| View of the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Building Tokyo’s Marunouchi district after the rain, 1960 (Showa 35).
The first buildings were built in this former swampland in 1894 (Meiji 27). When Tokyo Station was opened in 1914 (Taisho 3), it became Tokyo’s premier business address. Because of the many brick buildings, it was also known as “Londontown”.
雨上がりの丸の内 （後景に三菱一号館）東京 昭和３５年
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