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|Tokyo Heliport (東京へリポート, Tōkyō Heripōto?) is a heliport in Koto, Tokyo, Japan, mainly used for chartered flights in the Greater Tokyo Area.|
Access to the airport is through Shin-Kiba Station. Approximately 15 companies do business at this heliport. Although there is no scheduled service, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police...
|A beautiful bridge connect Otaiba and Tokyo cross the Tokyo Bay. It shows different color at night to attract people's eye and make them fantasitic dreams. ||10/28/2006||488|
|Address: 2-4-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo|
Business Hours: 9:30am-5:00pm; Closed Mon
Admission Price: Free
|Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. More info.||09/08/2005||837|
|Tokyo Dome, seating 55,000, is the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants and Nippon Ham, two professional baseball teams. Concerts, festivals and other events are held in the stadium when there are no games. Tokyo Dome, nicknamed "Big Egg", was completed in 1988 and replaced the former Korakuen Stadium.||08/17/2005||633|
|Tokyo Opera City is one of the greatest theater complexes in the world. It consists of six theaters/halls and two art museums, together with a wooden-walled Concert Hall that has a first-class sound effect, and the New National Theatre Tokyo where operas, ballets, modern dances and dramas are performed. |
|Here are some cool sights around Tokyo that I have seen... Still looking for more of them. Expect updates||09/10/2006||535|
|TBS is a television network in Tokyo||03/24/2008||367|
|The bowling center nearby Tokyo Tower is demolished.|
High Resolution Overlay Picture (4cm/pixel).
The picture has been taken in 2004 from
the Observatory Deck of Tokyo Tower.
You will see some ball playing kids at the
lower right corner.
For more pictures of Tokyo and Japan please visit www.axelschwab.com
|This is a sailing ship built in Meiji Era for researching fishing bank and developing crabbing ship and practical training for whale catch.|
Now Unyo Maru at the campus of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology ( Integrated university of Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine and Tokyo University of Fisheries).
|Tokyo's Imperial Hotel was the best-known of Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings in Japan. The original Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was built in 1890. To replace the original wooden structure, the owners commissioned a design by Wright, which was completed in 1923.|
|An amazing model of Godzilla in Tokyo. Turn terrain off to see it fully.||12/02/2006||2,736|