DOCOMOMO JAPAN145

DOCOMOMO Japan Selection 145
1. Dojunkai Apartments* (Dojunkai Foundation, Building Department, 1926-34)
2. Sumitomo Building* (Sumitomo Eizen Design Office, 1926)
3. Chochiku-kyo* (Kohji FUJII, 1928)
4. Kosuge Prison* (Shigeo KAMBARA, 1929)
5. Tokyo Central Post Office* (Tetsuro YOSHIDA, 1931)
6. TSUCHIURA House*(Kameki TSUCHIURA, 1935)
7. Ube City Public Hall* (Tohgo MURANO, 1937)
8. Keio Gijuku Yochisya Elementary School* (Yoshiro TANIGUCHI+SONE CHUJO Architectural Office, 1937)
9. Miyuki-no-ma, Hasshokan* (Sutemi HORIGUCHI, 1950)
10. The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura* (Junzo SAKAKURA, 1951)
11. Hiroshima Peace Center* (Kenzo TANGE, 1952)
12. HARA House* (Makoto MASUZAWA, 1953)
13. Kanagawa Prefectural Library and Music Hall* (Kunio MAYEKAWA, 1954)
14. Chichibu Cement Daini (No.2) Plant* (Yoshiro TANIGUCHI+Nikken Sekkei, 1956,58)
15. Kagawa Prefectural Government Hall* (Kenzo TANGE,1958)
16. Hizuchi Elementary School *(Masatsune MATSUMURA,1958)
17. Gumma Music Center* (Antonin RAYMOND,1961)
18. National Olympic Stadiums* (Kenzo TANGE,1964)
19. Inter-University Seminar House* (Takamasa YOSHIZAKA,1965),
20. Palaceside Building*(Nikken Sekkei,1966)
21. Kyoto Nishijin Telephone Exchange (Roku IWAMOTO,1921)
22. Myonichi-kan, Jiyu Gakuen (F. L. Wright,1921)
23. YAMAMURA Residence (F. L. Wright, 1924)
24. MOTONO House (Seigo MOTONO,1924)
25. Haku-shika-kan, Tatsuuma-Honke Brewing Co.,Ltd. (Junichiro ISHIKAWA,1930)
26. Morigo Company Tokyo Branch (Togo MURANO,1931)
27. Asahi Building (Jun-ichiro ISHIKAWA, 1931)
28. Tokyo Women’s Christian University (Antonin RAYMOND,1924-1931)
29. Kimura Industrial Laboratory (Kunio MAYEKAWA,1932)
30. Daimaru Osaka Shinsai-bashi Department Store (William M. VORIES,1933)
31. Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau Subway System Midosuji Line (Design Section of the Special Railway Construction Department of the City of Osaka, 1933)
32. Osaka Gas Building (Takeo YASUI, 1933, extended in 1966)
33. St. Paul Church (Antonin RAYMOND, 1934)
34. Yotsuya-Daigo (No.5) Elementary School (Design Section of Tokyo Municipal Office, 1934)
35. The Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market Tsukiji Market(The Architectural Section of Tokyo Municipal Government,1934)
36. Villa Hyuga, Detached House (Bruno TAUT, 1936)
37. Kyoto Electric Company Building (Goichi TAKEDA, 1937)
38. HARA House (Jin WATANABE, 1938)
39. Kurobe Daini (No.2) Power Plant and Dam (Bunzo YAMAGUCHI, 1938)
40. Osaka Central Post Office (Tetsuro YOSHIDA, 1939)
41. YOSHIDA House (Isoya YOSHIDA, 1944)
42. Dr. MORI House (Kiyoshi SEIKE, 1951)
43. Japan Pearl Center (Yoshimitsu MITSUYASU, 1952)
44. Nippon Sogo Bank (Kunio MAYEKAWA, 1952)
45. Memorial Cathedral for World Peace (Togo MURANO, 1953)
46. Tosho Printing Co., Ltd. Hara-machi Factory (Kenzo TANGE, 1954)
47. The International House of Japan (Junzo SAKAKURA, Kunio MAYEKAWA, Junzo YOSHIMURA, 1955)
48. Kumamoto Teishin Hospital (Mamoru YAMADA, 1956)
49. URA House (Takamasa YOSHIZAKA, 1956)
51. ISHIZU House (Kiyoshi IKEBE, 1957)
52. Nagasawa Water Purification Plant (Mamoru YAMADA, 1957)
53. Asahikawa City Hall (Takeo SATOW, 1958)
54. Sky House (Kiyonori KIKUTAKE, 1958)
55. St. Clara Church (Ken KATAOKA, 1958)
56. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Agency Headquarters Building (Hideo KUNIKATA, 1958)
57. The Japan Art Academy (Isoya YOSHIDA,1958)
58. Hashima City Hall (Junzo SAKAKURA, 1959)
59. The National Museum of Western Art (Le Corbusier, 1959)
60. Kasuien, The Miyako Hotel (Togo MURANO, 1959)
61. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan Building (Hideo KOSAKA, 1960)
62. Kyoto Kaikan (Kunio MAYEKAWA, 1960)
63. Ozaki Memorial Hall (Ichiro EBIHARA, 1960)
64. Toyoda Auditorium, Nagoya University (Fumihiko MAKI, 1960)
65. Senri New Town (Osaka Prefecture, 1961-70)
66. Ohara Museum of Art Annex (Shizutaro URABE, 1961)
67. Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall (Kunio MAYEKAWA, 1961)
68. Daini Kousha, Izumi Campus, Meiji University (Sutemi HORIGUCHI, 1961)
69. NCR Tokyo Branch Building (Junzo YOSHIMURA, 1962)
70. Nagasaki Public Auditorium (Motoo TAKE, 1962)
71. House in the Woods (Junzo YOSHIMURA, 1962)
72. New Studio in Karuizawa (Antonin RAYMOND, 1962)
73. Twenty-Six Martyrs Memorial Museum and St. Philip Church (Kenji IMAI, 1962)
74. Kobe Port Tower (Nikken Sekkei, 1963)
75. San-ai Dream Center (Nikken Sekkei, 1963)
76. Cho-no-ya, The Great Shrine of Izumo (Kiyonori KIKUTAKE, 1963)
77. Nanzan University (Antonin RAYMOND, 1964)
78. Hotel Toko-en (kiyonori KIKUTAKE, 1964)
79. St. Mary’s Tokyo Cathedral (Kenzo TANGE, 1964)
80. Hyaku-jushi Bank Headquarters Building (Nikken Sekkei, 1966)
81. Maritime Gallery (Masako HAYASHI, 1966)
82. Oita Prefectural Oita Library (Arata ISOZAKI, 1966)
83. National Theater (Takenaka Corporation, 1966)
84. House in White (Kazuo SHINOHARA, 1966)
85. SONY Building (Yoshinobu ASHIHRA, 1966)
86. Tower House (Takamitsu AZUMA, 1966)
87. Kyoto International Conference Hall (Sachio OTANI, 1966)
88. Yamanashi Press and Broadcasting Center (Kenzo TANGE, 1966)
89. Sagae City Hall (Kisho KUROKAWA, 1967)
90. KATONO House (Toru KATONO, 1967)
91. Shinjuku Station West-gate Plaza (Junzo SAKAKURA, 1967)
92. Shinwa Bank Headquarters Building (Seichi SHIRAI, 1967)
93. Sakaide Artificial Ground (Masato OTAKA, 1968)
94. Kasumigaseki Building (Mistui Real Estate+Yamashita Architectural Office, 1968)
95. Friends School (Hiroshi OE, 1968)
96. Chiba Prefectural Central Library (Masato OTAKA, 1968)
97. Saga Prefectural Museum (Daiichi Kobo + Yositika UTIDA, 1969)
98. Nishinomiya Trappist Monastery (Togo MURANO, 1969)
99. Daikan-yama Hillside Terrace, First Stage (Fumihiko MAKI, 1969)
100.Sekisui Heim M1 (Katsuhiko OHNO + Sekisui Kagaku co., 1970)
101.Hanshin Koshien Stadium (formerly Hanshin Dai-Undojo) (Seizo NODA + Hikotaro IMABAYASHI, 1924)
102.Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Akkeshi Marine Biology Laboratory Center, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University (formerly Hokkaido Imperial University) (Hokkaido Imperial Universityユs Building and Repairs Section (Junsei HAGIWARA and Koki OKADA), 1931)
103.IIHASHI House (Junzo SAKAKURA, 1942)
104. Circular Gymnasium, Sakushin Gakuin High School (Tomoe Corporation (formerly Tomoe-kumi Tekko-sho), 1952)
105. The Tokyo Tower (formerly Tokyo Dempa-to) (Nikken Sekkei + Tachu NAITO 106. KAMIKOZAWA House (Kenji HIROSE, 1959)
107.The Twin Circular School Building, Yokohama Seifu Senior High School (formerly Meirin High School) (Kanao SAKAMOTO,1959)
108.Memorial Auditorium and Administration Building, Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kiyoshi SEIKE, 1960)
109.The Museum Yamato-Bunkakan (Isoya YOSHIDA, 1961)
110.Niigata City Gymnasium (Eiji MIYAGAWA, 1961)
111.Gymnasium and the Control Tower, Metropolitan Komazawa Olympic Park (Yoshinobu ASHIHARA, 1964) 112.Tsuyama Bunka Center (Koji KAWASHIMA, 1965)
113.Catholic Katsura Church (George NAKASHIMA, 1965)
114.Library, Tokyo Keizai University (Azusa KITO, 1968)
115.Sakuradai Court Village (Shozo UCHII, 1970)
116.Printing Factory and Office Building, Livretech, Co., Ltd. (formerly Tokyo Shoseki Insatsu K.K.) (Kenkichi NISHITANI, 11936)
117.Hibiya Library (presently part of Chiyoda Ward and formerly of Tokyo Metropolitan Gov.) (Bureau of Construction, Tokyo Metropolitan Government (Takeshi TAKAHASHI),1957)
118.Nissay Hibiya Building (Togo MURANO,1963)
119.Kenji KAWAI House (Kenji KAWAI,1966)
120.Miyakonojo Civic Center (Kiyonori KIKUTAKE,1966)
121.Naha Civic Hall (Nobuyoshi KINJO,1970)
122.Campus and its Facilities, Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music (Junzo YOSHIMURA,1971)
123.Nakagin Capsule Tower,(Kisho KUROKAWA,1972)
124.Han-juki (Kiko MOZUNA,1972)
125.Sumiyoshi Row House (AZUMA House) (Tadao ANDO,1976)
126.Kemigawa Radio Transmission Site (Kemigawa Musen Soshin-jo)(Tetsuro YOSHIDA,1926)
127.Employee Housing, The Rising Sun Petroleum Co. (presently Building No.10, Ferris University) (Antonin RAYMONDO,1929)
128.TSURUMAKI House (presently KURIHARA House) (Seigo MOTONO,1929)
129.Auditorium, NTT East Training Center (formerly NT&T Public Agencyユs Chuo-gakuen) (Yositika UTIDA,1956) 130.Ohtaki-machi Municipal Hall (Kenji IMAI,1958)
131.JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) Uchinoura Space Center (formerly University of Tokyo Kagoshima Space Research Center) (Kiyoshi IKEBE,1962)
132.Hanaizumi Nokyo Kaikan (presently JA Iwate Minami-Hanaizumi Branch) (Masato OTAKA,1965)
133.Shonan Campus and its Facilities, Tokai University (Mamoru YAMADA,1966)
134.Furukawa Civic Hall (presently Osaki Civic Hall)(Moto-o TAKE,1966)
135.From First Building (Kazumasa YAMASHITA,1975)
136.TAKATSU House (presently TANI House) (Isaburo UENO,1934)
137.Yamagata Baigetsu-do (presently YT Baigetsu-kan) (Bunzo YAMAGUCHI,1936)
138.Villa BABA in Karasuyama (presently Kofu-tei, Dai-ichi Mutual Life Insurance Co.)(Tesuro YOSHIDA,1937) 139.Matsuida-machi Municipal Hall (presently Annaka City Matsuida-machi Cultural Archives)(Sei-ichi SHIRAI,1956)
140.Naruto Civic Hall and City Hall (Tomoya MASUDA,1961 & 1963)
141.Ashiya Civic Center (formerly Ashiya Civic Hall) (Fumitaka NISHIZAWA and Yasutaka YAMAZAKI (of Sakakura Associatesユs Osaka Office),1963)
142.University Library, Painting and Sculpture Buildings, Tokyo University of the Arts (Taro AMANO with Keiichiro MOGI and Jiro HIRASHIMA,1964, 1968 and 1971)
143.Atelier Building, Musashino Art University (Yoshinobu ASHIHARA,1964)
144.MATSUKAWA Box (Mayumi MIYAWAKI,1971 and 1978)
145.Gen An (Osamu ISHIYAMA (DAM・DAN),1975)

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Chair Ana Tostões, DOCOMOMO International,Barcelona, SpainAnd, the DOCOMOMO International community worldwide
April 4, 2011
Dear Ms. Chair and all of you friends and supporters of the DOCOMOMO International community worldwide:We would like first to express our heartfelt gratitude for all your sympathies, condolences and support messages extended to us in Japan concerning the massive devastations caused by the 3.11.2011 Northeastern Japan Great Earthquake and Tsunami.
Fortunately, DOCOMOMO JAPAN, headquartered in Tokyo, has survived the quake as most of Tokyo, while we were well shaken, nevertheless, had received very little real damage. This earthquake of Magnitude 9.0 and the Tsunamis that followed defied even our heightened state of natural disaster preparedness, for, unlike the previous large earthquakes in our collective memory in history that mostly affected a rather singular and limited area (city), this one exceeded our predictions as not only by being so enormous but also by its overwhelming linear length of approximately 600km long which covered almost the whole northeastern Pacific coast, thus affected the entire region so vast in area. The results were apocalyptical as you must have seen the repeated images on TV. The relief efforts are underway in huge scale, and we too pledge our best for the cause, but the full recovery of the region will take years. The stricken region boasted a collection of buildings and structures with architectural distinction including some that were listed in the DOCOMOMO JAPAN selections. Details of the status of those are uncertain at this time. We will make our effort to gather the related information.
As for the damage to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant caused by the Tsunamis is another matter that requires a close attention. As of this writing, frantic and heroic efforts are continuing to contain the damaged reactors. The experts analyzed the situation we currently face to be critical and worse than the case of Three Mile Island in 1979 but not nearly as bad as it was in the case of Chernobyl disaster in 1986, that eventually it will be contained. While the cases of the radioactive contamination are detected in the environment, they are limited to the immediate neighborhood of the power plant site. Therefore, despite some media reports to the contrary, as Tokyo is some 230km south-west of the site, there is no real threat of any kind to those in Tokyo area at this time. But certainly we will need to keep our monitoring.
DOCOMOMO JAPAN will maintain our activity despite the disaster and shall select additional set of buildings to be listed in our register this year. In coming September, the UIA is planning the international convention in Tokyo. We are planning to hold symposiums and an exhibition of our 150 selections in the UIA event.
Words are inadequate to express, but once again, we would like to tender our deepest appreciation for all your concerns and goodwill extended to us in Japan. Thank you, Arigato.
Sincerely,

Hiroyuki SuzukiPresident,DOCOMOMO Japan
Kenji WatanabeSecretaryDOCOMOMO Japan

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