Nostalgic Buildings TOKYO

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The beautiful visuals are like a photo book, and the texts vividly convey the images of each era. An unprecedented guide to buildings from the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras that can be enjoyed by looking at and reading about famous buildings.

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●Ueno/Hongo Area
Tokyo National Museum, Honkan and Hyokeikan
Kurosawa Building
Former Iwasaki Residence Western-style Wing
Hatoyama Kaikan
Nezu Church
March Ecute Kanda-Mansebashi
Hongo Chuo Church of the Christian Church of Japan
Koishikawa Branch, The University of Tokyo Museum
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Red Brick Building No.1 and No.2
Yamamoto Dental Clinic / Tokyo Lutheran Center Bldg.
Ueda Residence / Sakae Building

●Ginza/Marunouchi Area
Meiji Seimei Kan
Okuno Building
Nihonbashi Takashimaya
Gakushi Kaikan
Hori Building
BORDEAUX
Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store
Taiyo Shokai Maruishi Building
Ministry of Justice Old Main Building/Yonei Building

●Tsukiji Area
Tsukiji Catholic Church
St. Luke’s Chapel/Twistler Memorial Hall
Yamani Securities Co.
Nishinakadori Community Safety Center, Tsukishima Police Station, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department
Former Tokyo Municipal Housing for Shops
Momoyusha
Murabayashi Building

●Shinjuku and Ikebukuro area
Waseda University Aizu Yaichi Memorial Museum and Theater Museum
Nihon-kan, a student boarding house
Banko Lodge, Seibuchi Bunko
Jiyu Gakuen Asakusa-kan
Toshima Ward Zoshigaya Mission Hall 1
St. Cibrian Cathedral, Mejiro Anglican Church
Count Ogasawara Residence
Gakushuin University North Annex
Rikkyo University, Cafeteria No.1
Central Park Cultural Center
Former Toyotama Prison Gate

●Shibuya and Meguro Area
Akasaka Prince Classic House
Seitoku Memorial Picture Gallery
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
Former Keio University Library and Mita Speech Hall
Azabu Nanbu-zaka Church of the Christian Church of Japan
Restaurant Raphael
Komazawa University Museum of Zen Culture and History
Takanawa Fire Station Nihonnenoki Sub-branch
Waro Flat Building I & II

Pages:
200
ISBN:
978-4767830698
Release Date:
October, 2022
Language:
Japanese
Publisher:

Author profile

Shunsuke Kurakata

Born in Tokyo. He is an associate professor at Osaka City University. In addition to researching and criticizing the history of architecture, he is working to bring architecture and society closer, such as serving as an executive committee member of the architectural public event “Ikefes Osaka”.

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Weight 601 g
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Shunsuke Kurakata

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