This is just a page of buildings of interesting Architecture. Japan seems to be known for quite a few really cool buiuldings. Hopefully someday I'll have time to visit many of them.
These pictures are of the Tokyo Internation Forum which is a really cool building near the Yurakucho station near Ginza. One day I showed up for class at Berlitz and there was no class since it was a holiday so I decided to go check some stuff out.
These first 4 pictures were taken with my Sony DSC-F1 on a cloudy day. If you look at the larger versions of the pictures (click on any picture) vs the ones below you can really see the difference a good camera makes. The pictures below were taken with a Nikon Coolpix 900 which is a great camera which is why the pictures are so much better. Its only major problem is that like most cameras it can't take low light pictures. I'm still trying to find a good megapixel camera that has zoom, comactflash memory, can take good low light pictures and generally takes good pictures.
This last picture is the view from the Tokyo International Forum looking back a the Yurakucho station. Tokyo station is only another 3 blocks down the track so you can see a Shinkansen (bullet train) pulling in in the background.