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Takotsuba: The Psychological State of Heartbreak

The Japanese word for heartbreak is Takotsuba. People now buy relationship experiences where they can achieve desire “a la carte”. The physical and psychological pains of rejection are catalysts to emotional or physical dependencies. Begging the question, what if the surrounding air-space of the Marunouchi district of Tokyo was transformed into a place for salary-people to process Takotsuba?