All Skyscrapers

Everywhere Skyscrapers

Everywhere Skyscrapers including the tallest buildings with inĀ Everywhere. While Japan is famous for its towers, it also has some very architecturally distinctive skyscrapers.

  • Abeno Harukas

    Abeno Harukas is Japan’s tallest building, which features the Kintetsu Department Store Abeno Harukas, Kintetsu Osaka-Abenobashi Station, office space, Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, Abeno Harukas Art Museum and Harukas 300 observation deck.

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    Yusen Building

    Yusen Building is a 15 story 70m high Skyscraper that was completed in 1978 and designed by Mitsubishi Jisho. The Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Building is in Chiyoda Tokyo.

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    World Trade Center Tokyo

    World Trade Center Tokyo is a 40 story skyscraper in the Hamamatsucho District of Minato Ward Tokyo. The World Trade Center Tokyo Building when completed in 1970 was Japan’s tallest skyscraper. The top floor of the World Trade Center Tokyo Building is dedicated to the Seaside Top observation deck, which Read more [...]

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    Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Building

    Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Building, commonly referred to as the Tokio Marine & Nichido Building or Tokyo Marine Building is a 25 story 100m high Skyscraper that was completed in 1974 and designed by Kunio Maekawa. The Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Building is in Chiyoda Tokyo.

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    Telecom Center Building

    Telecom Center Building in Odaiba, is the main communications hub to connection Tokyo to the rest of the world. The Telecom Center Building features an obervation deck where you can view, Odaiba, parts of Tokyo and on a very clear day, Mt Fuji.

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    Sunshine 60 Building

    Sunshine 60 Building is situated at the end of Sunshine City in Ikebukuro. At the time of its completion in 1978 Sunshine 60 Building was the tallest building in East Asia, a title it held until 1985. Sunshine 60 Building was the tallest building in Japan until the Tokyo Metropolitan Read more [...]