The modern architecture which colors the skyline of Tokyo

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The modern architecture which colors the skyline of Tokyo
The Co-stars in this modern real life drama are the architects who fill this space like painting on a canvas.

If persons from Tokyo have foreign guests, they usually take them to visit the historical and cultural sights of Tokyo, but really these are not the only attractions worth visiting in Tokyo. Tokyo has several very unique buildings, built by world famous architects, such as Kenzo Tange and Kisho Kurokawa. Shall we try and see some of these outstanding talents that really shine through and that give us a taste of the atmosphere of the modern city of Tokyo?

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●Route Description
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (Shinjuku) ⇒ (on foot) Shinjuku Central Park ⇒ (on foot) ⇒ Tochomae Station ⇒ (The Oedo Line) Roppongi Station ⇒ (on foot) Tokyo Midtown ⇒ (on foot) The National Art Center, Tokyo ⇒ (on foot) Nogizaka Station ⇒ (The Chiyoda Line) Omotesando Station ⇒ (on foot) Omotesando Hills

Time needed , 2 to 3 hours
Transportation fee, 370 yen

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings

The start of this journey is from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings which were designed by the famous architect Kenzo Tange.
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Shinjuku Central Park

The oasis among the skyscrapers in Shinjuku
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Roppongi Station

Take the Oedo Line and head to Roppongi!
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Tokyo Midtown

The dream collaboration of the most famous architects came true!
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The spots that are worth hanging around in Roppongi

You are able to taste the essence of all the delicacies in Japanese cuisine all in one place
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Hinoki-cho Park

Hinoki-cho Park was rearranged so that it was in harmony with Tokyo Midtown.
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The National Art Center, Tokyo

The beautiful curved glass curtain is absolutely amazing!!
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Omotesando

Just by walking down this street, you can get a sense of the excitement all around you.
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Omotesando Hills

A new landmark has appeared in Omotesando
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The spots that are worth hanging around in Omotesando

Have a break at Ao, which is a new landmark in Aoyama.
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