Kanagawa Prefectural Government's Office (King's Tower)
This building nicknamed “King’s Tower” stands with an exceptional dignity in an area filled with exotic air. Built in 1928, it was influenced by the Art Deco architectural style which was popular in Europe back then. The imperial crown style and the exterior scratch tiles give it distinction. It is particularly beautiful when the building is lit from sundown to 22:00. Often used for location shooting in Japanese TV dramas and movies.
Kanagawa Prefectural Government's Office (King's Tower) at night
Enjoy a video and light display projected on the ground at the Shinko Chuo Hiroba, along with a special program that integrates the surrounding buildings in a light show.
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