- Real estate stocks could cool on BOJ news, building scandal
- At the height of another mini-bubble, in November 2005, a number of buildings designed by architect Hidetsugu Aneha were revealed to contain inadequate earthquake-safety measures, with related data having been forged during the design process.
- Japan construction scandal widens
- Questioned in parliament, Hidetsugu Aneha alleged a construction company put pressure on him to falsify quake resistance data in order to cut costs.
- Architecture for All: An Interview with Pritzker Prize Winner Ban Shigeru
- Construction regulations have been reformed for the worse, especially since the 2005 scandal over falsification of structural data by architect Aneha Hidetsugu.
- Aneha seen as just part of problem
- The condo, still under construction, was one of dozens of structures using faked quake-resistance data provided by Hidetsugu Aneha, who was at the center of the scandal and was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison.
- Japan architect admits substandard work
- An architect at the center of a major construction scandal admitted Wednesday to covering up potentially catastrophic defects in buildings across Japan, but accused profit-hungry developers of pressuring him to cut corners. Hidetsugu Aneha told a ...
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