
Yamashita Sekkei (architect)
Yamate 111-ban-kan (modern architecture)
Yamate 234-ban-kan (modern architecture)
Yamato Courier Service (transportation)
Yamato International (modern architecture)
Yamato Period (history)
Yamato Takeru (history)
Yamanashi Prefectural Science Center (Kôfu City)
Yamanote Line (rail traffic)
Yamauchi Katsutoyo (history)
Yamauchi Ken (architect)
Yamayaki (festivals & rites)
Yamazaki Memorial Hall (contemporary architecture)
Yanagisawa Takahiko (architect)
Yano Jirô (university)
Yasaka-jinja (shrine)
Yasuda Auditorium / Tôkyô University (contemporary architecture)
Yasuda Haruhiko (artist)
Yasui Architects (architect)
Yasui Takeo (architect)
Yasukuni-jinja (shrine)
Yasuoka Katsuya (architect)
Yatsushiro (city)
Yatsushiro Civic Hall (modern architecture)
Yatsushiro Fire Station (modern architecture)
Yatsushiro Municipal Museum (modern architecture)
Yatsuka Hajime (architect)
Yayoi-no-machiya (modern architecture)
Yayoi Period (history)
Year End Market (Tôkyô festivals)
Yebisu Garden Place (Tôkyô)
Yebisu Garden Place Tower (modern architecture)
Yen = Currency
YH Building (modern architecture)
Y.M.D. Building (modern architecture)
Yodo-gawa (river)
Yodoya-bashi (bridge)
Yoh Shôei (architect)
Yokkaichi (city)
Yokogawa Ken (architect)
Yokogawa Tamisuke (architect)
Yokohama (city)
Yokohama Akarenga Renovation (modern architecture)
Yokohama Archives of History (modern architecture)
Yokohama Bank (banking house)
Yokohama Bank, old (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Bank Kyôkai (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Bay Bridge (architecture)
Yokohama Business Park (modern architecture)
Yokohama City Hall (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Civic Hall (modern architecture)
Yokohama Grand InterContinental Hotel (modern architecture)
Yokohama I-Land Tower (modern architecture)
Yokohama International Stadium (soccer)
Yokohama Kaigan Church (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Kyôritsu Gakuen (modern architecture)
Yokohama Mitsui Bussan Building (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Museum of Art (modern architecture)
Yokohama Shiro Church (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Shôkin Ginkô (contemporary architecture)
Yokohama Stadium (baseball)
Yokohama Washington Hotel Sakuragichô (modern architecture)
Yomiuri Shinbun (publishing house)
Yoshiba Itsurô (architect)
Yoshida Eizô (architect)
Yoshida Isoya (architect)
Yoshida Shôin (history)
Yoshida Tetsurô (architect)
Yoshida-jô (castle)
Yoshii Shigenori (architect)
Yoshimura Junzô (architect)
Yoshimura Tokuichi (architect)
Yoshino-Kumano National Park (landscape)
Yoshinoya (fast food restaurant)
Yoshitaka Satake (lord of the castle)
Yoshitsune = Minamoto Yoshitsune
Yoshizaka Takamasa (architect)
Yoyogi Forest Building (modern architecture)
Yoyogi no Mori Park Mansion (modern architecture)
Yoyogi Park (Tôkyô)
Y Residence (modern architecture)
Yukino Motokichi (architect)
Yurakuchô Mullion (modern architecture)
yûransen = tourist boat
Yurikan Museum (contemporary architecture)
Yushima-seidô (temple)
Yûshûkan Museum (contemporary architecture)
Yûshûkan / Dôshisha University (contemporary architecture)

Z
Za-Koenji Public Theatre (modern architecture)
Zen Garden (architecture)
Zeniarai-Benten (shrine)
Zenkô-ji (temple)
Zentrum für Virtuelles Engineering / ZVE (modern architecture)
Zentsû-ji (temple)
Zeze-jô (castle)
zither, 13 strings long (instruments)
Zôchoten (iconography)
Zôjô-ji (temple)
Zollverein SANAA Building (modern architecture)
zôri = Japanese wooden clogs
Zuigan-ji (temple)
zuijin = warrior guardian in Shintô shrine
Zuiki-matsuri (festivals & rites)
Zuisen-ji (temple)

Zúñiga, Francisco (artist)