Carrot Tower” is a 26-story high-rise complex known for its distinctive carrot color with brick exterior walls in Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
Carrot Tower is directly connected to Sangenjaya Station on the Tokyu Denentoshi and Setagaya Lines, and its convenient location allows it to serve as a business hub for office facilities, a gathering place for ward residents, various restaurants and sundry stores, and the Setagaya Culture and Life Information Center (3F), among others.
The Setagaya Culture and Life Information Center (3F), and various other facilities are located in the area. The Setagaya Culture and Life Information Center is a collection of facilities that support the voluntary community activities of Setagaya Ward residents.
The “Setagaya Public Theatre,” which provides a venue for professional activities such as contemporary theater and dance, and the “Music Division,” which conducts environmental activities to familiarize people with various types of music, also known as “Setaonono.
In addition, some ward office services, such as issuing copies of residence certificates, are available on weekends and holidays until 8:00 p.m., making it a popular place for many people.
The biggest attraction of the tower is the observation floor on the top floor, which can be used free of charge and offers a beautiful night view. From the observation restaurant on the top floor, visitors can enjoy a meal while viewing the night view of Tokyo Tower and Odaiba.
|Facility Name||Carrot Tower
|Facility Address||4 Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo|
|Observatory||View from the Observatory||View from the Observatory (night view)|
|Sky Carrot Bar&Cafe||Exterior view of the 26-story high-rise complex, Carrot Tower||Observation Floor|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive