954 Under Japan's Night Sky, Their Journey Before and Plans within the Land of the Rising Sun

Day 313 - 8:12 PM - Meiji Seimei Kan, Marunouchi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo

The Meiji Seimei Kan. It was a historical structure built around the end of the Edo Period and was finished in the March of 1934. It was a kind of odd-looking structure styled after Greek Revival Architecture. This historical building survived many important events in Japan's history, including the second World War, where it was taken over by the Allied Powers.

Unfortunately, the apocalypse was not so kind to the amazing historical structure.

Right now, the Meiji Seimei Kan was nothing but a ruined structure. The greek-styled pillars in its facade now littered the broken streets along with most of its walls.

However, pretty much like many ruined structures, some parts of the building managed to remain intact. In the case of Meiji Seimei Kan, a good chunk of the southwest corner of the structure managed to survive the collapse, leaving up to the fifth floor.


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