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Omotesando Hills shopping center, Tokyo
Omotesando Hills (Omotesando hiruzu), built in 2005, is a series of urban developments that occupies a two hundred and fifty meter stretch of Omotesando, a famous shopping road in Aoyama, in the Minato ward of Tokyo.
With its 250-meter wide entrance area, six floors above ground and six floors underground, the complex includes commercial units on six levels, 38 apartments and parking for around 200 vehicles.
The rooftop is full of trees and plants, forming a connection with the Japanese zelkova trees in the street.
SOURCE: Courtesy of Japan National Tourism Organization, used with permission.
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