Enjoy the Panoramic Night views from Tokyo's tallest structure
Opening in 2012, the Tokyo Skytree took the throne from the Tokyo Tower as the tallest tourist attraction in Japan.
From this 634 meter high television broadcasting tower, you can enjoy the best night views of the metropolis.
The Skytree Terrace (formerly used as a maintenance area) is now open to the public as an open-air observatory.
At this 155 meter high point, tourists can participate in a guided tour to gain a deeper insight into the structure and the surrounding sights.
Tokyo Sky Tree features two observation decks at 350 metres and 450 metres above sea level, both of which provide amazing views of the city, the surrounding Kanto plains, and if the weather permits also Mt Fuji in the distance. Both of which will make you marvel at the illuminated skyscrapers after sunset.
Skytree Terrace Tour
Open in 2012, Tokyo Skytree is the world’s largest tower standing at 634 meters. The tower is located in Sumida and is known for its colorful evening lights. …
- Tokyo Skytree (R)
- Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2
- [Observatory] 8:00-22:00 (Last entry until 21:00)
- open everyday
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