travel asia japan osaka umeda sky building
ARCHITECT: HIROSHI HARA (1993)

The Umeda Sky Building is the 19th tallest building in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, and consists of two 40-story towers connected at the top.
My son and I visited this building in the late afternoon and evening as part of a tour of Japanese architecture.
We had evening refreshments at a restaurant bar at the top of the structure with magnificent views of the city.

LINK TO WIKIPEDIA'S PAGE ON THE UMEDA SKY BUILDING

LINK TO WIKIPEDIA'S PAGE ON HIROSHI HARA

TRAVEL: 1998


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Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.



Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.



Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.



Riding the escalator, Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.



View of the city from the Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.



Sunset from the Umeda Sky Building, Osaka, Japan, 1998.




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