Shibashi is one of the older train stations in Tokyo. Is a mayor commutation hub that can get really crowded at rush hours. But walking along the bridge, surrounded by the smell of Ramen noodles or Yakitori, and having a beer or two in a small Izakaya is one of those experiences that allows you to catch a glimpse of the real flavor of Tokyo.
Designed by the architect Kisho Kurokawa this building is one of the few remaining examples of the Japanese Metabolism movement. Surrounded by an elevated highway and several buildings is easy to miss this particular tower with resemblances to something came out of a science fiction book