Sumitomo Forestry plans to build a 350-meter high-rise building in Tokyo that will be the world's tallest wooden skyscraper when completed.
The building to be built is named W350 Project, and will be built according to an Independent report of 10 percent steel and 180,000 cubic meters of wood.
Inside the building, a combination of steel and wood will be used, and the building will be able to withstand earthquakes and earthquakes in Tokyo.
It will also feature balconies in the four directions and green spaces from the ground floor to the top of the building.
The cost of the building, which will be completed in 2041, is expected to double that of skyscrapers, equivalent to £ 4.02 billion.
The tallest wooden building in the world is 53 meters long and is located in Vancouver, Canada.