The theme of Part 3 is "Structures". Out of the cities I've visited, Tokyo by far has the most interesting solutions to architecture. Take a look at Naoto Fukasawa's ±0 Showroom for instance. The optimization of space is phenomenal.
The ±0 Showroom from the back.
Looking into the showroom from the street.
Calculators on display.
Coffee maker with timer.
The Shibuya crossing at night.
The Shibuya crossing at day.
Neon lights of Shibuya.
Tokyo crossing lights show wait times using vertical "loading bars".
The Shinjuku Washington Hotel.
Streets of Shinjuku with the Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower in the background.
A rainy night in Shinjuku.
On the train to Iidabashi.
Passageway at Iidabashi station.
The exit of Iidabashi station...
... and the entrance.
Some of the older stations like Ginza have very low ceilings.
A vintage building in Chiyoda.
The massive gate of Yasukuni Shrine.
Subway station advertisement.
Neighborhood streets of Kichijōji.
A home in Kichijōji marked with the owner's name.
A clean curb-cut solution found in Mitaka.
That strange looking gold/black building is the famous Asahi Beer Hall designed by Philippe Starck.
Beautifully unified backstreets of Nakamise.
Residential streets near Nakamise.
Omotesando Hills, designed by Tadao Ando.
Alteration shop at Omotesando Hills.
Tableware store at Omotesando Hills.
A sphere of live plants at a mall in Roppongi.
Directional signage in Roppongi.
Elevators found somewhere in Midtown. Good use of translucency.
The clean streets of Ginza.
Elevators at the Ginza Uniqlo store. Notice how the store is 12 floors high.
Look inside a glass display at the store.
Parking for a Chanel store.
The Swarovski facade designed by Tokujin Yoshioka.