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Japan deepens investments in mass timber construction.

Growing worldwide interest in wooden buildings is mirrored in Japan, where a blend of modern and traditional construction methods is becoming more common.

One recent illustration is the Obayashi Port Plus building in Yokohama, a city neighboring Tokyo and renowned for its active port.

Completed last year, the Port Plus stands out as a tall building constructed entirely from wood, boasting fire-resistant features.

At its core are 540 substantial wooden joints, each measuring around 9.2 feet in width and 13 feet in height, holding the structure together.

Choosing wood from forests not only benefits the environment but also contributes to the creation of an eco-friendly society and supports local communities.

Japan's Obayashi Port Plus building serves as a noteworthy example of the country's commitment to sustainable construction practices, harmonizing modern and traditional building techniques for a greener future.
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