New Mixed-Use Redevelopment Project to Open in Tokyo’s Hibiya

IN WITH THE NEW: When Japanese property developer Mitsui Fudosan said in 2005 that it would tear down the historic Sanshin Building in Tokyo’s Hibiya district, it was met with opposition by historians and architects who sought to preserve the property.
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