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Fujimatsu Village

A planning view of the Fujimatsu Village apartment tower, looking northwest from the Jose Rizal (12th Ave. S.) bridge, north Beacon Hill. Photo: fujimatsuvillage.com

With each passing month, Fujimatsu Village evolves from concept toward reality. It is a legacy project of the Moriguchi family anchored by an apartment tower at Fifth and Jackson. 

The location is that of the original Uwajimaya, opened by Issei immigrant Fujimatsu Moriguchi, the father of NAP publisher Tomio. Check out its new website. 

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