The Weirdest Buildings in Japan

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That ball in the Fuji TV Headquarter in Tokyo and the long bridges makes it look kind of weird. Source: st3f4n@Flickr

A number of weird-looking apartments in Tokyo, designed by veteran architect Shusaku Arakawa. Pic credit

The Umeda Sky Building in Osaka is said to have a really fast elevator. Source: wendigo@Flickr

The front of the Nippon Television (NTV) Headquarter in Tokyo. They also have a small shrine next to the HQ. Source: slackeronline@Flickr

In Fukuoka City in Japan, they have an amazing building called “ACROS Fukuoka” with two very distinct sides: one side looks like a conventional office building with glass walls, but on the other side there is a huge terraced roof that merges with a park. . Source

The Mikimoto Building in Tokyo just looks like cheese. Source: svenlindner@Flickr

Habitrails-inspired otaku-infested electronics shop in Akihabara. Source

Does this thing on the roof of the Asahi Beer Building in Tokyo remind you of beer? I don't think so. Source: magtravels@Flickr

Eclectic little building,It combines elements of Art Deco, Modernism and traditional Japanese architecture. Source

The Sofitel Hotel in Tokyo. Don't know what to say about that. Source: pict_u_re@Flickr

The Tokyo Big Sight consists of four pyramids standing upside down. Inside you can watch art exhibitions. Source: jasohill@Flickr

This is a real picture of the De Beer Diamond Building in Tokyo. Maybe it has seen too many earthquakes. Source: guwashi999@Flickr

The Osaka Yabafo Building has a built-in freefall tower. Source: Pink Tentacle

The Namba Hatch in Osaka looks like a diamond. Maybe it would suit Godzilla. Source: Osaka Hatch

An old Japanese house downtown. Though small , it looks grand amid the cold , featureless modern buildings that surrounds it. Source
This Presentation Was Made by Dana G, thanks to Daniel Franz

Description: 15 of the Weirdest Buildings In Japan.