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XIII • Around Central Okashi



This is an update called "Around Central Okashi", which consists of 2 wards: Kumagaya and Chiyoda. These are the most developed district in Okashi and it also serves as Okaiken's Financial Nerve Center. This is the XIII Update of Okaiken.




This is one of the wards of Okashi, which is the Kumagaya Ward. This ward is mainly residential, but it also has a commercial area where citizens can shop Okaiken and International Goods. The strip, popularly known as Ebiza, is one of the most visited spots in Okaiken.


This area of Okashi, known as the Chiyoda Ward, is the main core of the city of Okashi. This ward has Okaiken's second, third and fourth tallest buildings, which is the Yamato Center, the Yokozuna Center and the International Trade Center. This picture shows the CDS Tower on the left and the Takeda Center on the bottom right.


Another view of the ward, this time showing the Yokuzuna Center (Top Left; Partially Visible) and the Yamato Center on the bottom right.


Another view of the Yamato Center.


This building is the Fujiki Residences, located at the Chiyoda Ward. This building has one of the most breathtaking views of the Okashi River and Sentoku Park, located across from the Okashi River.


Still on Chiyoda Ward, the FTV Center is home to FTV, Okaiken's first private broadcasting companies. It started in 1929 as the Blue Channel, it now has the second largest viewing audience after CDS.


Returning to Ebiza, this shows one of the apartment complexes in the area. Called "the enclave", this is probably one of the most well known modern structure in Okashi.


Another view of the Kumagaya Ward just due west of Ebiza.


"I like trains"


This is one of the torches built in Sentoku Park for the 1996 Althena Games. Originally there were 4 torches, but 2 were temporary and are located in the middle of Okashi River.


Home of the Okashi Football Club, Devine Field was originally built as an exposition stadium but was later coverted into a mix-use athletics field.


rugeley123 - Thanks! I thought about changing photo effects. After all, I'm a beginner at GIMP xD

Towerdude - Okatabawashi D:

Escilnavia - Thanks! Glad you like it!

ggamgus - Thanks!

MilitantRadical - Thanks for the comment!

Schulmanator - Thanks for being intrigued!

Simul8ter8 - Thanks for giving it a 5!

1000000000000 - Thanks! Everyone's Intrigued with Towerdude's comment! :P

gman28 - Thanks! After I made the first image, I decided to write the coloring details in my notes!

TekindusT - Thanks! I wasn't able to do HSRP yet, but I can show you one train station. After All, I like trains :P

westy177 - Thanks bud!


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