The home of Nissan

Only a half hour train ride away from downtown Tokyo was Yokohama. It was a huge change from being in the midst of tourists, and as I left the train station and headed towards a park I’d earmarked, I stumbled upon my first eye catching sight.

Fuji/Xerox & Nissan buildings
The Fuji/Xerox & AMP Building (left); the Nissan building (right)

Towering above the skyline was the Nissan building, or as they labelled the walkway entrance —The Nissan Global Corporation Headquarters.


Through a towering glass wall to the floor below I spotted about twenty Nissan models and videos with information on Nissan technology. With the sidewalk passing right by the building, Nissan took full advantage of advertising to pedestrians.

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