Introducing observation decks in Tokyo. We introduce a wide range of observatories, from spots that are free of charge to spots that are ideal as date spots, spots that can be enjoyed by families, and spots with a great view. Please use this page when you go to the observatory.

Tokyo Sky Tree TEMBO Kairo

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The Tokyo Sky Tree has two decks with the highest being the Skytree TEMBO Kairo Deck. Located 450 meters above the ground and the highest point, Sorakara Point, is 451.2 meters above the ground. The TEMBO Kairo connects Floor 445 and Floor 450, and is an all-glass corridor approximately 110 meters high, allowing visitors to look down on the sky above or directly below.

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 Tokyo Sky Tree TEMBO DECK

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The Tokyo Skytree Tembo Deck is located 350 meters above ground level and is an open space with large glass panels over 5 meters high arranged in 360 degrees. The TEMBO DECK consists of Floor 340 to Floor 345 and Floor 350, and includes the SKYTREE CAFE, Sky Restaurant 634 and THE SKYTREE SHOP.

 Tokyo City View Observation Deck (Roppongi Hills)

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The Tokyo City View observation deck at Roppongi Hills is 250 meters above sea level, with a 360-degree glass wall that creates a sense of openness. You can see the Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Gate Bridge and other famous landmarks in Tokyo, as well as Mt.

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 Tokyo City View Sky Deck

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The Sky Deck at Roppongi Hills, which opened in April 2008, is a large observatory located 270 meters above sea level, even higher than Tokyo City View, and offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Tokyo. Admission is 1,500 yen, plus 300 yen for the Sky Deck.

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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck (Shinjuku)

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The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck is a free observation deck 202 meters above the ground. From the observation deck, you can see Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree, Mt. The Observation Deck can be accessed from the first floor of the First Main Building by the elevator dedicated to the Observation Deck.

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1310361007_51 Fuji Television Observation Deck Hachitama (Odaiba)

The Fuji Television Building observation deck in Odaiba, Tokyo, offers a 270-degree panoramic view of the Tokyo Gate Bridge, Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge and other landmark buildings in the Rinkai subcenter from the spherical observation deck on the 25th floor. Admission to the sphere is 500 yen for adults and 300 yen for elementary and junior high school students.

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Tokyo Tower Observation Deck

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The Tokyo Tower Observation Deck, located in Minato-ku, Tokyo, offers views from three floors: the first floor of the Main Observatory (145 meters), the second floor of the Main Observatory (150 meters), and the Special Observatory (250 meters). You can see the Rinkai subcenter to the east, Roppongi Hills to the west, Tokyo Bay and Tokyo International Airport to the south, and Tokyo Sky Tree to the north.

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 World Trade Center Building Seaside Top Observation Deck

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The World Trade Center Building Seaside Top Observation Deck is 40 floors above ground, 152 meters above sea level, and offers a 360-degree view. The fee is 620 yen for adults, 360 yen for elementary and junior high school students, and 260 yen for infants.

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Caretta Shiodome Sky View Observation Deck

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The observation floor at Caretta Shiodome in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is open to the public and can be enjoyed free of charge in the Sky Restaurant, where you can enjoy a meal while enjoying the view from the 46th to 47th floors above ground.

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SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observation Deck

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The Sky Circus Sunshine 60 Observation Deck is an indoor observatory facility located on the 60th floor at a height of 226.3 meters (269.8 meters above sea level), with sky restaurants on the 58th and 59th floors and the rooftop observation deck Skydeck. The Sky Deck is located on the rooftop and offers views of the Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Tower, and other famous Tokyo sights.

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Telecom Center Observatory

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The Telecom Center Observation Deck is located on the 21st floor of the EAST Tower and offers views of the Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Gate Bridge, Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower. It costs 500 yen for adults and 300 yen for children. The observatory is closed on Mondays, or the following business day if Monday is a national holiday.

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 Bunkyo Civic Tower

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The Bunkyo Civic Tower Observation Lounge is located on the 25th floor of the Bunkyo Civic Tower and offers a free view of the city. It is open from 9:00 to 20:30 and closed during the year-end and New Year holidays and the third Sunday in May. From the observation lounge, you can see the Tokyo Sky Tree, Sunshine 60 in Ikebukuro, Mt.

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Solamachi Dining Sky Tree View

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Solamachi Dining Sky Tree View is located in Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 150 meters above ground level, on the 30th and 31st floors of Tokyo Solamachi East Yard, where you can see the Sky Tree up close. The design concept is “a villa in the sky”, where you can enjoy a variety of restaurants.

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Tower Hall Funabori

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The Tower Hall Funabori in Edogawa ward, Tokyo is a complex facility located in front of Funabori Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line that includes an event hall, conference rooms, exhibition hall, movie theater, bridal salon, and free observation deck. Dinner shows various concerts and film festivals are held in the facility.

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Carrot Tower

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The Carrot Tower is directly connected to Sangenjaya Station on the Tokyu Denentoshi Line and Setagaya Line, and by taking advantage of this convenience, office facilities as a business base, various restaurants and general stores as a gathering place for ward residents, and the Setagaya Culture and Life Information Center (3F), etc. The Setagaya Culture and Life Information Center (3F), and various other facilities are located here.

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