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Economy

Strong corporate earnings fuel Japan's hunger for offices

Moves to comfortable new locations lift land prices

The 31-story msb Tamachi Station Tower S developed by Mitsui Fudosan and Mitsubishi Estate opened in May and is already fully occupied.

TOKYO -- Demand for new offices pulled up land values in Japan's largest cities, but the country is witnessing polarizing demand as rural areas that lack tourist attractions are left behind.

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