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Waterline, Tokyo, Japan

Tuesday 18 Apr 2006
 

Floating restaurant

 
Waterline by WAN Editorial in Tokyo, Japan
T.Y. Harbor Brewing Co. 
 
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Tokyo's Waterfront City - first completed project 

A floating restaurant "Waterline" has opened on a Tokyo canal marking the first project to be realised since the city's deregulation of water use. Based on a new redevelopment plan called "Tokyo Waterfront City" which the Tokyo metropolitan government initiated last year. This restaurant is a combination of a building and a "ship" according to the shipping security law. It moves up and down to the change of the water level. Unlike normal ships, it was designed to be barrier-free and can accept wheelchairs. The design is by an interior designer Kanji Ueki.

Miki Megumi

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WAN Editorial
worldarchitecturenews.com

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