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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatories東京都庁展望室

Observatory / Outlook

These are free observatories on the 45th floors of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Main Building No. 1, comprised of a North Observation Deck and a South Observation Deck. These are popular places to take in the sights of Tokyo from a height of 202 meters, including Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Opera City, and Mt. Fuji. They are often used as date spots or destinations to bring sightseeing tourists, and in addition to souvenir shops there are also a cafe and restaurant.

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Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishishinjuku 2-8-1 Tokyo Metropolitan Government first this government office building (Shinjuku / YoyogiArea)

phone 0353207890
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9:30-23:00 (Enter Deadline 30 minutes closing)

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Address
Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishishinjuku 2-8-1 Tokyo Metropolitan Government first this government office building [ map ]
Area
Shinjuku / YoyogiArea
Phone
0353207890
Hours
9:30-23:00 (Enter Deadline 30 minutes closing)
Closed
[North Observatory] 2nd Apr.
[South Observatory] 1st 3Tuesday (The next day if Public holiday), New Year's Holiday, Metropolitan Government Bldg Maintenance and inspection day.
Fees
Free to enter
Parking Lot
Available(67spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Note
Business hours and closed Sundays may change due to renovation work.
[03-5320-7890](Weekday10:00-17:00)
Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
Yes
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes
Wheelchair accessible
Available
Infant friendly
Available
Pet friendly
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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