All Skyscrapers

Everywhere Skyscrapers

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

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    Sompo Japan Building

    Sompo Japan Building is a distinctive design by Uchida Shozo with two sides sloping to the bottom from around 1/3 of the way up. The Sompo Japan Building was completed in 1976, has 43 stories, is 200m high and in Nishi-shinjuku.

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    Shinjuku Oak Tower

    Shinjuku Oak Tower is a distinctive dark blue 38 story Skyscraper which is 184m high with a large disc on its roof. Shinjuku Oak Tower was designed by Nikken Sekkei and completed in 2002. The building is in Nishi-shinjuku.

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    Shinjuku Park Tower

    Shinjuku Park Tower is a 52 story high Skyscraper which is 233m high and contains the Park Hyatt Hotel, which featured in the 2004 film “Lost in translation”. Only the top 13 floors contain the Park Hyatt Hotel, the remaining floors are office space and restaurants. Shinjuku Park Tower was Read more [...]

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    Shinjuku Square Tower

    Shinjuku Square Tower is an easily identified 34 story Skyscraper which is 123m high, with its dark exterior overlaid with light coloured panels. Shinjuku Square Tower was completed in 1994 and is in Nishi-shinjuku.

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    Shinjuku Sumitomo Building

    Shinjuku Sumitomo Building was one of the first Skyscrapers in Nishi-shinjuku having been completed in 1974. Nikken Sekkei designed the truncated triangular building which has 52 stories and 210m high.

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    Shinjuku Mistsui Buliding

    Shinjuku Mistsui Buliding is a 55 story Skyscraper which is 225m high. The Shinjuku Mistsui Buliding, completed in 1995, was designed by Nihon Sekkei and features distinctive six story high crosses on its eastern and western ends. It is in Nishi-shinjuku.

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    Shinjuku Monolith Building

    Shinjuku Monolith Building is a 123m high Skyscraper which was completed in 1990 and designed by Nihon Sekkei. The Shinjuku Monolith Building features a distinctive atrium on northern side. It is in Nishi-shinjuku.

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    Shinjuku Nomura Building

    Shinjuku Nomura Building is a 50 story Skyscraper which is 203m high and used as office space. Shinjuku Nomura Building is one of the earlier skyscrappers in Nishi-shinjuku having been completed in 1978.

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    Shinjuku NS Building

    Shinjuku NS Building is a 30 story Skyscraper which is 134m high. Shinjuku NS Building was designed by Nikken Sekkei and completed in 1982. The building features a glass enclosed elevator shaft on the exterior of the building. The building is in Nishi-shinjuku.