Category:Ryōunkaku

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English: The Ryōunkaku (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion or Cloud-Surpassing Tower) was Japan's first western-style skyscraper that stood in the Asakusa district of Tokyo from 1890 until its demolition following the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923.


რიოუნკაკუ (ka); 凌雲閣 (ja); Ryōunkaku (fr); เรียวอุงกากุ (th); Ryōunkaku (nl); Рёнкаку (ru); 료운카쿠 (ko); Ryōunkaku (en); Ryóunkaku (cs); 凌雲閣 (zh); Ryōunkaku (it) かつて存在した日本の高層建造物 (ja); Gebäude in Japan (de); bâtiment de Tokyo, Japon (fr); building in Tokyo, Japan (en); foirgneamh i dTóiceo (ga); budova v Tokiu, Japonsko (cs); gebouw in Japan (nl) 浅草十二階, 仁丹塔, 浅草凌雲閣 (ja)
Ryōunkaku 
building in Tokyo, Japan
Ryounkaku before and after Great Kanto earthquake.JPG
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Instance ofbuilding
Location Tokyo, Japan
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Date of official opening
  • 1890
35° 42′ 56.06″ N, 139° 47′ 36.15″ E
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