Dezeen promotion: Japanese showcase Tokyo Genius Expo welcomed over 100,000 guests through its doors last month, as part of the country's biggest design event.
During this year's Tokyo Designers Week, the 10-day show ran from 25 October to 3 November in the woods of Jingu Shrine.
It exhibited work by emerging and established designers, brands and universities from across Japan.
The Architectural Model & Project Proposal Exhibition featured models and proposals devised by 13 prominent Japanese architects, including Sou Fujimoto, Junya Ishigami, Kazuyo Sejima and Terunobu Fujimori.
Visitors were given the opportunity to take a closer look at their work and see how the projects came together.
A newly created prize called Dare to Dream Design Award made its debut at the Expo, with the intention of preserving and promoting the history of the kimono, a traditional Japanese garment.
Entries were reviewed by a panel of judges including British designer Ross Lovegrove, and the winner's work was displayed in a special booth during Tokyo Designers Week 2014.
Elsewhere, the Hokusai Manga-inspired Exhibition showcased the work of 53 established and burgeoning Japanese artists, while the Super Robot Exhibition attempted to explore the intersection between creativity and technology.
Tokyo Genius Expo also played host to the first World Design Week Summit, which saw eighteen organisers of design weeks from around the world come together to discuss potential collaborations and projects.
Photographs are by Luke Hayes.