Replica of Nagoya
The Nagoya Tower is a 180m telecommunication tower located in Japan, Nagoya of course. It has a metallic structure vaguely resembling Eiffel Tower, and as it has an observatory, it is often compared to the Parisian tower. But it's not a replica in the sense that we usually hear it.
This tower is quadrangular, it is made in the form of caissons, like the Eiffel Tower, but it has a central pillar absent on its Parisian sister. It has only one floor consisting of two levels, both being galleries of observation of the city. The summit looks a bit like the top of the Eiffel Tower, with its many antennas.
Replica of Tobu World Square
Tobu World Square
Tobu World Square is an amusement park reproducing the monuments of the world on a reduced scale. Walking in the alleys is very nice, we see 42 monuments very well reproduced. This park is located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. The Eiffel Tower is presented next to Notre Dame, two elements of the heritage of Paris.
The reproduction of the Eiffel Tower is 12m high only, which is not very big but remains proportional to other works. The quality of the copy is exemplary, everything is perfectly reproduced, beams at the curvature of the tower, decorations of floors to the antennas of the summit. We are here in the presence of a true copy, one of the few on this list.
Replica of Tokyo
The Tokyo Tower is probably the finest example of a copy of the Eiffel Tower that does not want to be one. It is a telecommunication tower watering all the agglomeration of Tokyo. She is well known and is part of the list of replicas of the Eiffel Tower, while it is not a real copy. But it must be said that she looks a lot like him. Already by its size, because measuring 332.5m, it is higher than the Parisian tower. Then by its shape, square base, slender towards the sky, and having two floors. Only two where the Parisian tower has three, but it must be said that enough, here. The architecture of this Japanese tower is really similar to the Eiffel Tower: 4 square feet that join with decorative arches, and an impressive spire.