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Alejandro is an architect specialized in architectural history and heritage conservation, living and working both in Spain and Japan. Since his move to Tokyo in 2010, he has been researching the Japanese philosophy for the conservation of wooden monuments. He completed his MA at the University of Tokyo in 2013 and is now working on his doctoral thesis. His main interests are traditional Japanese architecture and design, Japanese history, and urban history. Under the appearance of a modern metropolis, the authentic city of Tokyo lies on centuries of history and tradition. He enjoys helping others discover this during their visit to Tokyo.