The Tokyo Television Tower is a television tower and one of the main landmarks in this city. The tower is located in the city district of Sumida. The Tokyo Tower is the tallest building in Japan with an incredible height of 634 meters. What adorns this television tower are two observatories with an incredible view of the city of Tokyo. These are the highest observatories in Japan, and visitors can choose to visit only one or both.
The first observatory is located at an altitude of 350 meters and is called the Tembo Observatory. It spreads over three levels and offers a wonderful view of the city. The whole observatory is made of glass, so visitors will really have the opportunity to enjoy. On the middle floor there is a souvenir shop and a restaurant.
The second observatory is located at an altitude of 450 meters and is called the Tembo Gallery. The incredible height and the construction of the observatory itself allows visitors to have an unforgettable time in a unique capsule that they have never been in before. At the top of the spiral ramp is a more conventional floor of the observation deck with areas to lie down and tall windows overlooking Tokyo. This floor is located at 451.2 meters and represents the highest point of the observation post.
If you want to visit the Tokyo Television Tower, you can do so by climbing to the fourth floor of the tower where tickets for the first observation post are sold. If you want to visit the second observatory, then you will take the second elevator from the fourth floor, which will take you to the ticket office.
Ticket price for Tokyo Skytree
Ticket price for the first level Tembo – 2100 ¥ - on working days, 2300 ¥ - on weekend
Reduced ticket price for the first level Tembo
For children from 12 to 17 years – 1550 ¥ - working days, 1650 ¥ - weekend
For children from 6 to 11 years – 950 ¥ - working days, 1000 ¥ - weekend
Ticket price for the second level Tembo gallery – 1000 ¥ - working days, 1100 ¥ - weekend
Reduced ticket price for the second level Tembo gallery
For children from 12 to 17 years – 800 ¥ - working days, 900 ¥ - weekend
For children from 6 to 11 years – 500 ¥ - working days, 550 ¥ - weekend
Ticket price for both levels - 3100 ¥ - working days, 3400 ¥ - weekend
Reduced ticket price for both levels
For children from 12 to 17 years – 2350 ¥ - working days, 2550 ¥ - weekend
For children from 6 to 11 years – 1450 ¥ - working days, 1550 ¥ - weekend
Working hours of Tokyo Skytree
Tokyo Skytree is open every day from 09:00h do 21:00h.
Last entrance at 20:00h
Photo credit: Charles Postiaux