Tokyo is a city that, like most big cities, is constantly reinventing itself.
There are more than a dozen national parks, many with a history as long-lasting as the city itself.
But, while the capital of Japan is the largest city on the planet, it also has the most people, and one of the most impressive collections of architectural, cultural and design history.
While many of the best interior design schools in the world have moved overseas to study abroad, Tokyo still has a huge, thriving interior design scene.
That’s why, as we embark on our first year of our Japanese Interior Design Course, we decided to look back at some of the things that we have learned over the years and how to get started.
If you’ve never taken the course, or you’ve been studying abroad, you can find out more at: What is Japanese Interior design?
Japanese Interior design is a set of skills that encompasses everything from designing a restaurant, to building an art gallery, to designing a hotel.
You might not be able to tell if you have any of these skills, but you will.
The skills required to design a restaurant or gallery are relatively straightforward.
You need to understand the layout of a restaurant and understand the types of food you can serve.
You also need to know the types and styles of furniture you can use to decorate the dining room, the interior of a home or the living room.
Once you have these skills you will be able:Create your own designs for the exterior of your house, and set the furniture to suit your tastes and preferences.