In the spring of 2017, a group of U of M architecture students visited the Japanese cities of Tokyo and Osaka, tracing the historical remnants of postwar and Postmodern Japanese architecture. This exhibition examines new types of domestic spaces in the crowded urban city of Tokyo, including the importance of the convenience store and the so-called “manga cafes” to Japanese daily life. Exhibition opening presentation Wednesday, January 10 at noon in the Art & Architecture Auditorium, followed by an opening reception in the Taubman College Gallery. Exhibition will be on view in the Taubman College Gallery January 10 - January 26. The Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan is a leader in interdisciplinary education and research with a focus on creating a more beautiful, inclusive and better built environment. The college and its alumni are committed to pushing the boundaries of architectural practice, advancing global engagement, and significantly enhancing diversity in the profession. The college offers the following degrees: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture, Master of Urban Planning, Master of Urban Design, and PhD programs.