Tokyo International Forum
5-1 Marunouchi 3-chome, Tokyo, Japan
www.t-i-forum.co.jp/english - +81-3-5221-9000
Tokyo International Forum Reviews
Modern constructed building Jul 13, 2000
The Tokyo International Forum opened its doors in 1996 and is a multi purpose building, used for conventions and other purposes. One of the hall has over 5000 seats.
The architecture (depending on peoples taste) is modern and it looks a long boat. The outside of the structure is mostly large glass windows, with the inside large steel curves and beams.
There are several shops and restaurants as well, but the main purpose for my visits there (in 2000 and 2008) was to get information at the JTB Tokyo Metropolitan Corp desk.
Here I found information and maps of Tokyo itself, as well as parts of Tokyo. I found the building itself quite nice, but to mark it as a must see in Tokyo.... not really. If you're in the neighbourhood and need tourist information, it's an useful place to visit.
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