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Yoyogi National Stadium, Shibuya

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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3.6/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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  • From JR Harajuku Station 10 min walk. Exit the station and beautiful building will appear. The building designed by Kenzo Tange as the Tokyo Olympic Games venues. There are box-like Gymnasium in well designed buildings such as creativity is amazing. Curves like the conch is an overwhelming beauty, even after 50 years in the novel never fade away.
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  • I wonder if the Tange Kenzo design Tokyo Olympic facilities venue or volleyball or doing? As the outside cool while the reconstruction following the Tokyo Olympic Games pool here do to building usually whats up
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  • Went to see again I personally love by the shape of the roof of the building as is the 4th. It is building at the stadium is former representative of Japan became a subject matter of commemorative stamps. As usual, my age would feel a ノスタルヂック location.
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  • Beautiful from the outside. Old although mostly clean and in desperate need of renovations on the inside. Originally built for for olympic swimming its layout isn't suited for much else. Acoustics are terrible.
  • Stunning architecture, worth visiting just to take in the design.
  • Designed by architect Kenzo Tange, this elegant structure, with its dramatically sweeping profile, has become an iconic work of modern architecture. It was completed in 1964, built specifically for the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
  • Modern design and nice space
  • This building is probably one of the top 3 most amazing buildings of the last century. The suspension of the roof is incredible, and Kenzo Tange's utilization of cables creates beautiful light patterns. #tha_greatest
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