Murai, 69, said, "I don't want to go into an office set up for show."Murai began visiting members of the Nagano Prefectural Assembly for talks after winning the election.During a press conference, Murai said he was now thinking about his responsibilities as governor-elect, rather than feeling elated about the win.
Commenting on the former governor's office, he said, "The office may be see-through, but Mr. Tanaka's decision-making processes were not."
Meanwhile, Gov. Tanaka, 50, held a meeting at the glass office on Monday morning to discuss disaster relief measures and schedules for the transferal of duties to Murai.
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