Japanese zipper and building material maker YKK Group has been developing the 3.2ha land in Kurobe City, Toyama Prefecture into a renewable energy-introduced community, “Passive Town”. Followed by the first phase of 36 units opening in February, the company completed the 44 unit second phase in November that was designed by renowned architect Fumihiko Maki and constructed by Toda Corp.
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The 3.5 km Irabu O-hashi Bridge is getting close to completion and all girders were installed to connect Miyako-jima Island and Irabu-jimaIsaland in Okinawa on September 9.
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism will start next year investigations of transport development in Mexico and three Middle Eastern countries, in order to create opportunities for Japanese companies’ involvement.
Japanese top geospatial surveying firm, Pasco Corp., a nuclear power plant service supplier, Atox Co. and French nuclear giant, Areva jointly developed radioactivity measurement technology using an un-manned helicopter. A Global Positioning System (GPS) installed chopper measures radiation level of the contaminated land and maps collected data integrating the dosage with the position. The companies will propose the technology to the local administrations.
Shizuoka prefectural government announced July 24 that it has awarded a design work ofan airport expansion to a consortium of design and consulting firms including award-winning architect Shigeru Ban.
(VOV) - From November 1, 2012 music fans will be expected to pay VND1,000 for every track they download from Vietnam-based music websites that they have accessed for free.