Kenzo Tange was born in Osaka in 1913. He was inspired by Le Corbusier's Soviet Palace and decided to become an architect. He presented one after another the famous architecture represented by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and the Peace Memorial Museum. He received high acclaim both at home and abroad, and was dubbed "the world's Tange". Noritaka Tange studied under his father, Kenzo Tange. He gained experience as an architect, collaborating with his father on the design of the Fuji TV headquarters building. When his father retired, he founded Tange Architectural Design. Currently active in Japan and abroad.