Tokyo Skytree

In 2012, the tallest radio tower in Japan was completed. The tower is 634 m tall, with a Tembo Deck at 350 m and a spiral corridor, Tembo Galleria, at 450 m offering great views of the city and even Mt. Fuji on clear sunny days. At night, the tower is illuminated with blue and purple lights alternating every other day, as well as various other illuminations for special events. On the viewing deck, there are cafes and restaurants, and at the foot of the tower is "Sola Machi" (Sky Town) which offers great shopping and tourist attractions.

Address
1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-570-550-634
Access
1-min walk from Tokyo Skytree Station on the Tobu Skytree Line. 3-min walk from the Oshiage Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
8:00-22:00
Open all year round
Official Website
http://www.tokyo-skytree.jp/
Time Required
2.5 hours
Admission fee
Tokyo Skytree Tembo Deck: Adults – 2,060 yen, Junior High School and High School Students – 1,540 yen, Elementary School Students – 930 yen, Infants – 620 yen; Tokyo Skytree Tembo Galleria: Adults – 1,030 yen, Junior High School and High School Students – 820 yen, Elementary School Students – 510 yen, Infants – 310 yen.

※ 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.

Tembo Deck

The Tembo Deck of the Skytree consists of the 340F, 345F, and the 350F. On the 340F, one can experience the tremendous height of the tower through glass flooring. On the 345F is a gift shop that offers original Skytree goods.

Tembo Galleria

For those who want to see a view more impressive than that on the Tembo Deck, pay the additional fee and head up to the Tembo Galleria. From there, on the 445F and 450F, one can sometimes see Mt. Fuji far in the distance. On the 450F is the "sorakara point" which marks the highest place one can stand in the tower at 451.2 m above ground.

Nightscape from the Skytree

At night, one can view Tokyo, the city the never sleeps, the lights look like diamonds strewn across the land. To the southwest, one can see the sparkling Tokyo Tower. For those who want to see something a little different from the day, please go ahead and climb the Tokyo Skytree at night.

Source:javarman/shutterstock

Skytree Illuminations

The Tokyo Skytree has two main illuminations, a stylish blue theme and an elegant purple theme. However, depending on the season and various events, special limited time color lighting is implemented throughout the year. If you’re lucky, you can get to see one of the light ups other than blue or purple.

Sky Restaurant 634 (Musashi)

On the 345F of the Tokyo Sky Tree is the restaurant, Sky Restaurant 634 (Musashi). Here, you can try "New Japan Cuisine" concept lunch course (4,860 yen -) and dinner courses (12,960 yen -) as well as special teppanyaki (iron plate grilled) meals that will make for a perfect memory of your trip to the Tokyo Skytree! The restaurant is very popular so be sure to make a reservation beforehand.

Source:MUSASHI

Tokyo Solamachi (Sky Town)

After visiting the Skytree, check out Tokyo Solamachi at the base of the tower. It is a shopping mall with over 300 apparel shops and restaurants. On the 4F is also a special area called "Japan Souvenir" that offers various Japanese souvenirs.

Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku

The Planetarium Tenku located in the East Yard on the 7F of the Tokyo Skytree Town was made by the famous Japanese camera company, Konica Minolta. The planetarium holds various programs throughout the day such as those with great power, those on the healing power of aroma therapy, and so on.

Sumida Aquarium

The Sumida Aquarium located on the 5F of Tokyo Sky Town is especially popular with kids. Here, one can experience Mother Nature in the center of Tokyo with the Tokyo Archipelago-themed giant tank as well as see various sea animals like penguins swimming in the free pool.

Land and Sea Amphibious Bus: Sky Duck

Get on the land and sea amphibious bus, Sky Duck right from the front of Tokyo Skytree Station! After driving through the streets of Tokyo, one can enjoy this popular attraction that takes your right into the Kyunaka River which runs east of the Skytree offering great views of the tower from the water.

Tokyo Skytree

In 2012, the tallest radio tower in Japan was completed. The tower is 634 m tall, with a Tembo Deck at 350 m and a spiral corridor, Tembo Galleria, at 450 m offering great views of the city and even Mt. Fuji on clear sunny days. At night, the tower is illuminated with blue and purple lights alternating every other day, as well as various other illuminations for special events. On the viewing deck, there are cafes and restaurants, and at the foot of the tower is "Sola Machi" (Sky Town) which offers great shopping and tourist attractions.

※ 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.

Tembo Deck

The Tembo Deck of the Skytree consists of the 340F, 345F, and the 350F. On the 340F, one can experience the tremendous height of the tower through glass flooring. On the 345F is a gift shop that offers original Skytree goods.

Tembo Galleria

For those who want to see a view more impressive than that on the Tembo Deck, pay the additional fee and head up to the Tembo Galleria. From there, on the 445F and 450F, one can sometimes see Mt. Fuji far in the distance. On the 450F is the "sorakara point" which marks the highest place one can stand in the tower at 451.2 m above ground.

Nightscape from the Skytree

At night, one can view Tokyo, the city the never sleeps, the lights look like diamonds strewn across the land. To the southwest, one can see the sparkling Tokyo Tower. For those who want to see something a little different from the day, please go ahead and climb the Tokyo Skytree at night.

Source:javarman/shutterstock

Skytree Illuminations

The Tokyo Skytree has two main illuminations, a stylish blue theme and an elegant purple theme. However, depending on the season and various events, special limited time color lighting is implemented throughout the year. If you’re lucky, you can get to see one of the light ups other than blue or purple.

Sky Restaurant 634 (Musashi)

On the 345F of the Tokyo Sky Tree is the restaurant, Sky Restaurant 634 (Musashi). Here, you can try "New Japan Cuisine" concept lunch course (4,860 yen -) and dinner courses (12,960 yen -) as well as special teppanyaki (iron plate grilled) meals that will make for a perfect memory of your trip to the Tokyo Skytree! The restaurant is very popular so be sure to make a reservation beforehand.

Source:MUSASHI

Tokyo Solamachi (Sky Town)

After visiting the Skytree, check out Tokyo Solamachi at the base of the tower. It is a shopping mall with over 300 apparel shops and restaurants. On the 4F is also a special area called "Japan Souvenir" that offers various Japanese souvenirs.

Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku

The Planetarium Tenku located in the East Yard on the 7F of the Tokyo Skytree Town was made by the famous Japanese camera company, Konica Minolta. The planetarium holds various programs throughout the day such as those with great power, those on the healing power of aroma therapy, and so on.

Sumida Aquarium

The Sumida Aquarium located on the 5F of Tokyo Sky Town is especially popular with kids. Here, one can experience Mother Nature in the center of Tokyo with the Tokyo Archipelago-themed giant tank as well as see various sea animals like penguins swimming in the free pool.

Land and Sea Amphibious Bus: Sky Duck

Get on the land and sea amphibious bus, Sky Duck right from the front of Tokyo Skytree Station! After driving through the streets of Tokyo, one can enjoy this popular attraction that takes your right into the Kyunaka River which runs east of the Skytree offering great views of the tower from the water.

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