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Enjoy 360-degree views of the Kanto region from the world’s 2nd highest tower, the Tokyo Sky Tree

Tokyo Sky Tree
The Sky tree (東京スカイツリー) is a short walk From Oshiage ( sky tree front ) station on the Tokyo sky tree line and the Tokyo sky tree station on the Tobu sky tree line. The height of Tokyo sky tree is 1920 feet above the ground. There are observation decks at 1050 feet and 1350 feet up. The top Tembo deck is three-tiered and has a Café and photo services. To get to the top Tembo deck take the elevator from the first floor and travel to the 445 floor. From there you walk up a glass-walled corridor to the deck.


Enjoy one of the world’s highest observation decks!

Day admission tickets to the lower Tembo deck are 2060 yen. The 360-degree panoramic view is breathtaking! Seeing the Tokyo Tower down below helps you appreciate just how tall the Sky Tree is. There are cafes, restaurants and shops, glass floors, photo services and more! Admission to the top Tembo deck is 1030 Yen. If you want to go up to the top deck it costs an additional 1030 yen. To get to the top deck you go up to the 445 floor and walk up a 330-foot sloping walkway to the top. The glassed-in top Tembo deck provides an amazing view of Tokyo that is even more spectacular at night

Shop for very popular! official merchandise of the Tokyo Sky Tree!

There are Official Sky Tree shops in 3 locations. Admission tickets are not required for the shops on the 1st and 5th floors. The 3rd shop is located at the tembo deck on the 345th floor (admission fee required). There are many original goods and collaboration goods created between popular brands and Tokyo Sky Tree, including the Tokyo sky tree official character”sorakara chan merchandise. So the trip to the 345 floor is worth the price to enjoy the view and be able to purchase some great souvenirs!

There are many great exhibits at the “Tokyo sky tree!”

Throughout the “Tokyo Sky Tree” there are paintings, sculptures and drawings displayed in various exhibits. One of the more popular exhibits is the Tokyo Sky Tree creation exhibit. It has photos and drawings of the design and construction of the sky tree. Another very popular exhibit is the “Sumida River digital scroll”. It is a digital scroll approximately 135 feet in length that is located on the 1st floor and depicts scenes from the Edo period to Tokyo today and into the future. There is also the Super Craft Tree. It is located on the 4th floor and is a display of the architectural beauty of the “Tokyo sky tree” depicted in 12 different themes using bamboo and glass.