What does Tokyo have as a genuine landmark?
Well, there's 52-year-old Tokyo Tower, but that's not the draw it once was. Or there's Tokyo Sky Tree, which, at 603 meters high, is set to be the world's tallest broadcasting tower when it's completed soon. But so what?
What Tokyo really needs is a historical monument symbolizing the essence of the Japanese spirit, culture and lifestyle, argues a Tokyo-based citizens' group whose aim is to rebuild what it considers the ultimate symbol of Tokyo: the main tower of Edo Castle.