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The Tokyo Skytree (Tōkyō Sukaitsurī) became the tallest building in Japan when it opened in 2012 and is the second-tallest building in the world after the Burj Khalifa. Stretching 634 meters (2,080 feet) into the sky, the tower contains two observation decks, one at 350m up and the other at 450m, from which you can see all the way to Mount Fuji during good weather! Lines on the day can get long, so book skip-the-line tickets in advance for the best experience.

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Regarding the current situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), this attraction is closed at the moment in order to help prevent further spreading of the virus.
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4 Tips for Visiting the Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree observation deck
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Did you know that the Tokyo Skytree was named by the general public? A committee for naming the tower collected names, including Tokyo Edo Tower, Rising Tower, Tower of the Future, and Dream Lookout, but Tokyo Skytree was the winner with over 30% of the votes.
Tokyo Skytree Observation Deck | Flickr: raneko CC BY 2.0
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The tower is extremely popular with travelers from within Japan, so if you want a less crowded visit then you should probably avoid weekends and local public holidays. If you’re visiting from outside Japan then you can also use the Fast Ticket Line, though it’s still faster and cheaper to book tickets online.
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The view of the sunset from the observation decks (either of them) is fantastic. In order to be at the top in time to see it, consider arriving 90 minutes before the sun is scheduled to set in order to have enough time to wait in line, take the elevator, and find a good spot.
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Make sure to find one of the areas with a glass floor - there are some on each observation deck. You’ll be able to take a really cool photo of your feet hovering high above the ground below, if you dare!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tokyo Skytree?

The Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting tower in Sumida which broadcasts 9 television channels and 5 radio stations. It was also designed to house two observation decks for visitors to enjoy! It’s been the tallest structure in Japan since 2010, and, at 2080 feet (634 meters), is the second tallest building in the world following the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. The observation decks are called the Tembo Deck, 350 meters high, and the Tembo Galleria, which is 450 meters high. Both offer incredible views of the city, and on a clear day, you can even see as far as Mount Fuji. Read more.

What’s the difference between the Tembo Deck and the Tembo Galleria?

The Tembo Deck is 100 meters lower than the Tembo Galleria and is also much busier since the tickets are cheaper. The deck has 3 floors: the top floor has large windows and offers the best views of the city, the middle floor has a souvenir shop and a restaurant that serves French-Japanese cuisine, and the lower floor has a café where you can enjoy the view with a cup of coffee and a snack. Read more.

Is the Tembo Galleria worth the extra cost?

It depends. It’s fun to be able to say you’ve been as high up as it’s possible to go in Tokyo, and you might get to see more of the Kanto region from the higher deck, especially on a clear day. Plus, as it’s a more expensive ticket, the Galleria tends to be less crowded, so you’ll have more space to take photos. However, if you’re interested in the view of Tokyo, you won’t find yourself able to see anything extra from higher up. There aren’t any extremely tall buildings close to the Skytree, so the view from the Tembo Deck isn’t obstructed in any way. Having said that, if you book online you can find some great deals that include the Tembo Galleria, and might even work out cheaper than tickets to the lower deck bought on the day. Read more.

How long will a trip to the Tokyo Skytree take?

It depends on how much you enjoy looking at views! From the elevator ride onwards, most people spend between one and two hours enjoying the view from either one or both observation decks. However, if you’re planning on eating lunch at the top then you might want to schedule in around three hours instead. Read more.

What things can you do or see near the Tokyo Skytree?

There are lots of things to do in the building at the foot of the Tokyo Skytree! Tokyo Skytree Town includes dozens of restaurants and shops, plus the Sumida Aquarium and the Konica Minolta Planetarium where you can lie back and look at the stars at any time of the day. There’s also the Postal Museum, where you can learn about the history of Japan’s post office. Tokyo Skytree is also reasonably close to Sensō-ji, Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple, so you might want to visit both sights on the same day. Read more.

Tokyo's Highest Observation Decks

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Building
Total Height
Height of Observation Deck
Open Since
Tokyo
Tokyo SkytreeTokyo | Japan
634m#1 in Tokyo#1 in Japan#2 worldwide
451m#1 in Tokyo#1 in Japan#7 worldwide
2012
Tokyo TowerTokyo | Japan
333m#2 in Tokyo#2 in Japan#38 worldwide
250m#5 in Japan#50 worldwide
1958
Sunshine 60 TowerTokyo | Japan
240m#3 in Tokyo#6 in Japan#70 worldwide
222m#6 in Japan#60 worldwide
1978
worldwide
Burj KhalifaDubai | UAE
828m#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
585m#1 in UAE#1 worldwide
2010
Empire State BuildingNew York | USA
443m#3 in USA#17 worldwide
373m#3 in USA#14 worldwide
1931
Eiffel TowerParis | France
324m#1 in France#42 worldwide
276m#1 in France#36 worldwide
1889
Tokyo Skytree is number 1 in Tokyo and number 7 on the worldwide list of the tallest buildings with an observation deck.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The Tokyo Skytree is open from 8 am to 10 pm daily. Last admission is at 9 pm. The ticket desk is open from 10 am to 9 pm.

⚠️ Closed until further notice:
Regarding the current situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), this attraction is closed at the moment in order to help prevent further spreading of the virus.

Address:

Tokyo Skytree
1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage
Sumida, Tokyo 131-0045
Japan

Tickets:

Same-day tickets for the Tembo deck (350 meters up) cost ¥2,060 for adults, ¥1,540 for children aged 12-17, ¥930 for children aged 6-11, and ¥620 for children aged 4-5. Same-day tickets for the Tembo Galleria (450 meters up) cost an additional ¥1,030 for adults, ¥820 for children aged 12-17, ¥510 for children aged 6-11, and ¥310 for children aged 4-5. Children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge.

How to get there:

Tokyo Skytree can be accessed via train to Tokyo Skytree station (Tobu Skytree line), Oshiage Station (Keisei Line, Toei Asakusa Line, or the Hanzomon Line of the Tokyo metro), or Asakusa Station (Ginza line of the Tokyo metro). A shuttle is also available from the following terminal locations: Tokyo Station, Ueno-Asakusa Area, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Disney Resort®, Odaiba area, Wakoshi Station, Asakadai Station, and Shiki Station (on the Tobu Tojo Line).
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