To 23/Apr. Projection mapping – Tokyo Tower 3.5
from 2/20 '18 to 5/6 '18
New series of projection mapping TOKYO TOWER CITY LIGHT FANTASIA are
on till 23rd April at 2nd floor of Main Observatory, Tokyo Tower. Enjoy the fusion of breathtaking night views and super-tech projection mapping.
The theme this time is FUTURE TOKYO TOWER with new introduction of experienced-based contents featuring future of Tokyo and future of observatory.
For details, https://www.tokyotower.co.jp/of/en.html
Purposesurreal&cool,experience,night view,art,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 12.7km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.0in the last week
Tokyo tower. It is a symbolic place of Tokyo.
It has a height of 333 meters. You can either enjoy the view from distance or by climbing up.
The view is totally different when you see at daytime and at night.
The view from the top is amazing.
On a child's day or on a special occasion, the light-up changes.
4.0in the last week
It was beautiful to see this Tower from far away but I expected too much. Not as high as my expectation. I went here at night and it was not too crowded. Some decks was under renovation. I didn't go up, I just checked a mini winter illumination at the tower yard. You have to try a halal certified ice cream here. Tasted so good
5.02 weeks ago
Absolutely gorgeous must see attraction in Tokyo. I went at night and it was a beautiful view from the main deck. The staff were very friendly and helped me earnestly. Though they didn't speak much English, they tried their best to make sure I understood.
The gifts from the gift shop were fairly priced and had good variety. There are also some shops on the bottom floor. If you're into one piece, there is a one piece cafe in the bottom floor as well.
Overall I would highly suggest this Tokyo classic. During special holidays, the interior is decorated appropriately, so I would suggest waiting until a holiday to go. Very good experience and I will be going again.
5.04 weeks ago
Tokyo Tower was erected in 1958 as a broadcasting tower. It controls broadcast signals for television, FM radio transmission and reception, and traffic information transmission in the Tokyo metropolitan area. The tower is also used for collecting weather and air pollution data.
It soars 333 m (364 yd.) into the air. This makes it taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris, which was built to a height of 320 m (349 yd.) in 1889. Tokyo Tower is the highest self-supporting iron tower.
The tower is a famous sightseeing spot in Tokyo and it has two observatories: one at 150 m (164 yd.) and the other at 250 m (273 yd.) above the ground, that are crowded with visitors enjoying the view. During the day, it is possible to see the buildings and green areas of Tokyo and Mt. Fuji in the distance. After sunset there is a beautiful view of the city lights.
4.0a week ago
Doesn't quite have the dramatic placement of the Eiffel Tower, it's in a very functional area with good and efficient parking. It was designed to be a TV tower first and visitor attraction second, so it's positioned to send TV signals not to be the heart of a city.
However, it's so much better than the Eiffel Tower in ways that matter.
- Parking and easy access
- Lots of lifts that aren't confusing or so busy you wait for hours
- No queues
- Friendly staff that actually want you to be there
- High quality shops
- Great food
Basically everything the Eiffel Tower isn't
It's not as high as the Sky Tree and doesn't quite have the views that some other famous towers do, but has great views of Tokyo and is worth a visit to see this iconic tower.