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Categories: Architectural styles, Japanese architectural styles, Eclectic architecture
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Japanese-Western Eclectic Architecture  Japanese Western Eclectic Architect  Japanese Western Eclectic Architecture
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Japanese-Western Eclectic Architecture is an architectural style that emerged from the Eclecticism in architecture movement of the late 19th and early 20th century, which intentionally incorporated Japanese architectural and Western architectural components into one building design. Wikipedia
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Japanese-Western Eclectic Architecture is an architectural style that emerged from the Eclecticism in architecture movement of the late 19th and early 20th century, which intentionally incorporated Japanese architectural and Western architectural components into one building design. Wikipedia