鶹tvý's Tokyo

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鶹tvý's Tokyo

6-4-18, Toyosu

Koto City




About 鶹tvý's Tokyo

鶹tvý’s Tokyo is the second of our affiliated overseas centres after 鶹tvý’s Hong Kong. It opened in 2016 after a local group worked for many years to bring the 鶹tvý’s concept to Japan.

鶹tvý’s Tokyo was made possible thanks to the tenacity and determination of Masako Akiyama, Director of Hakujuji Visiting Nurse Station in Japan, and Miho Suzuki, a young journalist who was diagnosed with breast cancer aged just 24.

The main building was designed by Cosmos More, with the annex museum of design by Nikken Sekkei with architecture coordination by Abe Tsutomu, Kana Aoyama, and Yumiko Sato.

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