- 14 Mar 2002
Next Friday will see the inauguration of Japan's tallest building, the Azabudai Hills Mori JP Tower, a glitzy complex of three skyscrapers that - at a height of 330 metres - will surpass the previous title holder Abeno Harukas in Osaka by 30 metres. The building was unveiled to the media yesterday.
The building is the main feature of the Azabudai Hills complex slated to open on Friday, with the developer aiming to transform and rebuild an area formerly clustered with small wooden homes that were vulnerable to natural disasters, such as earthquakes. In addition to office space and apartments, the multipurpose complex contains a medical institution operated by Keio University, Aman Resorts' upscale hotel, high-end restaurants, luxury shops and the British School in Tokyo.
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Towering at a height of 330 meters, Japan's newly-built tallest skyscraper at the heart of Tokyo was unveiled to the media Monday ahe
Azabudai Hills will be an urban environment that seamlessly connects diverse aspects of human life, including living, working, congregating, relaxing, learning and recreating.