The requirement for rebuilding Japan since the end of World War II turned out to be a strong stimulus to the architecture of Japan, and in a short period of time, the cities started to function again. Modern technology has been bringing significant noticeable change in the styles of architecture, and new cities have been established for the replacement of previous one. Concrete and new steel structures appeared to be strongly contrasting the traditional styles and there appeared to be a huge difference in the overall look of modern and new landmarks along with small businesses and more traditional residences (Harada, 2000). After the Second World War end, there had been designing of significant pre- war building along with classical lines of Europe. Shiodome is a region with adjacent location between Ginza and Shimbashi, near the Hamarikyu Gardens and the Tokyo Bay.
There has been a significant transformation of the place as the most architecturally stunning and modern regions of Tokyo. The influence of the Modern Tokyo is a creative one. This creative emergence has been depicted within the architectural insight of the nation (Graafland, 2000).
This is evident through several buildings such as Nezu Museum present in Omotesado which exhibits art work with antique reflection. The building further has the ability of blending modern times and the traditional times.