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Tokyo International Forum, Chiyoda
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  • International Forum big artists to live! Been doing exhibitions and Exhibition Hall is no shortage of art. Hall sound better and better to the second floor and the third floor sound Symphony Orchestra have come! Knol and pretty rough customers seats. In the earthquake... ^ _ ^; I don't think it's okay, but it is worrying.
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  • In modern buildings, corridor wall of glass paste, however, look down, I'm afraid, it was nice. From Tokyo station, Yurakucho station straight, come clean. Shopping and dining in the area and had fun at.
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  • Omiyamairi seasonal and doing lots of events every year, whatever Ali plantain-like good access from Yurakucho station
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  • One of my favourite places in Tokyo. The Architecture, it's size. The open area in the middle is great for open air lunch, when the food trucks are around. Occasional events makes it an interesting location to "walk by and check out" before going home. They also do cultural and musical events in their big halls. And very conveniently located especially for one that gets on/off the Keio Line.
  • Love this building. I have given seminars here 3 times and love the convenience of the place. Modern buildings and lots of small cafes.
  • Great venue. Super staff and facilities
  • The Glass Hall facade uses approximately 20,000 square meters of 17.5mm laminated, heat-strengthened glass, and it is an earthquake resistance building (thank god!).  A must see if you are in the area. 
  • The most amazing architectural building. So clean and detailed, its a architects must see in Tokyo