The Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio Taniguchi       The Okura Tokyo was completed in 1962 by a team of five architects led by Yoshiro Taniguchi, who designed The welcome hall himself. Modern), but the uniquely Japanese aesthetic is brought to life by artisans who decorate the space with silk wall finishes, delicate wooden lattices, custom-made tiles, carpets and light fixtures. The large warehouse is a carefully designed and executed space. This is a project ahead of its time and an important part of the history of modern architecture in Japan, but sadly it will soon be gone.The Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio TaniguchiThe Okura Tokyo Designed by Yoshio Taniguchi

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