Nittele Tower

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Shiodome NTV Tower
Nittele Tower
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Town or city Minato, Tokyo
Country Japan

The Nittele Tower (日テレタワー, Nittere tawaa) is a structural expressionist office building located in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It houses the headquarters of Nippon Television. The 32-storey building has a height of 192 metres. Construction was finished in 2003.

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Coordinates: 35°39′51.91″N139°45′35.68″E / 35.6644194°N 139.7599111°E / 35.6644194; 139.7599111

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