Harumi Island Triton Square

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Harumi Island Triton Square
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Location Chūō, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°39′27″N139°47′02″E / 35.65751°N 139.78377°E / 35.65751; 139.78377 Coordinates: 35°39′27″N139°47′02″E / 35.65751°N 139.78377°E / 35.65751; 139.78377

Harumi Island Triton Square(晴海アイランドトリトンスクエア,Harumi-airando-toriton-sukuea) is high-rise office and residential complex in the Harumi district of Chūō, Tokyo, Japan.

Chūō, Tokyo Special ward in Kantō, Japan

Chūō is a special ward that forms part of the heart of Tokyo, Japan. The ward refers to itself in English as Chūō City. It was formed in 1947 as a merger of Kyobashi and Nihonbashi wards following Tokyo City's transformation into Tokyo Metropolis.

Tokyo Metropolis in Kantō

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It consists of four towers, one of which is significantly shorter than the others; the three tall towers are the source of the name "Triton," and the total number of four is the source of the name "Square."

Triton Square is located near Kachidoki Station on the Toei Oedo Line and Tsukishima Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.

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