Crossland Tower (118 meters)
Crossland Oyabe is a multi-purpose park that was built at the junction of two expressways. It resembles the shape of a cross after the Ministry of Home Affairs (currently called the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) designated the construction site as the 妬ntersection of region exchange". Crossland Tower was opened as a landmark of Crossland Oyabe on May 1, 1994.
Crossland Tower stands 118 meters tall with the observation platform at 100 meters above the ground. Visitors enjoy overlooking the beautiful and unique views of the dispersed settlements during each of the four distinct seasons only seen in this area. On a very fine day, the fascinating views of the Tateyama Mountain Range, Hakusan Mountain range and Toyama Bay can be seen from the observation platform.
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Operator Crossland Oyabe
Opening date May 1, 1994
Architect Ichiro Mizuno and Hikaru Tanaka, both of whom are professors at Kanazawa Institute of Technology
Structural type Triangular tube structure
Purpose Tourism
Observation platform Admission fees:
400 yen for adults that include high school students
200 yen for elementary school and junior high school students
100 yen for children 3 years old or older
*Group-rate discount (10% off) available for the group with 20 or more people
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