The Abeno Harukas tower in Osaka, owned by the railway company Kintetsu Corporation, topped out on Thursday. The building, which will be Japan's tallest upon completion, reached the landmark height of 300 meters (984 feet) tall when workers installed an 11-meter (38 foot) steel beam at the top of the structure, according to China Daily.
The building's completion is scheduled for 2014, according to the company. The 300,000 square meter building will include a museum, hotel, department store, retail, offices and restaurants.
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