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NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, Shibuya

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The NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building is a skyscraper located in the Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan. At 240m tall, it is the fourth tallest building in Tokyo.FunctionThe NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building is owned by the NTT Docomo group. Despite the building's name, it is not the head office for the company, whose headquarters are located in the top floors of the Sannō Park Tower. The building houses some offices, but is mainly used to house technical equipment (switching equipment, etc.) for the company's cellular telephone service.To commemorate NTT Docomo's 10th anniversary, a 15-meter-diameter clock was put into operation in November 2002.Solar energy is partially used to power the building. A garbage separation system employed within the office helps to reduce waste and increase the recycling rate. The waste water is recycled for reuse, and rainwater is reused for the building's toilets.
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  • When you go home from Chiba, Narita International Airport, comes into sight. Metropolitan Expressway runs feel "Shinjuku" and this building. The building stands out because there is high. Private little home, that is.
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  • The NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building was one of the landmarks shown in the animation 'Your Name'. I saw the anime and went around Tokyo looking for these landmarks.  more »
  • It is a DoCoMo Yoyogi station near the building. Be seen from the design looks good, a lot of places. Become a landmark of Shinjuku.
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  • I've never been in the building, but I can't find a place to write a review on the bike hub that is next to the building. I've also never used the bike hub, but considering that I'm from a part of America that has a lot of bike hubs, I was looking for bike hubs in Tokyo, and I couldn't find any except next to this building. It's basically behind the NTT building, next to Docomo Shop Yoyogi Shop, and across from the JRR Bus Station. The bike hub is called, "Rental Bike Tokyo Shinjuku," and it is similar to bike hubs in some cities of America. It's self-service, and super easy to use. You pay with a credit card, and you pick up the bike, and go. It charges per hour or per day. When you're done, you just return it to the bike hub. In some cities of America, you can return it to a hub at a different location just like car rentals, but this bike hub is the only one I've found so far in Tokyo, so I think it's the only place to return the bikes. There are millions of bike shops in Tokyo where you can rent a bike, but a bike hub is 24/7, so you set your own schedule. Also, I don't think many people know about this bike hub, so you won't have to fight for a bike. If you live in Tokyo, then just buy your own bike. It can be as cheap as 10,000 yen or $100.00 if you shop outside of Tokyo. Bike hubs are best for tourists, and people who don't normally bike.
  • Breath taking
  • What says bubbles smell, sense of mitsl. Like the feel good like gazing around and intimidating, are breaking the city's landscape.
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  • Go to Shinjuku Station and every time very noticeable. In a good way. Building a presence about it. Bird's view of Google maps in a fine presence.
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  • A landmark of Tokyo Shinjuku - Yoyogi area in particular. Landscape not to be missed for those who visit the city.
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