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Tokyo Sky Tree

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4.4 (83411)

1-chōme-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo 131-0045, Japan

World's tallest freestanding broadcasting tower with an observation deck boasting 360-degree views.

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phone+81 570-550-634
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free
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clockOpening hours

Mondays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Tuesdays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Wednesdays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Thursdays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Fridays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Saturdays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Sundays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

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Bryan James Ilaga (Bryan James) a week ago

I haven't had the chance to visit the insides of the Tokyo Skytree, but the view from the outside is great. Tokyo Skytree looks spectacular especially at night! This is a walking distance from the hotel where we stayed. Even if you are casually strolling at night, consider visiting this place as part of your trip. This is also one of the famous landmarks in Japan; so I would highly recommend for first time tourists to visit this.

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WanderLensBiker “WanderLensBiker” 3 weeks ago

My visit to the Tokyo Skytree was nothing short of mesmerizing. Rising elegantly against the Tokyo skyline, it stands as a symbol of innovation and modernity. During the day, the panoramic views from the observation decks were simply breathtaking. I could see Tokyo stretching out endlessly in every direction, with its maze of streets and towering buildings creating a vibrant tapestry below. As night fell, the Skytree transformed into a dazzling spectacle of lights. The cityscape sparkled and shimmered, and I was captivated by the beauty of Tokyo illuminated against the dark sky. The Skytree itself was adorned with colorful lights, adding to the magical ambiance of the evening. One of the highlights of my visit was staying in a nearby hotel, which offered unparalleled views of the Skytree. Witnessing its majestic presence both during the day and at night allowed me to appreciate its architectural brilliance from different perspectives. Overall, my experience at the Tokyo Skytree was unforgettable. It's not just a towering structure but a symbol of Tokyo's dynamism and spirit. Whether day or night, the Skytree offers an enchanting glimpse into the heart of this bustling metropolis.

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Mateusz Ostropolski a month ago

Visiting Tokyo Skytree was really fun and exciting, but also very busy. It’s a super tall tower in Tokyo that lots of people want to see. When I got there, I saw a long line of people waiting to buy tickets. But, I found out that buying tickets online is smarter because you don’t have to wait as long. You still have to get your tickets from a machine when you arrive, but it saves you about half an hour of standing in line. The place was packed with people, but they have a good system for getting everyone up to the top. There are several elevators that take you up to where you can see the views. And wow, the views are amazing! You can see all over Tokyo from up there. There’s even a higher spot you can go to for even better views. For those who like taking photos, this is a great place. You can get some really nice shots of the city. They also have a special elevator for people in wheelchairs, which is really thoughtful. Plus, there’s a place to grab some food and even a service where professionals can take your photo. The only not-so-great part is how crowded it gets. But other than that, going to Tokyo Skytree is a lot of fun and something I think everyone should do if they visit Tokyo.

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Dhananjay Patil a month ago

Visiting Tokyo Skytree was an unforgettable experience! The panoramic views from the observation decks were absolutely breathtaking, offering a stunning glimpse of Tokyo's vast urban landscape. The structure itself is a marvel of modern architecture, with its sleek design and impressive height. The Skytree Town below also provided plenty of shopping and dining options, adding to the overall experience. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is that the queues can be quite long, especially during peak hours, but the views are definitely worth the wait. A must-visit attraction for anyone exploring Tokyo!

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Vishal Mevawala a month ago

There are many Skytree and Towers across the Japan. This one is one of them. We visited around late afternoon. It was still crowded due to Weekend. There is almost nil waiting despite of heavy crowd. We didn’t go all the way top and took the tickets for 65th floor, reached there in super quick elevator. Very well management, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the city, you can also enjoy night view since it gets dark early during the winter. We enjoyed the sunset and Fuji San view from the top. Good experience.