The Skytree

Tokyo Sky Tree, formerly known as New Tokyo Tower, is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo Skytree- Opened in 2012, the Tokyo Skytree is Japan’s tallest tower. It measure 634 meters and was the second tallest building in the world at the time of its completion. The Skytree has the two highest observation decks in Japan. The spacious, 350 meter high lower deck features wide windows, a restaurant, cafe and shops. The 450 meter high upper deck is notable for a glass and steel enclosed ramp that spirals around the building. Both offer spectacular, unobstructed views out over much of the Kanto Region. A beautiful aquarium and shopping mall are found at the base of the tower.

Location: Sumida

Nearest station/line: Tokyo Skytree/Tobu Skytree line, Oshiage (Skytree)/Asakusa line, Tobu Skytree line, Hanzomon line, Narita SKY ACCESS Keisei line

Hours: 8am-10pm

Entry: Tembo Deck day ticket (no assigned time) ¥2,060, day and time assigned, advanced purchase ¥2,570; Tembo Galleria tickets purchased on the day ¥1,030

Observation deck height: Tembo Deck 350m (340F, 345F and 350F); Tembo Galleria 450m (445F and 450F)

Glass floor: Yes (Tembo Deck, 340F)

Entertainment: Not in the tower itself, but Tokyo Skytree is part of a shopping and entertainment area

Food/drink: Yes (Skytree Cafe, the Sky Restaurant 634, The Skytree Shop)

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