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Observation Tower

This is a full-purpose radio tower in Shiba Park in Minato City, Tokyo. The tower began operating in 1958, and has remained as a landmark symbol of Tokyo, receiving many tourists from both in and out of Japan every year. Reaching 333 meters at its apex, the tower has a main observation deck at 150 meters, and a top deck at 250 meters, providing a panoramic view of the greater Tokyo area. The lighting of the tower, changed seasonally in various colors, is popular with many. A commercial complex, the Foot Town, is arrayed with souvenir, character goods, and eatery shops at the base of the tower.

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place Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakouen 4-2-8
phone 0334335111

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Update date:2019/09/15

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Address

Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakouen 4-2-8 [map]

Phone

0334335111

Hours
[Observatory] 9:00-23:00 (Last entry until 22:30)
Closed
open everyday
Fees
[Main deck] Adults (High School Students and above) 900yen, Child (Elementary and Junior High School Students) 500yen, Child (4 years and above) 400yen
[Top Docker] Adults (High School Students and above) 2,800yen, Child (Elementary and Junior High School Students) 1,800yen, Child (over 4 years old) 1,200yen
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Note
The special observatory will be closed for renewal work from 10Monday3Sunday (Monday)-2016 summer.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

          There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.

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          The setting of countless iconic movie scenes and the inspiration for songs, poetry, and literature worldwide, Tokyo barely requires an introduction. It’s hard for the kaleidoscopic neon lights, wacky pop culture, and some of the world’s tallest structures not to instill excitement in any first-time visitor to Tokyo, whether you’re in the very center of the hustle and bustle in Shinjuku or Shibuya or looking in from the quieter suburbs.

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