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Tokyo International Forum, Chiyoda

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  • Huge facility and well supported by restaurants and cafes. The glass atrium is super impressive. A big exhibition space on the basement level  more »
  • Close to Marunochi. Tokyo International Forum has stunning architecture. The ground is free to enter except when exhibitions or concerts are held.  more »
  • What a spectacular structure! Amazing in scope and design! You will easily spend a half hour touring the building. They have an excellent brochure for the tourist would wants to view the building from...  more »
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  • Amazing building to walk though. Go up through the elevator and then walk down and cross over through the glass walk ways admire the building's construction. It's extremely quiet on the upper floors - there are a few restaurants and eateries on the top floors and there are heaps of bathrooms. The place is very warm and toasty to escape to in winter. Designed to be like a ship, the construction is worth spending some time admiring.
  • Worth visiting if only to take photos of the vast and impressive atrium. The rest of the architecture, especially on the west side of the building, is a bit lifeless but at least it's trying to do something different. There's not much in the way of restaurants but the basement connects handily to the underground passageways that lead from Ginza/Yurakucho all the way north to Tokyo Station/Otemachi. A lot of food trucks park up in the central plaza during weekday lunchtimes to feed the local office workers.
  • Impressive architecture by Rafael Viñoly. Go straight up to avoid the crowd and walk your way down through the ramp, which gives you an all around perspective of the structure. IG 📷: thearchitectshoots
  • Great place, easily accessible with few railway stations and at the ground floor, full of Sakura trees and flowers. Very nice and clean environment
  • We made a short visit to this building and were marveled by the impressive architecture; the glasses, the giant steel structure, the wooden wall panels and how they were all put together. I would love to explore this building a little more if I have a chance to visit it again.