Tokyo International Forum
The Tokyo International Forum is a striking building in central Tokyo designed by American architect Raphael Vinoli.
One of Tokyo’s architectural wonders, the International Forum’s main hall is 60 meters high and lined with 2,600 panes of earthquake-resistant glass. It is often said to resemble a ship sailing through the Tokyo skyline.
The International Forum is used to host conventions, concerts, events and the Oedo Antique Fair on the third Sunday of every month (except November). See website for schedule of events.