Which parts of Tokyo & Japan has European-style architecture there?
- MidasLv 42 months ago
Countless buildings, but whole parts the city? Not really.
- michinoku2001Lv 72 months ago
Akasaka Palace is very impressive, but hardly ever used for its intended purpose as a state guest house.
- QuinnLv 62 months ago
If by European style architecture, you meant anything other than classic Japanese or Asian buildings, then they are everywhere in Japan. Tokyo is riddled with tall skyscrapers. You think the Japanese invented skyscrapers? There are buildings in many places such as Yokohama, Tokyo, Osaka, and other parts of Japan that Europeans had setup trading posts and residence as far back as the 19th century; the Spanish and Dutch were in Japan since the 16th century. In the northern island of Hokkaido, nearly every building is of western style architecture.
- BobLv 52 months ago
The best European-style architecture in Tokyo and Japan are the cafes which sell chocolate cake in Tokyo and Sapporo.
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- flemish_beautyLv 52 months ago
The followings are popular in Japan.
- GypsyfishLv 72 months ago
None, thank goodness. Go for the local architecture.