Tokyo: it's a giant city, a total city which never stops growing.

It has destroyed its natural spaces and has created its own weather. With 13 million inhabitants, Tokyo is an amalgam of condensed urban worlds.

And yet, deep down inside, Tokyoites have not completely broken with the deep spiritual bonds that tie them to nature. This nostalgia is embedded in the city's history.

City planners, citizens, politicians, will rely on this ancestral link to rethink the city.

They are currently in the middle of reconsidering their relationship with nature and their way of creating cities.

Do they have the chance to change the largest metropolis on the planet?

Ten times destroyed, constantly rebuilt, Tokyo, a city of raw energy, will surprise once again …