Izumi Garden Tower

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Izumi Garden Tower
泉ガーデンタワー
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Izumi Garden Tower
General information
Location Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°39′53″N139°44′22″E / 35.66467°N 139.73938°E / 35.66467; 139.73938 Coordinates: 35°39′53″N139°44′22″E / 35.66467°N 139.73938°E / 35.66467; 139.73938
Construction started1999
Completed2002
Height
Roof201 m (659 ft)
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Izumi Garden Terrace

The Izumi Garden Tower (泉ガーデンタワー, Izumi Gāden Tawā, Spring Garden Tower) is a 201 m (roughly 659 ft) high-rise building in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. [1] The tower features a hotel, apartments, a fitness center, offices, shops and restaurants. When construction was completed in 2002, the tower was the tallest building in Minato-ku, [1] although it has since been surpassed by the Mori Tower of Roppongi Hills.

Contents

The basement of the Izumi Garden Tower is directly connected to Roppongi-itchōme Station on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line.

Office tenants

Floor unconfirmed:

Izumi Garden Residence

Linked to Izumi Garden Tower by means of a central court and escalator system is Izumi Garden Residence, a 32-storey high-rise luxury apartment complex that caters to affluent local and foreign families.

Other amenities

Izumi Tower and its central court contain several amenities and restaurants, including a convenience center[ clarification needed ], bank, book store, clinic, and hairdresser, as well as the following:

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References

  1. 1 2 "Izumi Garden Tower, Tokyo". Emporis . Retrieved 28 February 2019.