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Japanese bridge construction ‘almost ready’ for completion

Construction of a two-tower high-rise on the Japanese island of Kanagawa is almost complete.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has said the new bridge will be the first of its kind in the world.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Building Authority said on Thursday that the project will be completed within the next two years.

The government is using $13 billion from a fund set up to finance the construction, and is expecting to start the work by 2021.

It will be paid for with public money, the government said.

The construction of the two-story tower on the southern end of the Kanagawas main shopping strip was announced in January, and construction began in October.

The project was supposed to be completed in 2021.

But construction on the two towers is now estimated to take about two years, as the government has to overcome a number of obstacles.

One of the challenges is that the site is too small for a three-storey tower.

The site was also not large enough for a six-storeys structure.

The Kanagaws construction site is located at a location known as Kanagaya-ku, or the island’s northern end.

The Japanese capital city was built around the southern island of Kyushu, a Japanese island off the coast of Japan.