A Day at Tokyo International Forum

My photography project at Tokyo International Forum.

Today, I walked around Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho and took some pictures of the fantastic building. Tokyo International Forum is a multi-purpose conference center in Marunouchi, Tokyo, Japan. Designed by an Uruguay-American architect, Rafael Viñoly, it was completed in 1996. It features swooping curves of steel truss and glass, the outside is shaped like an elongated boat. This year, IMF/World Bank Annual Meeting 2012 will be held in this building. So I take a look also for their preparation.

Please enjoy some of my shoots in Tokyo International Forum.

The Glass Hall, Tokyo International Forum / photo junanto
The Glass from 7th Floor / photo Junanto

I really like the shape of Information Booth in the lobby. It really looks like a giant cake. Makes me hungry. 🙂

Information Booth, Looks like a cake / photo junanto
View from the elevator / photo junanto

When the day is over, the lady in the reception desk is preparing her stuff. Otsukaresamadeshita.

Otsukaresamadeshita / photo junanto

Thank you very much for stopping by.

Good night at Tokyo International Forum / photo junanto


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