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Updated on December 28, 2015

Bureau of Port and Harbor, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

Outline of the New Cruise Ship Terminal Building

The Bureau of Port and Harbor, Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) plans to construct a new cruise ship pier to accept the largest cruise ship in the world by 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. We today announced that outline of the new cruise ship terminal building have been decided.


〔Image of the terminal building〕


〔Image of the expansive lobby space〕

Structure of the New Cruise Ship Terminal

  • Steel construction, a three-story building
  • Site area (planned) : Approximately 15,000sq. m., 40m long, 130m wide

Characteristics of the New Cruise Ship Terminal

  • Dynamic Large Roof
    The roof images “Sea Wave”, “Ship Sail” and “Curve of the roof in traditional Japanese touch”.
  • Expansive Lobby Space
    A high ceiling and natural light through top light make expansive and comfortable lobby space.
  • Creating Japaneseness by using wood
    The interior makes use of wood. The wood of Tama Area (Western part of Tokyo) may be used in execution design.
  • Using Natural Energy
    Natural energy such as solar power will be utilized in the large roof.

Location of the New Cruise Ship Pier

〔Constructing on the surface of the sea in front of “Museum of Maritime Science” in Tokyo Waterfront City〕

Contact

Question about terminal building
Port Facilities Construction Section, Port Planning and Construction Division
Phone:+81-3-5320-5642

Question about port and harbor plan
Planning Section, Port Planning and Construction Division
Phone:+81-3-5320-5611

 

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