- This is Tokyo's oldest standing, Western-style wooden building. Built in 1907, this Gothic two-story house belonged to an American missionary named John Moody McCaleb (1861-1953). In 1982, Toshima-ku acquired the house which is now listed as an important cultural asset of the ward. The art nouveau mantelpiece, embellished with keyaki wood, and a large oriel bay-window are especially elegant.
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