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Omotesando Hills Entrance Interior of the shopping mall Inside Omotesando Hills on Christmas season Omotesando Hills (表参道ヒルズ, Omotesandō hiruzu) was built in 2005, in a series of Tokyo urban developments by Mori Building. It occupies a two hundred and fifty meter stretch of Omotesandō, a famous shopping and (previously) residential road in Aoyama sometimes termed Tokyo's Champs-Élysées. It was designed by Tadao Ando, and contains over 130 shops and 38 apartments. The construction of Omotesando Hills, built at a cost of $330 million, has been marked by controversy.[1] The building replaced the Bauhaus-inspired Dōjunkai Aoyama Apartments, which had been built in 1927 after the 1923 Kantō earthquake.[2] The destruction of the apartments again raised questions about Japan's interest in preserving historic buildings. A small section of the old apartments is reconstructed in the South-East part of the new complex.[3] Minoru Mori noted that there had been resistance from local landowners to the use of Ando as architect, saying that they were concerned that his buildings were too fashionable for the area.[4] Regarding the construction, Ando said, "It's not Tadao Ando as an architect who has decided to rebuild and make shops, it was the owners themselves who wanted it to be new housing and to get some value with shops below. My task was how to do it in the best way.”[5] Contents 1 Floor Directory 1.1 Doujun Wing 2 References 3 External links Floor Directory Colour key      – Fashion      – Beauty      – Gallery & Space      – Multipurpose Space      – Lifestyle      – Restaurant & Cafe      – Service      – Wagon Shop Doujun Wing Doujun Wing entrance is located on 1st floor 3F (3rd floor) 2F (2nd floor) 1F (1st floor) D301 S and O D201 gallery dojunkai D101 Joie D102 theory D302 Galerie 412 D202 LUNETTES du JURA D303 Shinsei Bank References ^ Rusling, Matthew (February 15, 2005). "Attention Avid Shoppers: A High-End Complex Opens Its Doors". The New York Times. Retrieved 2007-03-11.  ^ "Omotesando Hills Project Page". Mori Building. January 19, 2006. Archived from the original on 2007-03-10. Retrieved 2007-03-11.  ^ "Dwellers bought off; ball to fall on Aoyama flats". The Japan Times. April 19, 2002. Retrieved 2007-03-11.  ^ "The view from the Hills: Minoru Mori defends the Omotesando Hills development and reveals big plans for Tokyo". Metropolis. February 3, 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-11-19. Retrieved 2007-03-11.  ^ "Tadao Ando Interview". Icon Magazine. September, 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-11-26. Retrieved 2007-03-11.  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Omotesando Hills Official Omotesando Hills webpage Coordinates: 35°40′02″N 139°42′31″E / 35.66725°N 139.70874°E / 35.66725; 139.70874 This article about a Japanese building- or structure-related topic is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e