National Geographic : 1933 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by W. Robert Moore THE STATUE OF PRINCE ARISUGAWA OVERLOOKS THE BUSINESS CENTER OF TOKYO The soldier Prince was one of the leading military figures after the Meiji Restoration of 1868. The tower of the new Diet Building rises in the background. Paper parasols, such as the two women are holding, are used for sunshades as well as during rainy weather, because the Japanese women do not wear hats. Photograph by Ewing Galloway TOKYO ARCHITECTURE GOES MODERNISTIC The Central Telegraph Office is built of steel and concrete and has modern offices and a roof garden. It is located in the heart of the capital's commercial section.