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Toshi no tenbō : Kyōto, Ōsaka, Kōbe kara no apurōchi / Nihon Toshi Mondai Kaigi Kansai Kaigi hen
都市の展望 : 京都・大阪・神戶からのアプローチ / 日本都市問題会議関西会議編
Bib ID 16474
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Toshi Bunkasha, 1996 
東京 : 都市文化社, 1996 
xvi, 270 pages : illustrations, maps ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 4887141696
Subjects City planning -- Japan -- Kyoto.  |  City planning -- Japan -- Osaka.  |  City planning -- Japan -- Kōbe-shi.  |  Cities and towns -- Japan -- Kansai Region.
Other authors/contributors Nihon Toshi Mondai Kaigi. Kansai Kaigi
日本都市問題会議. 関西会議

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