Tour of night view spots of Minato-ku, Tokyo (we recommend the use of public transportation)
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- 1.Roppongi Hills"Roppongi Hills" is an expansive 12.0 hectare site, which is about 8 times the space that Tokyo Dome covers. It features shopping areas and restaurants, as well as art galleries, movie theaters, apartments, offices, a park, and much more. Mori Tower has 52 floors and extends 250m above sea level. It has a 360-degree glass observation deck called "Tokyo City View", and the "Sky Deck" above that offers a wide open space with a complete panoramic view of Tokyo's cityscape.Directions
- 2.Tokyo TowerOpened in 1958, this symbol of Tokyo, and of Japan itself, saw its 60th anniversary back in 2018. Located in Tokyo's Yamanote area, this 333m tall radio tower has both a main deck (150m high) and top deck (250m high) from which you can look out over Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tsukuba, and all of the Tokyo metropolis itself, making it a popular tourist spot not just among the Japanese, but with tourists from all around the world. The tower's 'Landmark Light' is widely acknowledged to have completely transformed Tokyo's nightscape, and together with the 'Diamond Veil' illuminations launched to mark the tower's 50th anniversary, they're able to paint all manner of pictures in Tokyo's night skyline. The tower's 'Foot Town' building is replete with services including cafes and souvenir shops, and also hosts a variety of events throughout the year, making the tower the perfect spot for a fun-filled day trip. The number of visitors to the tower's observation decks has surpassed the total population of Japan, breaking the 180 million people milestone in 2018. In June of 2013 the tower was officially recognized as tangible cultural property of Japan.Directions
- 3.Hi-NODE (High Node)Hi-NODE is a new facility facing Tokyo Bay that connects regions and regions, people and people, and now and the future. A lawn plaza surrounded by trees, a café and restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea, and a bridge connecting sunrise to bamboo turf in fantastic light at night. Surrounded by the sea, although it is located in the city, this Hi-NODE creates a new relationship between the seaand the living.Directions
- 4.Rainbow PromenadeThe Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo Bay was opened in 1993. The length of the bridge is 798m. The Rainbow Promenade (1.7 km) is a walking distance away and the night view is a popular tourist attraction.Directions
- 5.Odaiba Seaside ParkThis is a beach park facing Tokyo Bay that includes "Odaiba Beach", the 800m man-made beach. Other than playing with the sand and marine sports, it is also bustling with people throughout the 4 seasons.Directions