attractions The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan  

Brian Platz
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A list of the tallest buildings in Japan, with photos. These are the highest buildings in Japan, skyscrapers that tower over their respective cities. When we examine a country's tallest structures, we often discover a timeline of that country's economic success. Why? Because skyscrapers are a structure typically built only during healthy economic times. The tallest building in Japan is currently the Yokohama Landmark Tower. You will find it and plenty of other steel towers within this list of Japan's tallest buildings.

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Yokohama Landmark Tower is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Yokohama Landmark Tower Yokohama, Japan - Located in Yokohama. 296 meters tall, 73 stories high.

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Rinku Gate Tower Building is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Rinku Gate Tower Building Izumisano, Japan - Located in Izumisano. 256 meters tall, 56 stories high.

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Osaka World Trade Center Build... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Osaka World Trade Center Building Located in Osaka. 252 meters tall, 55 stories high.

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Mid Town Tower is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Mid Town Tower Located in Tokyo. 248 meters tall, 54 stories high.

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Toyota-Mainichi Building is listed (or ranked) 5 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Toyota-Mainichi Building Located in Nagoya. 247 meters tall, 40 stories high.

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JR Central Office Tower is listed (or ranked) 6 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
JR Central Office Tower Nagoya, Japan - Located in Nagoya. 245 meters tall, 51 stories high.

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Tokyo Metropolitan Government ... is listed (or ranked) 7 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Tokyo, Japan - Located in Tokyo. 243 meters tall, 48 stories high.

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Abenobashi Terminal Building is listed (or ranked) 8 on the list The 8 Tallest Buildings in Japan
Abenobashi Terminal Building Osaka, Japan - Located in Osaka. 300 meters tall, 59 stories high.