List of tallest buildings by Japanese prefecture

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Tallest buildings[edit]

Prefecture City Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Coordinates Refs
Aichi Nagoya Midland Square 247 (810) 47 2006 35°10′14″N 136°53′06″E / 35.17056°N 136.88500°E / 35.17056; 136.88500 (Midland Square) [1][2]
Akita Akita Belldome Landmark Akita 95 (313) 30 2003 39°43′05″N 140°07′08″E / 39.71806°N 140.11889°E / 39.71806; 140.11889 (Belldome Landmark Akita) [3][4]
Aomori Aomori Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center 76 (249) 15 1986 40°49′47″N 140°44′28″E / 40.82972°N 140.74111°E / 40.82972; 140.74111 (Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center) [5]
Chiba Chiba APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari 181 (593) 49 1993 35°38′38.5″N 140°02′13″E / 35.644028°N 140.03694°E / 35.644028; 140.03694 (APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari) [6][7]
Ehime Imabari Imabari Kokusai Hotel 102 (334) 23 1996 34°03′44″N 133°00′2″E / 34.06222°N 133.00056°E / 34.06222; 133.00056 (Imabari Kokusai Hotel) [8][9]
Fukui Fukui Happiring 91 (298) 21 2016 36°3′40.5″N 136°13′19″E / 36.061250°N 136.22194°E / 36.061250; 136.22194 (Happiring)
Fukuoka Kitakyushu Kokura D.C. Tower 146 (478) 41 2011 33°53′13″N 130°52′28.5″E / 33.88694°N 130.874583°E / 33.88694; 130.874583 (Kokura D.C. Tower)
Fukushima Kōriyama Big-i 133 (435) 24 1991 37°23′59″N 140°23′17″E / 37.39972°N 140.38806°E / 37.39972; 140.38806 (Big-i) [10]
Gifu Gifu Gifu City Tower 43 163 (535) 43 2007 35°24′39″N 136°45′15″E / 35.41083°N 136.75417°E / 35.41083; 136.75417 (Gifu City Tower 43) [11][12]
Gunma Maebashi Gunma Prefectural Government Building 154 (505) 33 1999 36°23′28.5″N 139°03′39.5″E / 36.391250°N 139.060972°E / 36.391250; 139.060972 (Gunma Prefectural Government Building) [13][14]
Hiroshima Hiroshima Urban View Grand Tower 166 (545) 43 2004 34°23′59″N 132°27′52″E / 34.39972°N 132.46444°E / 34.39972; 132.46444 (Urban View Grand Tower) [15][16]
Hokkaidō Sapporo JR Tower 173 (568) 38 2003 43°04′05.5″N 141°21′09.5″E / 43.068194°N 141.352639°E / 43.068194; 141.352639 (JR Tower) [17][18]
Hyōgo Kobe Kansai Electric Power Company Kobe Building 170 (558) 18 2000 34°41′10″N 135°11′46″E / 34.68611°N 135.19611°E / 34.68611; 135.19611 (Kansai Electric Power Company Kobe Building) [19][20]
Ibaraki Mito Ibaraki Prefectural Government BuildingA 120 (394) 25 1999 36°20′30″N 140°26′48″E / 36.34167°N 140.44667°E / 36.34167; 140.44667 (Ibaraki Prefectural Government Building) [21]
Ishikawa Kanazawa Hotel Nikko Kanazawa 131 (428) 30 1994 36°34′34.7″N 136°38′57.5″E / 36.576306°N 136.649306°E / 36.576306; 136.649306 (Hotel Nikko Kanazawa) [22][23]
Iwate Morioka Malios 92 (302) 20 1997 39°42′04″N 141°08′00.5″E / 39.70111°N 141.133472°E / 39.70111; 141.133472 (Malios) [24][25]
Kagawa Takamatsu Symbol Tower 151 (496) 30 2004 34°21′08.5″N 134°02′48.5″E / 34.352361°N 134.046806°E / 34.352361; 134.046806 (Symbol Tower) [26][27]
Kagoshima Kagoshima Kagoshima Prefectural Office Building 93 (305) 18 1996 31°33′37.5″N 130°33′29.5″E / 31.560417°N 130.558194°E / 31.560417; 130.558194 (Kagoshima Prefectural Office Building) [28]
Kanagawa Yokohama Yokohama Landmark Tower 296 (970) 70 1993 35°27′17″N 139°37′54″E / 35.45472°N 139.63167°E / 35.45472; 139.63167 (Yokohama Landmark Tower) [29][30]
Kōchi Kōchi Top One Shikoku 100 (328) 29 1993 33°33′26″N 133°32′51.5″E / 33.55722°N 133.547639°E / 33.55722; 133.547639 (Top One Shikoku) [31]
Kumamoto Kumamoto The Kumamoto Tower 123 (404) 36 2012 32°47′25″N 130°41′29″E / 32.79028°N 130.69139°E / 32.79028; 130.69139 (The Kumamoto Tower)
Kyoto Kyoto Nidec Corporation HeadquartersB 101 (330) 22 2003 34°57′4″N 135°42′57″E / 34.95111°N 135.71583°E / 34.95111; 135.71583 (Nidec Corporation Headquarters) [32][33]
Mie Yokkaichi Yokkaichi Port Building 100 (328) 14 1999 34°59′36″N 136°39′26″E / 34.99333°N 136.65722°E / 34.99333; 136.65722 (Yokkaichi Port Building) [34][35]
Miyagi Sendai Sendai Trust Tower 180 (591) 37 2010 38°15′23″N 140°52′34″E / 38.25639°N 140.87611°E / 38.25639; 140.87611 (Sendai Trust Tower) [36]
Miyazaki Miyazaki Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort 154 (506) 43 1994 31°57′32″N 131°28′11″E / 31.95889°N 131.46972°E / 31.95889; 131.46972 (Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort) [37]
Nagano Nagano NTT DoCoMo Nagano Building 75 (246) 16 2000 36°38′54″N 138°11′30″E / 36.64833°N 138.19167°E / 36.64833; 138.19167 (NTT DoCoMo Nagano Building) [38]
Nagasaki Nagasaki Nagasaki City TowerC 95 (312) 28 2004 32°44′59″N 129°51′55″E / 32.74972°N 129.86528°E / 32.74972; 129.86528 (Nagasaki City Tower) [39]
Nara Nara Five-storied pagoda at Kōfuku-ji 51 (167) 5 1426 34°40′57″N 135°49′55″E / 34.68250°N 135.83194°E / 34.68250; 135.83194 (Five-storied pagoda at Kōfuku-ji) [40]
Niigata Niigata Bandaijima Building 141 (461) 31 2003 37°55′30″N 139°03′34″E / 37.92500°N 139.05944°E / 37.92500; 139.05944 (Bandaijima Building) [41][42]
Ōita Ōita Oasis Plaza 21 102 (337) 21 1998 33°14′17″N 131°36′06″E / 33.23806°N 131.60167°E / 33.23806; 131.60167 (Oasis Plaza 21) [43][44]
Okayama Okayama Grace Tower 109 (356) 32 2004 34°39′57″N 133°55′31″E / 34.66583°N 133.92528°E / 34.66583; 133.92528 (Grace Tower) [45][46]
Okinawa Naha D'Grafort Okinawa Tower 90 (295) 25 2007 26°13′31″N 127°41′29″E / 26.22528°N 127.69139°E / 26.22528; 127.69139 (D'Grafort Okinawa Tower) [47]
Osaka Osaka Abeno Harukas 300 (984) 60 2014 34°38′45.6″N 135°30′48.2″E / 34.646000°N 135.513389°E / 34.646000; 135.513389 (Abeno Harukas) [48][49][50]
Saga Saga Everlife Saga Castle 75 (246) 16 2001 33°15′09″N 130°18′5.5″E / 33.25250°N 130.301528°E / 33.25250; 130.301528 (Everlife Saga Castle)
Saitama Kawaguchi Elsa Tower 55 186 (610) 55 1998 35°47′48.5″N 139°43′54″E / 35.796806°N 139.73167°E / 35.796806; 139.73167 (Elsa Tower 55) [51][52]
Shiga Ōtsu Otsu Prince Hotel 137 (448) 38 1989 35°0′18.5″N 135°53′21″E / 35.005139°N 135.88917°E / 35.005139; 135.88917 (Otsu Prince Hotel) [53][54]
Shimane Matsue San-in Godo Bank Building 75 (246) 14 1997 35°27′58″N 135°3′16″E / 35.46611°N 135.05444°E / 35.46611; 135.05444 (San-in Godo Bank Building) [55]
Shizuoka Hamamatsu Act Tower 213 (699) 45 1994 34°42′20.5″N 137°44′14″E / 34.705694°N 137.73722°E / 34.705694; 137.73722 (Act Tower) [56][57]
Tochigi Utsunomiya Ovest Utsunomiya The Tower 85 (279) 23 2000 36°33′27″N 139°53′49.5″E / 36.55750°N 139.897083°E / 36.55750; 139.897083 (Ovest Utsunomiya The Tower)
Tokushima Tokushima Tokushima Station Building 95 (312) 20 1993 34°04′28.3″N 134°33′2.7″E / 34.074528°N 134.550750°E / 34.074528; 134.550750 (Tokushima Station Building)
Tokyo Minato Toranomon Hills Toranomon Hills 256 (838) 52 2014 35°40′1″N 139°44′58″E / 35.66694°N 139.74944°E / 35.66694; 139.74944 (Toranomon Hills) [58][59][60]
Tottori Yonago Yonago Universal Hotel 55 (180) 15 2001 35°25′30″N 133°20′09″E / 35.42500°N 133.33583°E / 35.42500; 133.33583 (Yonago Universal Hotel)
Toyama Toyama Tower 111 121 (395) 22 1994 36°42′11.8″N 137°12′58.3″E / 36.703278°N 137.216194°E / 36.703278; 137.216194 (Tower 111)
Wakayama Shirahama President Tsubaki 95 (325) 28 1976 33°36′17″N 135°23′19.5″E / 33.60472°N 135.388750°E / 33.60472; 135.388750 (President Tsubaki)
Yamagata Kaminoyama Sky Tower 41 134 (439) 41 1999 38°08′18″N 140°16′55″E / 38.13833°N 140.28194°E / 38.13833; 140.28194 (Sky Tower 41)
Yamaguchi Shimonoseki Vel Tower Shimonoseki 73 (238) 22 2007 33°56′59″N 130°55′32″E / 33.94972°N 130.92556°E / 33.94972; 130.92556 (Vel Tower Shimonoseki)
Yamanashi Kōfu Saints .25 94 (308) 25 2007 35°40′3.5″N 138°34′21″E / 35.667639°N 138.57250°E / 35.667639; 138.57250 (Saints .25)

Notes[edit]

  • ^A G1 Tower rises to a height of 214 metres (700 ft) tall, making it the tallest structure in the prefecture.
  • ^B Kyoto Tower rises to a height of 131 metres (430 ft) tall, making it the tallest structure in the prefecture.[61]
  • ^C A replica of St. Martin's Cathedral at the Huis Ten Bosch theme park rises to a height of 105 metres (344 ft) tall, making it the tallest structure in the prefecture.

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