Tokyo Tower (Japan)
It is a symbol of Tokyo and Japan, which opened in 1958 and celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2018.
It is a comprehensive radio tower with a height of 333 m, and from the main deck (150m in height) and the top deck (250m in height) located in the hands of Mt. Tokyo,
It overlooks Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tsukuba, and the capital city of Tokyo, and is a popular spot that attracts tourists not only from Japan but also from all over the world.
Along with "Landmark Light" which had an impact that can be said to have changed the night view of Tokyo, and "Diamond Vale" which started on the 50th anniversary of its opening,
Various light-ups create a night view of Tokyo.
The building "Foottown" on the ground is full of souvenir shops in cafes,
It is a spot where you can play all day with various events held all year long.
The number of prospects exceeds the population of Japan, exceeding 180 million in 2018. In June 2013, it became a registered tangible cultural property of the country.
|Hours||Main deck (150m) 9:00-23:00 [Last entry 22:30]|
Top Deck Tour (150m+250m) 9:00-22:45 [Last Tour 22:00-22:15]
|Holiday||Open all year round|
|Parking||Yes, it is.|
|Transportation||Toei Oedo Line Akabanebashi Station Akabaneguchi 5-minute walk|
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Kamiyamachi Station Exit 1 7 mins walk
Toei Mita Line Minarimon Station Exit A1 6 mins walk
Toei Asakusa Line Daimon Station Exit A6 10 mins walk
JR Hamamatsucho Station North Exit 15 mins walk
|Admission||[Main deck (150m)]|
Adults 1,200 yen Children (elementary and junior high school students) 700 yen Infants (over 4 years old) 500 yen
[Top deck tour (150m + 250m)]
Web advance reservation: Adults 2,800 yen Children (elementary and junior high school students) 1,800 yen Infants (4 years and older) 1,200 yen
Same-day counter purchase: Adults 3,000 yen Children (elementary and junior high school students) 2,000 yen Infants (4 years and older) 1,400 yen