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Hiroshima City Nishi Fire Station



This fire station stands on Peace Boulevard, built under the project Hiroshima 2045: City of Peace & Creativity, which employs established architects to build public facilities.

Anyone is welcome to enter; in fact, inviting visitors inside is one of the purposes of this building. The office and seminar room are both equipped with full-height glazing, aiming for an OPEN fire station.


Description Hirosima Nishi Fire Station, Hiroshima, Japan. 
Date 14 January 2007 
Source photo taken by Taisyo 
Author Taisyo 
Permission (Reusing this file) GFDL,cc-by-sa-2.1-jp

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