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World Trade Center Building Observatory 40 fl. seaside Top

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The World Trade Center building is 152 meters above ground directly connected to JR, Tokyo Monorail, Hamamatsucho station, Toei Subway and Daimon station. It is a complex building that collects offices and restaurants of trade related organizations. It was completed in 1970. On the 40th floor, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the dynamic Tokyo. To see the Tokyo Tower, there is the Vespa, Sky Tree and Roppongi Hills. In front of the Tokyo Bay, Odaiba, the Rainbow Bridge, the Boso Peninsula and the Miura Peninsula, the waterfront and varied landscapes. At night you can enjoy a beautiful make gorgeous. It is a popular photo spot for railway fans.

HoursNormal hours 10:00 ~ 20:30 (reception hours until 20:00) * Summer and Christmas may be extended.
HolidayNone (except on December 30th, 31st and February closed on the entire day)
ParkingRefereed
TransportationDirectly connected to JR (Yamanote Line/Keihin-Tohoku Line), Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsucho Station, Toei Subway (Asakusa Line/Oedo line) Daimon Station (Exit B3)
AdmissionAvailable: Adults, 620 yen, high school students, 620 yen, Junior High school students ¥ 360, Infant ¥ 260
URLhttps://www.wtcbldg.co.jp/wtcb/facility/seaside/index.html#anchor03

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World Trade Center Bldg., 40th Floor, 2-4-1 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo