Eco Cities - Update Center

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Tōruchi - Finance and Skyscrapers

Post by BoeingCity » February 18th 2013, 5:17 pm

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[centre]Today, we'll be taking a fun trip to the busy and congested district of Tōruchi! It is located in Shinkawa and has many sights to see. The fastest way from Tsumaji to Shinkawa is by train, so let's go![/centre]

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[centre]Seems like we're here! We'll just pass by Shinkawa National University as a treat. It serves 17,328 students studying for their future careers![/centre]

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[centre]Now we're passing by the rising towers of Tōruchi, which you can see from many miles away! It also features the 2nd tallest building in Shihaisha, the Mahazuki Center. The towers swayed during the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and the recent 6.9 earthquake.[/centre]

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[center]Now we'll be passing by the Panasonic Building to get to the Bank of Shihaisha. During Typhoon Nohakai, the Bank of Shihaisha was flooded and closed for several weeks.[/center]
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Re: Eco Cities - Update Center

Post by Thomas » February 18th 2013, 5:30 pm

What excellent pictures. I like the brief details in the descriptions as well.
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Re: Eco Cities - Update Center

Post by RedAurora » February 18th 2013, 9:54 pm

I liek the Shinkawa National University very much! :P

Great entry. :D
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Re: Eco Cities - Update Center

Post by Fox » February 19th 2013, 5:52 am

Nice pictures.. I like the first one with the farms and canals and the train running through the area.. it would be a very pretty trip.
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