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    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 referred to as TMG Office or Tocho and is effectively the Tokyo City Hall as it is place of administration for the 23 Special Wards of Tokyo and the other parts of the Tokyo metropolis. There are actually three buildings in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building complex: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 1, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 2 and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Assembly Building. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 1 is the tallest of the three buildings in the complex at 243m high with 48 stories above ground and three below ground. The complex was started in 1988 and completed in 1991 at which point it was the tallest building in Tokyo, but was later surpassed around 2005 as the Midtown Tower neared completion. The href=”http://www.gojapango.com/tokyo/tokyo_metropolitan_government_building.htm”>Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building was designed by Kenzo Tange with the design concept of recreating the Gothic cathedral style.

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