The Architecture of Tokyo

Watanabe Hiroshi

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E1  - 1951

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, KAMAKURA

Kamakura city, Kanagawa
architect: Sakakura Junzo, Architects & Engineers

E2 - 1954     NEZU INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS

architect: Imai Kenji and Naito Tachu

 

E3 - 1954    KANAGAWA PREFECTURAL CONCERT HALL AND LIBRARY

architect: Kunio Mayekawa, Architect and Associates

 

E4 - 1955    FIFTY-FIVE BUILDING, HOSEI UNIVERSITY
architect: Oe Hiroshi

 

E5 - 1955    INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF JAPAN

architect: Kunio Mayekawa, Architect and Associates

 

E6 - 1954    ST. ANSELM'S MEGURO CHURCH

architect: Antonin Raymond

 

E7 - 1956    ST. ALBAN'S CHURCH

architect: Antonin Raymond

 

E8 - 1956    NUMBER 2 PLANT, CHICHIBU CEMENT COMPANY

architect: Taniguchi Yoshiro + Nikken Sekkei

 
E9 - 1958   TOKYO TOWER
architect: Nikken Sekkei + Naito Tachu

 

E10 - 1958   JAPAN ART ACADEMY

architect: Yoshida Isoya

 

E11 - 1958   SKY HOUSE

architect: Kikutake Kiyonori and Associates

 

E12 - 1958   MAIN HALL, ZENSHOJI TEMPLE

architect: Shirai Seiichi, Architect and Associates

 

E13 - 1958   SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM, TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

architect: Taniguchi Yoshiro

 

E14 - 1959   THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WESTERN ART
architect: Le Corbusier

E22 - 1962   ATHENEE FRANCAIS

architects: Yoshizaka Takamasa and Atelier U

 

E23 - 1962   DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE, WASEDA UNIVERSITY

architects: Murano and Mori, Associated Architects

 

E24 - 1962   HOTEL OKURA

architects: Hotel Okura Construction Committee (chairman: Taniguchi Yoshiro)

E42 - 1966   NATIONAL THEATER

architect: Iwamoto Hiroyuki (Takenaka Corporation)

 

E43 - 1967   YUKARI CULTURAL KINDERGARTEN

architect: Kenzo Tange and URTEC

 

E44 - 1967   CHIBA PREFECTURAL CULTURE HALL

architect: Otaka Masato, Architect and Associates

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E45 - 1967

AZUMA RESIDENCE (TOWER HOUSE)

Shibuya ward, Tokyo

architect: Azuma Takamitsu

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E46 - 1967

DENTSU HEADQUARTERS BUILDING

Chuo ward, Tokyo
architect: Kenzo Tange and URTEC

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E47 - 1967

SHIZUOKA PRESS AND BROADCASTING CENTER

静岡新聞・静岡放送東京支社 - Shizuoka Shinbun, Shizuoka Hōsō Tōkyō Shisha

Chuo ward, Tokyo
architect: Kenzo Tange and URTEC

E68 - 1969   JAPAN LUTHERAN COLLEGE AND JAPAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

architects: Murano and Mori, Associated Architects

 

E69 - 1970   GYMNASIUM, NIPPON DENTAL UNIVERSITY

architects: Kajima Corporation (Shin'ichi Okada)

E72 - 1970   SKY BUILDING NUMBER THREE

architects: Watanabe Yoji

F2 - 1971   MASAYOSHI NAKAMURA MUSEUM (CUBIC FOREST)

architects: Shinohara Kazuo

 

F3 - 1971   SAKURA CITY HALL

architects: Kisho Kurokawa, Architect and Associates

 

F4 - 1971   KEIO PLAZA HOTEL

architects: Nihon Sekkei

 

F5 - 1971   VILLA SERENA

architects: Sakakura Associates

 

F6 - 1971   SAITAMA PREFECTURAL MUSEUM

architects: Kunio Mayekawa, Architect and Associates

 

F7 - 1971   IBM JAPAN HEAD OFFICES

architects: Nikken Sekkei, Planners, Architects and Engineers

 

F8 - 1971   KAJIMA CORPORATION HEADQUARTERS BUILDING

architects: Kajima Corporation and Shin'ichi Okada, Architect and Associates

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F9 - 1972

NAKAGIN CAPSULE TOWER BUILDING

Chuo ward, Tokyo

architects: Kisho Kurokawa, Architect and Associates

F10 - 1972   FOUNDER'S HALL, SEICHOJI TEMPLE

architects: Shozo Uchii, Architect and Associates

 

F11 - 1973   OSSUARY AND CHAPEL, TOKOROZAWA SEICHI CEMETERY

architects: Ikehara Laboratory (Ikehara Yoshiro)

 

F12 - 1973   SECOND PHASE, HILLSIDE TERRACE

architects: Maki and Associates

 

F13 - 1973   NAKANO SUN PLAZA HALL (aka NATIONAL LABOUR YOUTH CENTRE)

architects: Nikken Sekkei, Planners, Architects and Engineers

 

F14 - 1973   TOKYO BUILDING, SANWA BANK

architects: Nikken Sekkei, Planners, Architects and Engineers

 

F15 - 1974   HEADQUARTERS, THE INDUSTRIAL BANK OF JAPAN

architects: Murano and Mori, Associated Architects

 

F16 - 1974   SUPREME COURT BUILDING

architects: Shin'ichi Okada, Architect and Associates

 

F17 - 1974   TOKYO MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY BUILDING

architects: Kunio Mayekawa, Architect and Associates

F32 - US EMBASSY CHANCELLERY

F47 - 1981   SHOTO MUSEUM

architects: Shirai Seiichi

F53 - 1982   MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, SAITAMA

architects: Kisho Kurokawa, Architect and Associates

 

F54 - 1982   NEW TAKANAWA PRINCE HOTEL

architects: Murano and Mori, Associated Architects

 

F55 - 1982   ANNEX, JAPAN FOLK CRAFTS MUSEUM

architects: Yamashita Kazumasa

 

F56 - 1982   HOUSE AT A BUS STOP

architects: Kunihiko Hayakawa, Architect and Associates

 

F57 - 1982   SHINJUKU NS BUILDING

architects: Nikken Sekkei, Planners, Architects and Engineers

 

F58 - 1982   AKASAKA PRINCE HOTEL

architects: Kenzo Tange and URTEC

 

F59 - 1982   KENCHIKU KAIKAN

architects: Akimoto Kazuo

 

F60 - 1982   HIGASHI TAMAGAWA COMPLEX

architects: Shinohara Kazuo

 

F61 - 1983   UNITED STATES EMBASSY HOUSING

architects: Harry Weese and Associates, Architects and Engineers

 

F62 - 1983   GENERAL RESEARCH ARCHIVES, TOKYO UNIVERSITY

architects: Koyama Atelier (Kohyama Hisao)

 

F63 - 1983   HOUSE AT A CROSSROAD

architects: Kunihiko Hayakawa, Architect and Associates

 

F64 - 1983   TSUKUBA CENTRE BUILDING

architects: Arata Isozaki and Associates

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F65 - 1983

WASEDA EL DORADO

Shinjuku ward, Tokyo

architects: Von Jour Caux

F66 - 1983   NATIONAL NO THEATRE

architects: Hiroshi Oe, Architect and Associates

 

F67 - 1983   GA GALLERY

architects: AMS Architects (Suzuki Makoto)

 

F68 - 1984   LP HOUSE II

architects: Komiyama Akira

 

F69 - 1984   GALLERY OF TOUCH-ME-ART

architects: Naito Hiroshi

 

F70 - 1984   WACOAL KOJIMACHI BUILDING

architects: Kisho Kurokawa, Architect and Associates

 

F71 - 1984   NC HOUSE

architects: Itsuko Hasegawa Architectural Design Studio

F73 - 1984   TOY BLOCK HOUSE X

architects: Aida Takefumi

 

F74 - 1985   JISSEN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY

architects: Daiichi-Kobo Associates (Takahashi Teiichi)

 

F75 - 1985   ATRIUM

architects: Kunihiko Hayakawa, Architect and Associates

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F76 - 1985

EISHIN HIGASHINO HISH SCHOOL

Iruma city, Saitama

architects: Christopher Alexander and Hansjoachim Neis (C.E.S)

F80 - 1985   ANNEX, HILLSIDE TERRACE

architects: Makoto Motokura / Kenchiku Design Studio

 

F81 - 1986   GAZEBO

architects: Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop

 

F82 - 1986   YOGA PROMENADE

architects: Atelier Zo and Research Centre for Planning Technology

 

F83 - 1986   NEW ANNEX, NATIONAL DIET LIBRARY

architects: Kunio Mayekawa, Architect and Associates

 

F84 - 1986   RISE

architects: Atsushi Kitagawara and ILCD