2000 – Tokyo Dome Hotel – Kenzo Tange

Designed by Kenzo Tange associates as architects, the strong lines of the Hotel’s tower, softened by gently curving surfaces, give the Tokyo Dome Hotel a sleek modern feeling. Its exterior, made of light and dark gray ceramic plates and permeable and reflective glasses, is a palette that reflects the sky and city, changing with the time and seasons. With 43 floors above ground and 3 below ground, the Tokyo Dome Hotel towers at a height of 155 meters a bove the city and has a total floor area of 105,856.6 ㎡, which includes 1,006 guest rooms, 8 restaurants & lounges, 18 small to large banquet rooms, chapel and other wedding facilities, a business center, a child care room, and an outdoor pool.

The Tokyo Dome Hotel was designed to harmonize with Tokyo Dome City, where the hotel is located, and become the City’s second symbol, following the Tokyo Dome. Hotel design incorporates the following three factors: gate, flow and contact. The construction period lasted from 1997 to 2000.


Name: Tokyo Dome Hotel│Type: Hotel│Architect: Kenzo Tange│Completed: 2000

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