"Life-Sized City" host Mikael Colville-Andersen walks through a small street in Japan with his smiling guide. | "Life-Sized City: Tokyo"
Life-Sized City: Tokyo

Tokyo

Modern Tokyo is a fascinating urban mystery. The largest urban agglomeration in the world, it is home to 38 million people.

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