Arata Endo

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Arata Endo (left) standing next to Frank Lloyd Wright

Arata Endo (Japanese: 遠藤 新) (January 1, 1889 - June 29, 1951) was a Japanese architect. He was a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright.

One of his most important works was the Kōshien Hotel, the architectural style being heavily influenced by Wright's Imperial Hotel, Tokyo.

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