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The subject of this paper is devoted to a short summary of the "city planning/utopia" combination that influenced most of the urban projects developed in Japan for its capital in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It aims to illustrate the relationship between the geneses of the visionary experiments of a new generation of architects, and the economic and cultural background of postwar Japan, at the dawn of its economic miracle. Focusing on the elements that promoted a strong criticism of currentdoi:10.3130/jaabe.5.253 fatcat:e2jo6tpey5fxpcmbea6cm6di7a