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    Tokyo International Forum is an important urban landmark in Tokyo with a very distinct design internally and externally. The largest hall seats 5,000 and in addition to seven other halls, Tokyo International Forum includes exhibition space, a lobby, and other facilities. Tokyo International Forum was designed by the architect Rafael Viñoly, who won the design competition in 1989, with the building being completed in 1996.

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    1. Valerie Tokyo International Forum
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      Stunning to look at but not much else. I had admittance ceremony for university here, and trying to get into the main hall was really flustering. I ended up somehow back underneath the forums, in the subway station. But other than that, there are special exhibitions that go on that are sometimes free. The restaurants inside are also pretty reasonable and make a nice pit-stop as you peruse Tokyo and Yurakucho.

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