This building was the first structure of the Showa period to be designated in 1997 as an important cultural property. It was completely equal even if compared with European and American first-class style construction by perfect details, those perfect balance and precise details. It is said that a typical building is recognized as masterpieces of classical style, have contributed to the development of modern Western-style buildings in Japan.
(1934,Tokyo Design: Shinichiro Okada, Structure: Reinforced concrete and Steel, Number of floors : 8 fl. above and 2 fl. below ground)