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Completed in 2018 in Minato City, Japan. Images by Takuya Watanabe Photography, KOKYU MIWA ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY. Okura Legacy─Inheritance of creative endeavors - Hotel Okura Tokyo opened in 1962…
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