Watanabe, Hitoshi

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Watanabe, Hitoshi (1887–1973). Japanese traditionalist architect responsible for many buildings in the inter-War years. His best-known work is the National Museum, Tokyo (1931–8), in which European stripped Classicism mingled with elements taken from indigenous buildings.

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Cruickshank (ed.) (1996);
Jane Turner (1996)