Imagining a world without advertising…it’s hard, right? Our neighborhoods are bombarded with names in neon lights, billboards, and banners. What the bustling streets of the Japanese capital would look like without logos, slogans, and company names is hard to imagine. The excess of symbols and clutter is certainly obvious, but advertising is part of the architecture and urban landscape. Advertising is like an artistic expression that connects day and nightlife. In the field of image, a huge and separate world of art exists. The installation “Tokyo” aims to reveal the uniqueness of Japanese advertising and compare it with the beauty of nature. These two different worlds can be discovered in the aesthetic and harmonious Paupis district.