Google Japan's View Of The City

May 10, 2013 • 7:47 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

Google Japan's View Of The City

Tom Anderson, co-founder of MySpace, was at Google's Japan office a few weeks ago and took a picture of the view from the office. Just look at that view.

Tom said there was a "a dramatic sunset that night, it started looking ominous." So he took a picture and then yesterday posted it on Google+ for all to see.

He did drop a hint about making working at Google. He said, "How fun would it be to work for Google in such an exciting city?"

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Comments:

Praveen Sharma

05/10/2013 11:58 am

Just wondering at what height Googlers are working here. Awesome view if you get a window seat to work. :)

Ray

05/10/2013 01:06 pm

looks a little more run down than i would have expected

ethalon

05/10/2013 03:31 pm

I'm not usually one for city scapes, but damn, that is beautiful.

Brandon

05/10/2013 03:51 pm

The Google offices can be found among the 26th - 30th floors of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. So he may have been around 400 feet above ground level. The building itself has 54 floors above ground.

MonopolizedSearch

05/11/2013 02:09 am

There's no dispute. This is one awesome pic!

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