Fuji TV Building

Sightseeing information about Fuji TV Building in Japan.

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This futuristic metallic building, a symbolic landmark of the Obaiba district, is the headquarters of Fuji TV. The 25-story building has a huge silver ball on top, 30m in diameter, which serves as an observatory to view this waterfront area. The building has many studios where much of the TV network's programs are filmed.

The ground floor is a shopping mall with an atrium, and the 7-floor rooftop is a space used for events and live stage shows. The 5th floor a promotion area, displaying plenty of photos, props and exhibits related to the network's major programs. From the street level, a tube-shaped escalator or a wide 100m-long staircase can be used to reach upper floors.

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4.03 months ago

Accidentally found this place. Well the globe like building and the amazing escalators and moving sidewalks up really couldn't be passed up. We enjoyed the view for a small price and enjoyed walking around to take a peek. We really didn't understand much as it was in Japanese but great photo opportunities and some insight into some TV sets.

4.0a week ago

nice place to go up and see the rainbow bridge and north side odaiba in general from above. The price to go up is reasonable which is a plus.
The shops were not too big, but I did manage to snag some Dragon Balls omiyage.

5.04 months ago

Fantastic view of the Rainbow Bridge and the entire Tokyo Skyline from the observatory upstairs. The entry fee is extremely cheap compared to many other locations in the city, and it is nowhere near as crowded as other observatories. Definitely a must-do photo opp for city photographers.

3.02 months ago

This is a cool landmark to visit. You can go up into the tourist area for a small ticket fee. I've seen it destroyed several times in movies so I came there to see it.

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