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JP Tower, Chiyoda

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The JP Tower is a high rise office building with integrated retail and restaurant facilities located in front of the Marunouchi Exit of Tokyo Station in Chiyoda ward, Tokyo. The building was completed in May 2012 and was opened to the public on March 21, 2013.OverviewThe 38 story JP Tower replaces the former central mail sorting facility of Japan Post. A large portion of the original five story low rise frontage of the Tokyo Central Post Office, designed in 1931 by Tetsuro Yoshida, was preserved and redeveloped as the Kitte retail and dining facility. JP Tower tenants include offices of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.The basement floor connects directly to Tokyo Station, as well as other nearby buildings.IntermediathequeThe Intermediatheque, located in the renovated Central Post Office building on the 2nd and 3rd floor, serves as a museum of academic culture and a venue for workshops and seminars open to the general public.The Intermediatheque was launched as an academic-industry collaborative project with the support of the University of Tokyo. The facility is jointly operated by Japan Post and the University Museum, the University of Tokyo. Many of the furnishings and exhibits on display dating back to the Imperial University era.
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  • When you have time in Tokyo station always go here. KITTE in the 2nd and 3rd floors, many times to come are many exhibits don't get much.
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  • From Tokyo station Marunouchi exit "KITTE" 2 in 1 minute, 3rd floor; You can watch free valuable academic materials of natural sciences and medicine at the University of Tokyo, Kyoto University Museum. Exhibition in botanical yellow golden age exhibition is impressive and.
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  • It is free admission is located in KITTE in the Museum. You can look fashionable exhibition in a variety of academic, is interesting.
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  • Very good tower and people is welcoming visitors.
  • Nice view and many good restraunts
  • Night view is very beautiful!
  • Typical office building with many restaurants.
  • Tokyo station and views "an outdoor observation space (? ) "Is only about. Was a nice view, but the wind is strong. My technique is no may, night view of Tokyo station back to taking pictures of people who, quite well not. And I felt it hard without a tripod. But I think that using a tripod in a "public place", so to speak, to facility managers is required.
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