The urban planning and the reconstruction of Japan during the metabolist time had provided some of the great architects such as Maekawa Kunio and Tange Kenzo. Maekawa actually had supported the concept of the use of the modern works from the west in the metabolist architecture. The contemporary buildings which were built during this time period had been influenced from the concepts of Tatamai flooring but the designs, the steel, the gardens and the sculptures which were used in the design had been constructed from the ideas of the west. The new city planning in Japan which was done by Maki Fumikiko who also gave the suggestion related to the principles of cocooning around the inner space. The use o he ideas of the Buddhist in the architecture had also been influenced. He further implemented the western influence in the architecture in the form of the use of the designs in such a manner that the emphasis had been laid more and more on the view of the garden and the sky designs. Thus, it can be said that this architectural concept had been completely based on the concept of change and how the same does had an influence from the western architecture. The architectures also used the open staircases and the bridges so as to facilitate good atmosphere and also to ensure a standard living. Further the ideas of the west had been strengthened when the open courtyards had been used in the buildings. This also included the terrace spaces in the building itself, a space for the pedestrian walking and the construction of the bridges in order to ensure that there is a connection of the buildings.
The architecture of metabolists has an influence on the architectural community of Japan. Other than this, it had a significant influence of the architecture of the west. The metabolist architecture had accepted the Western Stereotype of Japan. The proposals of the metabolists had been accepted by the people with a great interest. Initially when the town planning had been done in the western style, the people of Japan responded to the urban situation which had been characterized by the lack of infrastructure and the absence of city planning.