Sapporo TV Tower

Tokyo's landmark is Tokyo Tower; meanwhile, Sapporo's is Sapporo TV Tower. It's located in the heart of the city, and if you go up on the top floor observation deck by the elevator, 90 meters high, you can see a 360-degree view of the whole city. You will never tire of it. There is a typical tourist spot, Odori Park, below your eyes, and you can enjoy the various views depending on the seasons and the time of day. A good place for you to take pictures of the city. There is a souvenir shop downstairs with many items, and "Terebi Tosan (TV Dad)," TV Tower's mascot, is very popular.

Address
1 Odorinishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Contact No.
+81-11-241-1131
Access
3-min walk from Odori Station on Sapporo Municipal Subway Namboku Line, Tozai Line, and Toho Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-22:00
Official Website
http://www.tv-tower.co.jp/
Time Required
90 minutes
Admission fee
720 yen/Adult, 600 yen/Senior high school, 400 yen/Junior high school, 300 yen/Elementary school, 100 yen/Children 3 years old and up
Other Information
*Wi-Fi Available (Only on observation deck)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Observation Deck

90 meters is high enough to observe many popular venues in the city. You can have an unobstructed panoramic view of the city on a sunny day, so you must carry a camera with you. The key is not only to look at the landscape but also to look for interesting spots; other than this, a miraculous well to see directly beneath the tower and an entire glass surface window is also available.

Location for Shooting Pictures

When you come down to the ground level, walk away from the tower. As you move further away, you can see the tower complementing the surrounding city of Sapporo even from a distance since it's tall. Enjoy shooting unique pictures from your own locations. The night views of the lit-up tower are highly recommended.

Source:Twitter

TV Dad

 TV Dad is a popular character of the TV Tower. The name comes from the alliteration of Japanese words of "Terebi-to (TV Tower)" and "tosan (daddy)." Its unique name and its relaxing, cute face attracts people in Japan. Many goods are exclusively available only here. On the observation deck, there is a shrine for TV Dad.

Sapporo TV Tower

Tokyo's landmark is Tokyo Tower; meanwhile, Sapporo's is Sapporo TV Tower. It's located in the heart of the city, and if you go up on the top floor observation deck by the elevator, 90 meters high, you can see a 360-degree view of the whole city. You will never tire of it. There is a typical tourist spot, Odori Park, below your eyes, and you can enjoy the various views depending on the seasons and the time of day. A good place for you to take pictures of the city. There is a souvenir shop downstairs with many items, and "Terebi Tosan (TV Dad)," TV Tower's mascot, is very popular.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Observation Deck

90 meters is high enough to observe many popular venues in the city. You can have an unobstructed panoramic view of the city on a sunny day, so you must carry a camera with you. The key is not only to look at the landscape but also to look for interesting spots; other than this, a miraculous well to see directly beneath the tower and an entire glass surface window is also available.

Location for Shooting Pictures

When you come down to the ground level, walk away from the tower. As you move further away, you can see the tower complementing the surrounding city of Sapporo even from a distance since it's tall. Enjoy shooting unique pictures from your own locations. The night views of the lit-up tower are highly recommended.

Source:Twitter

TV Dad

 TV Dad is a popular character of the TV Tower. The name comes from the alliteration of Japanese words of "Terebi-to (TV Tower)" and "tosan (daddy)." Its unique name and its relaxing, cute face attracts people in Japan. Many goods are exclusively available only here. On the observation deck, there is a shrine for TV Dad.

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