The Seaside Top Observation Deck of the World Trade Center Building in Minato-ku is another one of Tokyo’s fantastic collection of observation decks.

It’s 40 floors above ground, 152 meters above sea level, and offers a 360-degree view. From the observatory, visitors can see Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Gate Bridge, Roppongi Hills, Zojoji Temple, Former Shiba-Rikyu Gardens and the Rainbow Bridge.

The admission fee is 620 yen for adults, 360 yen for elementary and junior high school students, and 260 yen for infants.

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Facility Name World Trade Center
Facility Address 2-4-1 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Official Site World Trade Center Building
View from the Observatory (East side/Takeshiba and Harumi area) View from the Observatory (West side / toward Roppongi and Shibuya) View from the Observatory (South side / Shibaura area)
View from the observatory (north / toward Shinbashi and Ginza) View from the observatory (Tokyo Tower) View from the observatory (Tokyo Sky Tree)
View from the Observatory (Former Shibarikyu Gardens) A view from the observatory (Zojoji Temple) View from the observation deck (Shinkansen)
Sofas on the east side of the observation deck Tables and chairs on the west side of the observation deck Tables and chairs on the north side of the observation deck
Cute decorations with heart marks Sky Chapel Crystal Entrance to the observation deck

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive

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