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Everywhere Landmarks

Guide to Everywhere landmarks which includes significant buildings, bridges, statues, intersections and structures in Everywhere.

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    Tokyo Big Sight

    Tokyo Big Sight, formally known as the Tokyo International Exhibition Center is one of the largest convention and exhibition centers in Tokyo and was opened in 1996. Tokyo Big Sight features a very iconic and distinctive design consisting of four upside down pyramids, however this only a small part of read more

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    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is the third tallest building and fifth tallest structure in Tokyo at 243 meters from base to top. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building features the free Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck on the 45th floor. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, (pronounced Tokyo-to Chosha in Japanese), is frequently read more

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    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 2

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 2 is the shorter tower of a pair of towers which make up part of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building complex. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 2 is 163 meters high, with 34 stories above ground and three below. It features the free Tokyo Metropolitan read more

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    Atago Green Hills

    Atago Green Hills, officially known as Atago Green Hills Mori Tower, is a 48 story skyscraper with 42 floors above ground. Atago Green Hills, completed in 2001, is a mixed use building with shops, offices and residential apartments. Atago Green Hills was constructed by Mori Building company, the same company read more

  • Tottori Sand Dunes

    Tottori Sand Dunes, close to Tottori City, are the only large sand dune system in Japan. The Tottori Sand Dunes cover over 30kmsq and have existed for over 100,000 years. The sand is generated from the sedimentary deposits of the near by Sendai River which are driven on shore from read more

  • Nachi Falls

    Nachi Falls are one of the most famous water falls in Japan and with a drop of 133m they are one of the tallest (Hannoki Falls is 497m). Nachi Falls are in Nachikatuura Wakayama Prefecture.Nachi Falls is closely associated with Kumano Nachi Taisha Shrine where a spirit Hiryu Gongen is read more

  • Kintai Bridge

    Kintai Bridge is a historic wooden bridge in the city of Iwakuni in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Kintai Bridge with its five wooden arches spans the Nishiki River to connect the base of Mt Yokoyama and Iwakuni Castle which is at the top of Mt Yokoyama to the main land. Kintai Bridge read more

  • Chureito Peace Pagoda

    Chureito Peace Pagoda is built on a hilltop facing Mt Fuji near Fujiyoshida. Chureito Peace Pagoda offers an excellent view of Mt Fuji and is a popular place to take photographs.