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Every now and again news gets around of some architecturally important building that is about to be demolished. Invariably, there arises a chorus of calls for better public preservation measures and, invariably, those calls go unheeded.

But a new exhibition at Galleria Abitare in Tokyo’s Tamagawa-Denenchofu district points out that it only takes one person to ensure the longevity of Japan’s architectural heritage — but he or she needs to be fairly well off.

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