790px Homeless man Tokyo 2008 300x227 Homeless Tokyo  The word nojuku in Japanese means something like sleeping outside or under the stars or in a rough place. “Box people” is not an exact translation.

In 1991-2, the economic bubble was about to burst, but there were already homeless in a few places, mainly around Shinjuku Station. I pointed out that the living arrangements of Tokyo’s homeless weren’t only architecture. They were Japanese architecture.

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