Tokyo Ginko Kyokai Building

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Tokyo Ginko Kyokai Building
Tokyo Ginko Kyokai Building in 2008
Tokyo Ginko Kyokai Building
General information
Location3-1, Marunouchi 1-chome,Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo, Japan
Coordinates 35°41′01″N139°45′47″E / 35.683611°N 139.763056°E / 35.683611; 139.763056 Coordinates: 35°41′01″N139°45′47″E / 35.683611°N 139.763056°E / 35.683611; 139.763056
OpeningSeptember 1993
OwnerMitsubishi Estate
Roof88.2 m (289 ft)
Technical details
Floor count20
Floor area914 square metres (9,800 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators8 passenger + 1 freight

Tokyo Bankers Association Building in Marunouchi district of Tokyo. [1] Built on top of the previous building.

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