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Upper deck of Tokyo tower, with free audio guide for the tower.Free small picture as souvenirs, bigger piece for a cost.
2200yen for both main and upper deck,you may choose the visiting timing when purchase the ticket.
Bought the combo ticket for the Observation deck and museum. The 360 degree observation deck gives great views of the city and there are plenty of viewing spaces and even some comfortable chairs on the way around to sit and simply enjoy the views. There...More
Beautiful 360 view of Tokyo under the moonlight. It was windy which explains why we were advised to keep our stuff in a safe before climbing up. enjoyed the view and they had relaxing music playing in the background too.
I have been there so many times, and it never failed to give me a thrill. Such a marvelous place to have a look over this beautiful city. Night or day, though I prefer night, go and enjoy. It is well worth the money. Mind...More
350 metres height and 360 degree views of Tokyo. Shame when we went it was overcast and couldn’t see Mount Fuji.
You can pay extra to go to the next level which was 450 metres but we didn’t.
There is a couple of cafe’s that...More
It's not free, but it is worth its price. You will get amazing views of Tokyo skyline, stretching up to the horizon all around you (except for 2 narrow blind spots you can check out from the deck below). You can see it all from...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
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Firstly, if it is too windy, the skydeck will be closed and you will not be able to access it. Secondly, i am almost certain that you can't take a tripod up to the skydeck. Cameras are allowed, so if you can go - so can the... More
Firstly, if it is too windy, the skydeck will be closed and you will not be able to access it. Secondly, i am almost certain that you can't take a tripod up to the skydeck. Cameras are allowed, so if you can go - so can the camera.