Fuji-Cho is the financial and media center of Port Matthew. It is probably the most romantic part of the city, and hosts the most celebrity sightings outside of Marquette.
Fuji-Cho in the daytime. It is smaller than either Stranahan Hills or Southport, but is a prominent area nonetheless.
The Fuji TV Building is the centerpiece of the area, a replica of Fuji TV's HQ back in Tokyo (no word was given as to why they chose to use the same architecture twice, so no one bothered asking and everyone just lives with it and enjoys the sight).
Another angle. Fuji TV is the largest broadcaster on the island. They have the biggest stars and the most popular tv shows. They also have exclusive rights to show many programs from rival tv studios in Japan to PMers.
BBC PM, FOX Sports PM, and a number of other studios have their offices in this grouping of buildings. Most broadcast through the high-power digital antennas available at the BBC PM Studios near the highway to save cost.
Fuji-Cho Station Mall is a large, underground complex comprising some three levels spanning from the nearby Port Matthew Station (rail, monorail, and subway access) to Kaimono-mae (買い物前) Station ("In Front of Shopping" Station) pictured here.
The anchor of Fuji-Cho, Port Matthew Station, the busiest of all PM Stations.
The Port Matthew Stock Exchange, never referred to by its initials. Not as important as some other exchanges, but prominent anyways.
And the last picture of our update, Coca-Cola's PM offices, surrounded by a pleasant green area used by many workers (both from Coke and from nearby offices) during pleasant spring and fall lunchbreaks.
We will end our update here, and come back again at night to see the lights! Thank you to everyone for watching! See you soon!