I used to work as a medical secretary to a famous child neurological pediatrician but unfortunately he passed away three years ago. One of his friends, a Dutch medical professor visited in Japan to give his lectures about Rett syndrome (a rare, severe neurological disorder for girls) last week. Since he has extra time, I guided him to Hamarikyu, Omotesasndo and Harajyuku.
One of the most impressed things he experienced was Architectural Design Concept of Omotesando: The first was to use the underground space, placing half the building below ground, resulting in a structure no taller than the zelkova trees lining the avenue. The second idea was to incorporate the gentle slope of Omotesando with the building’ public spaces.
If you plan to visit Tokyo, please let me guide you. My tour website is https://triplelights.com/profile/3624