Arranha-céus de Tokyo e do Japão (E algumas Torres)


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Arranha-céus são Edifícios altos. Continuamente habitável por muitos andares, geralmente projetados para escritórios e uso comercial mas alguns tem seu espaço aberto ao turismo. Vamos citar também torres e Estações de Radio e TV que também são verdadeiros arranha-céus.

O Japão é completo de arranha-céus e tem muitos dos mais altos do mundo, só em Tokyo existem milhares de arranha-céus. Neste artigo iremos ver os arranha-céus de Tokyo e de outras cidades do Japão.

Arranha-céus de Tokyo

Mori Tower ou edifício Mori é um dos arranha-céus mais altos do mundo, com 238 metros, e faz parte do complexo Roppongi Hills. Edificado em Roppongi, concluído em 2003 e possui 54 andares.

Tóquio Opera City Tower tem 234 metros de altura. Edificado na cidade de Tóquio, Japão, foi concluído em 1997 com 54 andares.

NTT DoCoMo Yoyogi Building  está localizado no bairro de Shibuya, ele tem apenas 240 metros e possui 28 andares. Ele está em aproximadamente 161 no ranking dos arranha-céus mais altos do mundo.

Tokyo Sky Tree é uma torre de radiodifusão em Sumida, com 634 metros de altura e é considerado a torre mais alta do mundo.

Shinjuku Center Building atualmente é o 183º arranha-céu mais alto do mundo, com 223 metros, foi concluído em 1979 com 54 andares.

Shinjuku Mitsui Building atualmente é o 177º arranha-céu mais alto do mundo, com 225 metros, foi concluído em 1974 com 55 andares.

Shinjuku Park Tower atualmente é o 141º arranha-céu mais alto do mundo, com 233 metros, foi concluído em 1994 com 52 andares.

St. Luke’s Tower atualmente é o 197º arranha-céu mais alto do mundo, com 221 metros, foi concluído em 1994 com 51 andares

Sunshine 60 Building atualmente é um dos arranha-céus mais altos do mundo, com 240 metros, foi concluído em 1978 com 60 andares

Tóquio City Hall tem 243 metros, foi concluído em 1991 com 48 andares. Ele abriga a sede do Governo Metropolitano de Tokyo, o que inclui também a cidades, vilas e aldeias que compõem Tóquio como um todo.

Torre de Tóquio – Uma das mais famosas que aparece sempre em mangas, animes e  doramas como referencia de Tokyo, mesmo não sendo uma das mais altas. Ele tem 333 metros de altura. (Foto no Inicio do Artigo.)

Existe muitos outros, eles serão mencionados na tabela abaixo.

Outras Torres e Arranha-céus

Veja uma tabela completa dos arranha-céus e torres de Todo o japão, juntamente com detalhes e uma pequena foto. Fonte: Wikipedia.

RankNomeFotoMetros altura
(ft)
AndaresAnoCidade
1Abeno Harukas
300 (984)602014Osaka
2Yokohama Landmark Tower
296 (970)701993Yokohama
3Osaka Prefectural Government Sakishima Building
256 (840)551995Osaka
3Rinku Gate Tower
256 (840)561996Izumisano
5Toranomon Hills
Toranomon Hills
255.5 (838)572014Tokyo
6Midtown Tower
Ground-level view of a rectangular, glass high-rise; a smaller, circular building is in the foreground
248 (814)542007Tokyo
7Midland Square
247 (810)472007Nagoya
8JR Central Office Tower
245 (804)512000Nagoya
9Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No. 1
Ground-level view of a grey, window-dotted high-rise; as the building rises, two towers break off on both sides
243 (797)481991Tokyo
10NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building
Ground-level view of a brown, rectangular high-rise; as it rises, it terraces to a point and a white and an orange antenna rises from the top. A clock is located on one side of the building.
240 (787)272000Tokyo
10Sunshine 60
Ground-level view of a gray, rectangular high-rise lined with columns of windows
240 (786)601978Tokyo
12Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
Aerial view of a gray, oval-shaped high-rise lined with rows of windows; the facade is bisected by a smaller midsection
238 (781)542003Tokyo
13Shinjuku Park Tower
Aerial view of a beige high-rise lined with rows of windows; the building is composed of three adjoined towers of differing heights
235 (771)521994Tokyo
14Tokyo Opera City Tower
Mid-level view of a white, window-dotted, rectangular high-rise; the corners are cut and made of glass
234 (769)541996Tokyo
Fukuoka Tower[A]
Seaside-momochi-2.jpg
234 (768)51989Fukuoka
15JR Central Hotel Tower
226 (741)532000Nagoya
16Shinjuku Mitsui Building
Ground-level view of a black, rectangular high-rise. its glass facades are highly reflective and the smaller facade is bisected by black, inset, crisscrossed beams
224 (734)551974Tokyo
17Shinjuku Center Building
Ground-level view of a brown, rectangular high-rise; the window placement creates several horizontal bands on one side and one vertical stripe on the other
223 (732)541979Tokyo
18Saint Luke’s Tower
Ground-level view of two blueish-grey buildings connected by an enclosed corridor near the top of the buildings
221 (724)471994Tokyo
19Shiodome City Center
Ground-level view of a high-rise's green, curved, reflective glass facade; it is bisected by a vertical groove
216 (708)432003Tokyo
G1TOWER[A]
G1TOWER Hitachi.jpg
213 (700)92010Hitachinaka
20Dentsu Building
Ground-level view of a thin high-rises's curved, glass facade
213 (700)482002Tokyo
20Act Tower
213 (699)451994Hamamatsu
22Shinjuku Sumitomo Building
Aerial view of a gray, triangular, window-dotted high-rise
210 (690)521974Tokyo
Toshima Incineration Plant[A]
210 (689)111999Tokyo
23The Kitahama—-209 (689)542009Osaka
24Ark Hills Sengokuyama Mori Tower —-207 (678)472012Tokyo
25GranTokyo North Tower
Ground-level view of a glass, rectangular high-rise
205 (672)432007Tokyo
25GranTokyo South Tower
Mid-level view of a rectangular, glass high-rise; one side is vertically bisected by a section
205 (672)422007Tokyo
27Park City Musashi-Kosugi Mid Sky Tower
204 (668)592009Kawasaki
27Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower
Ground-level view of a blue, glass high-rise. Two opposite sides of the building curve inward until meeting at the top; these sides also have many white stripes haphazardly strewn across them.
204 (668)502008Tokyo
29Shinjuku Nomura Building
Ground-level view of a white, rectangular, window-dotted high-rise; one side is vertically bisected
203 (667)501978Tokyo
30Izumi Garden Tower
Aerial view of a green, glass high-rise composed of square sections that rise to differing heights
201 (659)452002Tokyo
31X-Tower Osaka Bay
200 (657)542006Osaka
31ORC 200
200 (656)511993Osaka
31JP Tower
Ground-level view of a blue, glass high-rise; the tower sits behind a small, white, stone, window-dotted facade
200 (656)382012Tokyo
34Shin-Marunouchi Building
Ground-level view of a glass, boxy high-rise; it is composed of two sections, the larger of which rises higher than the other
198 (648)382007Tokyo
35Sumitomo Fudosan Shinjuku Grand Tower
Ground-level view of a blue and black, rectangular, glass high-rise; one facade is covered in slightly protruding vertical stripes.
195 (641)402011Tokyo
35KEPCO Headquarters
195 (640)412004Osaka
35Harumi Island Triton Square Tower X
Ground-level view of a three-building complex; each building is white and blue and lined with rows of windows
195 (639)442001Tokyo
35Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower
Ground-level view of a rectangular, glass high-rise; adjoining the high-rise is a stone building featuring columns
195 (639)392005Tokyo
39Sannō Park Tower
Ground-level view of a boxy, gray high-rise
194 (638)442000Tokyo
40Sompo Japan Building
Ground-level view of a thin, brown and white high-rise; the two wider sides curve and flair out as they near the bottom
193 (633)431976Tokyo
40Nittele Tower
Ground-level view of a blue, glass, rectangular high-rise; attached to one side of the building are two structures consisting of poles that run the height of the building
193 (633)322003Tokyo
42Mid Tower
Ground-level view of two similar rectangular high-rises; each building is painted to have curved sections of color on the primarily white facades
192 (631)582008Tokyo
42Sea Tower
Ground-level view of two similar rectangular high-rises; each building is painted to have curved sections of color on the primarily white facades
192 (631)582008Tokyo
42Kachidoki View Tower
Ground-level view of a white, rectangular high-rise; the corners are cut and balconies form horizontal stripes up the height of the tower
192 (631)552010Tokyo
45Acty Shiodome
Aerial view of a brown and beige, rectangular, window-dotted high-rise
190 (624)562004Tokyo
45Herbis Osaka
190 (623)401997Osaka
47Shinjuku I-Land Tower
Ground-level view of a blue, glass, rectangular high-rise lined with rows of windows; a small circular pad sits atop the building
189 (621)441995Tokyo
47Owl Tower
Ground-level view of a rectangular, window-dotted high-rise; the facades are tri-colored with white, beige and gray areas
189 (621)522011Tokyo
49Atago Green Hills Mori Tower
Aerial view of a glass, window-dotted high rise; the corners are cut near the top
187 (613)422001Tokyo
50Umeda Hankyu Building
187 (614)412010Osaka
51Elsa Tower 55
186 (610)551998Kawaguchi
52Cerulean Tower
Ground-level view of a beige, multi-faceted, window-dotted high-rise
184 (604)412001Tokyo
52Sumitomo Real Estate Shinjuku Oak Tower
Ground-level view of a blue, glass high-rise; a circular pad sits atop the structure
184 (603)382002Tokyo
54Makuhari Prince Hotel—–183 (601)491995Chiba
54Shibuya Hikarie
Ground-level view of a blue, glass high-rise; it is divided into three distinct sections along its height
183 (599)342012Tokyo
Nagoya TV Tower[A]180 (591)51954Nagoya
56NEC Supertower
Ground-level view of a light blue high-rise; one flat facade is bisected by a column of glass, while the adjacent facades angle in at several points until they meet at a point at the top
180 (591)441990Tokyo
56Century Park Tower
Ground-level view of an orange and white, rectangular, window-dotted high-rise
180 (591)541999Tokyo
56Nagoya Lucent Tower
180 (591)402007Nagoya
56JA Building
Ground-level view of a brown, rectangular, window-dotted high-rise; there are darker square patches placed randomly along the building's facades
180 (591)372009Tokyo
56Sendai Trust Tower
180 (591)372010Sendai
56Park City Toyosu Building A
Ground-level view of a white, orange and green rectangular high-rise; its balconies form horizontal stripes up the height of the tower
180 (590)522008Tokyo
56Keio Plaza Hotel North Tower
Aerial view of a white, rectangular high-rise lined with rows of windows
180 (589)471971Tokyo

São inúmeros prédios a se explorar, e não podemos falar detalhadamente de cada um aqui. Espero que isso seja o suficiente para mostrar o quando o Japão é repleto de curiosidades e atrações.


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  1. Eu adoraria conhecer todas esses Arranha-céus e Torres pessoalmente,

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