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The documentary begins with an explanation of how the crows, ubiquitous birds in Tokyo, use natural materials or recycled artificial materials to build their nests, depending on their preferences, in the same way that people choose and customise their homes to suit their lives and tastes. Due to the lack of space in Tokyo, domestic life spreads in the urban environment, causing interactions between citizens to occur.

The documentary looks at miniature buildings that are constructed on small plots, which show a high level of inventiveness from their authors and those who live there, making them exceptional examples of architecture. 

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