Shiodome Media Tower

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Shiodome Media Tower
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General information
TypeOffice, hotel
Location Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°39′47″N139°45′32″E / 35.6631°N 139.759°E / 35.6631; 139.759 Coordinates: 35°39′47″N139°45′32″E / 35.6631°N 139.759°E / 35.6631; 139.759
Construction started2000
Roof172.6 m (566 ft)
Technical details
Floor count34
Floor area66,489 m2 (715,680 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectSeita Morishima
Developer Kajima Construction

The Shiodome Media Tower (汐留メディアタワー, Shiodome Medeia Tawa) is a high-rise building in Shiodome, Tokyo, Japan. It is 172.6 m (564 ft) high, has 34 floors, and 66,489 m² (710,400 ft²) of floor space. Construction began in 2000, and the building opened in 2003. It was designed by Seita Morishima, and built by Kajima Construction.

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