Constructed in 1958, the Tokyo Tower soars 332 meters (1092 feet) in the sky, which is 13 meters (42 feet) higher than the ... More
Constructed in 1958, the Tokyo Tower soars 332 meters (1092 feet) in the sky, which is 13 meters (42 feet) higher than the Eiffel Tower. There are two observatories from which to get panoramic views of Tokyo and Mount Fuji on a clear day. The Main Observatory is 150 meters (492 feet) high and the Special Observatory is 250 meters (820 feet) high. The tower is lit by 164 floodlights: orange in winter, and incandescent white in summer. The tower also contains the Tokyo Tower Wax Museum, the Mysterious Walking Zone, and the Trick Art Gallery.
During our trip, this was on our list of to do items. We made it about 8pm and the view from the street was amazing. Once we got inside the view was like no other. Lights galore!!! If your a big Michael Jackson fan then the Michael Jackson Lifetime collection is at the tower as an added plus. This was one of the highlights of our trip.
This was pretty cool. Very easy to get to from the subway too. We went up to the very top and it felt like the whole structure was swaying. Kinda freaky. All in all good times. Do the observation towers when the weather is the clearest.
I gave it a crappy rating for value because you can go to the Tokyo Government building and get to see all the same stuff for free.
They're going to tear down Tokyo tower soon, so if you wanna see it go soon. It's pretty cool tower, especially at night. You will be able to see most of Tokyo's skyscrapers. They do some crazy stuff during Christmas and new year, so go check it out!
As you can expect, the view was awesome and well worth the ~800 yen for the first platform and an extra ~600 for the second. Unfortunately, this is a popular place and you'll spend most of your time in queues to go either up or down. So yea, you might want to check when the busiest times are and avoid them.
I like it when i visit it , i like see from tower to view everywhere , and tokyo is very beautiful . Constructed in 1958, Tokyo Tower soars 333 meters, 13 meters higher than the Eiffel Tower. There are two observatories from which to get panoramic views of Tokyo, and Mount Fuji on a clear day. The Main Observatory is 150 meters high, the Special Observatory, 250 meters high. The tower is lit by 164 floodlights: orange in winter, and incandescent white in summer. Inside the tower, you will also find the Tokyo Tower Wax Museum, the Mysterious Walking Zone and the Trick Art Gallery.
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