|Location||Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan|
|Roof||184 m (604 ft)|
|Design and construction|
The Cerulean Tower (セルリアンタワー, Serurian Tawā) is a skyscraper in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It was completed in 2001, and was built using empty lots formerly occupied by the headquarters of Tokyu Corporation. It is 184 metres tall and has 41 floors as well as 6 underground floors. The building covers a total ground area of 106,000 m². It was the tallest building in the Shibuya station area until the opening of Shibuya Scramble Square in 2019.
The two main materials used in the building's construction were glass and steel.
The Tower has both office space and a hotel, the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel.
|Roof||40F (40th floor) ||39F (39th floor) ||38F (38th floor) |
|Heliport (emergency use)||Tower's Restaurant & Bar||Tower's Salon||Residential floor|
|19F - 37F (19th - 37th floors) ||4F - 16F (4th - 16th floors) ||3F (3rd floor) ||2F (2nd floor)|
|Guest Rooms (414)||Offices||Indoor pool, Fitness, Esthetique, Kid's Room, Teeth Care Salon||Japanese and Chinese Restaurant|
|LBF (Lobby floor) ||B1F (Basement floor) ||B2F (2nd Basement floor) ||B3F (3rd Basement floor) ||B4F (4th Basement floor) |
|Lobby, Coffee Shop, Garden Lounge, Church||Small Banquet Rooms||Banquet Rooms|
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