Azusa Sekkei Co., Ltd.
The founder, Fuminaga Kiyota, joined the Ministry of Communications, and after working for Japan Airlines, the predecessor of Japan Airlines, founded Azusa Sekkei in 1946 and became the first president. Amidst the post-war turmoil, Kiyota and seven other volunteers gathered to open a joint venture company Azusa Architects at Kiyota's home in Nakano-ku, Tokyo. The company name "Azusa" has a "largeness" and "elegance", and also has a strong "power", and the founder Kiyota's enthusiasm for the architecture was matched with the dazzling "Azusa Tree". It is included. The reason why they didn't use the personal name for the office is that they found out the significance of the organizational design office from the time of its establishment in order to permanently fulfill the social responsibility for buildings as a public institution of societySee more