Nagoya City Hall
It is designed in the Imperial Crown style, a fusion Japanese and modern style. It survived the bombings of World War II. It is registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan.
It is located close to the Aichi Prefectural Government Office.
- The present main buildings was built on September 6, 1933.
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