Japan's tallest skyscraper erected in Tokyo
The skyscraper with a height of 330 meters has 69 floors, five of which are underground. It is planned to house the British School and a medical facility.
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The construction of the highest skyscraper (330 meters high) in Japan, Azabudai Hills Mori JP Tower, located in the center of the Japanese capital Tokyo, has been completed. This is reported by the local edition of Kyodo News.
The new building has 69 floors, five of which are underground. Here are residences with SPA and other exclusive services provided by the hotel operator Aman Resorts.
The skyscraper will house the British School and a medical facility run by Keio University, as well as company offices, retail stores and restaurants.
Previously, the tallest building in the country was the 300-meter Abeno Harukas skyscraper in Osaka.
In addition, near Tokyo Station, Mitsubishi Estate Co. is building a building with a height of 390 meters, it is planned to hand it over in 2027.
Recall that in the city of Ajman in the north of the United Arab Emirates on the night of Tuesday, June 27, a residential skyscraper caught fire.