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Considers the situation of coexistence of various stylistic trends in architecture in Japan in the second quarter of the XX century. Features of the search of national identity and the development of architecture in Japan generally lined with global trends are shown by the example of three key architectural objects of the time: the buildings of Parliament of Japan, the main building of the Imperial museum in Tokyo and the competition on "the Monument of the Great Eastern Asia"doi:10.25281/2072-3156-2014-0-1-75-81 fatcat:ek4uk3t26bcorcjljfa4lv464y