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New Building: 10 above ground, 4 underground Eastern Building: 17 above ground, 1 underground Abeno Harukas: 60 above ground, 5 underground

Floor area

New Building and Eastern Building: 94,000 m2 (1,011,800 sq ft) Abeno Harukas: 211,900.97 m2 (2,280,900 sq ft)

Design and construction

Architect César Pelli
César Pelli
& Associates(supervising architect for exterior design) Takenaka Corporation

Main contractor Takenaka Corporation, Okumura Corporation, Obayashi Corp., Dai Nippon Construction, The Zenitaka Corporation JV

Abenobashi Terminal Building
Abenobashi Terminal Building
(阿部野橋ターミナルビル) is a multi-purpose commercial facility in Abenosuji Itchome, Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan. It consists of the New Annex (新館) (main tenants: Osaka Abenobashi Station, Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Main Store Wing Building), Eastern Annex (東館) (Tennoji Miyako Hotel), and a 300 m (984 ft) tall skyscraper Abeno Harukas (あべのハルカス). The reconstruction began in January 2010, and opened on March 7, 2014. The building is 300 meters tall and has 62 floors, making it the tallest building in Japan.[1] It is the planned alternative station building of Ōsaka Abenobashi Station, the terminal of Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line. Its floor space is around 100,000 square meters, making it the biggest department store in Japan.[2] It contains the new Main Store of Kintetsu Department Store, Marriott International
Marriott International
hotel, and new headquarters office of Sharp Corporation.

Contents

1 Name meaning 2 Floors 3 Shopping facilities around Abenobashi Terminal Building

3.1 Abeno-ku 3.2 Tennoji-ku

4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Name meaning[edit] The name of the skyscraper "Abeno Harukas" comes from the old Japanese word "晴るかす" (harukasu). It means "to brighten, to clear up".[3] Floors[edit]

Abeno Harukas

From Abeno Harukas Project Website[3]

58th-60th floors: Observatory "Harukas 300" 38th-55th floors and 57th floor: Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel

57th floor: Restaurants 38th-55th floors: Guest rooms

21st-36th floors: offices 19th and 20th floors: Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel (lobby) 17th and 18th floors: offices 16th floor: Abeno Harukas Museum, rooftop garden 2nd basement-14th floors: Kintetsu Department Store Abeno Harukas Tower Building[4] 1st basement and 1st floor: Osaka Abenobashi Station 4th and 3rd basements: parking lot

New Building

2nd basement-9th floors and rooftop: Kintetsu Department Store Abeno Harukas Wing Building[4] 1st basement and 1st floor: Osaka Abenobashi Station 2nd basement: Osaka Abenobashi Station
Osaka Abenobashi Station
Entrance

Eastern Building

1st basement-16th floors: Tennoji Miyako Hotel

Shopping facilities around Abenobashi Terminal Building[edit] Abeno-ku[edit]

Shinjuku Building Shinjuku Gochiso Building Abeno Appolo Abeno Center Building (Abeno Festa) Echo Across Building Abeno Urban Development Project

Abeno Lucias (A1-1) Abeno nini (A1-2) Abeno Cues Town
Abeno Cues Town
(A2) Abeno Gran Tour (A3)

Tennoji-ku[edit]

Tennoji MiO

Main Building Plaza Annex

Abechika (underground city)

See also[edit]

List of tallest buildings
List of tallest buildings
in Osaka List of tallest buildings
List of tallest buildings
in Japan

References[edit]

Kintetsu Press (in Japanese) Kintetsu Press release on August 25, 2011 (in Japanese)

^ "Tallest high-rise nears completion". The Japan Times. 23 October 2013. Retrieved 6 November 2013.  ^ Nagata, Takeshi & Takahashi, Kentaro (5 November 2013). "Osaka dept stores locked in scrap for survival". The Japan News. The Yomiuri Shimbun. Retrieved 6 November 2013.  ^ a b "Abeno Harukas Project website in English". Kintetsu Corporation (Abeno Harukas Project Website). Retrieved December 28, 2011.  ^ a b 6月13日(木)「あべのハルカス近鉄本店」 タワー館オープン! [New Main Store of "Kintetsu Department Store" will open in Abeno Harukas on Thursday, June 13, 2013] (PDF) (in Japanese). Kintetsu Department Store Co., Ltd. May 1, 2013. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 20, 2013. Retrieved May 2, 2013. 

External links[edit]

Takenaka Corporation
Takenaka Corporation
for Design and Construction of Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Department Store (in Japanese) Abeno Harukas Kintetsu Corporation

Records

Preceded by Yokohama Landmark Tower Tallest building in Japan 300 m (984 ft) 2012–present Succeeded by present

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Sharp Corporation

Divisions and subsidiaries

Current

Sharp Solar Takaya

Defunct

Optonica1

Shareholdings

Pioneer Corporation
Pioneer Corporation
(14%)

Calculators

EL-8 EL-500W series EL-5120 QT-8B QT-8D

Computers

Notebooks

PC-5000 Sharp Actius RD3D

PCs

MZ X1 X68000

X68000
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games MDX

Pocket and handheld

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Mobile phones

GX15 GX25 GX29 GX33 J-SH04 SH906i SX862

Televisions and displays

Aquos Nintendo Television Quattron Super Famicom Naizou TV SF1

Other products

Famicom Titler Twin Famicom

People

Tokuji Hayakawa

Places

Abenobashi Terminal Building Abeno-ku Blue Man Group Sharp Aquos
Sharp Aquos
Theatre Yaita

1Now integrated into other Sharp divisions or business groupings

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