Dome in Odate – Japan Building

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Dome in Odate, Japan : Architecture in Akita

Akita Multipurpose Structure – design by Toyo Ito architect

19 Mar 2013

Multipurpose Dome Odate

Design: architect Toyo Ito

The large dome viewed across the agricultural landscape:
Dome in Odate, Japan architecture in Akita by Toyo Ito
photograph : Mikio Kamaya

Location: Odate-shi, Akita, Japan

Dome in Odate design by Toyo Ito architect Dome in Odate Japan design by Toyo Ito architect
photos : Mikio Kamaya

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Location: Odate-shi, Akita, Japan, East Asia

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Akita Prefecture (秋田県 Akita-ken) is a prefecture located in the Tōhoku region of Japan. The area of Akita has been created from the ancient provinces of Dewa and Mutsu
Separated from the principal Japanese centres of commerce, politics, and population by several hundred kilometres and the Ōu and Dewa mountain ranges to the east, Akita remained largely isolated from Japanese society until after the year 600. Akita was a region of hunter-gatherers and principally nomadic tribes.
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