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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3.0a month ago

I have been to Fuji TV 5 times in the last 10 years. Honestly, the museum is getting worse. The visit yesterday was quite a disappointment as there's not much to see. The building itself is still iconic and very cool. Museum is free, to go up the observatory deck cost money.

3.0a month ago

If you're interested in shows produced by Fuji TV it can be interesting to visit, but I recommend coming by for the summer festival or idol festival for more attractions to look at. The night lights are pretty but better appreciated on the other side of the bay.

4.0a month ago

If you are fan of Dragon ball and one piece, this is the place you should go! It’s across the street from Aqua City and the building itself is really cool. If you are lucky enough you might even see those celebrities filming in the studio.

5.0in the last week

They proudly show visitors their history and how things work in the network. It’s well organized and appealing to tourists.

4.0a month ago

The building housing the Fuji Television network is located on Odaiba, the manmade island built off the mainland shore of Tokyo. Therefore, rather than standing inside the city and looking out, visitors to the observation deck there get the unique vantage point of being on the outside, and looking back at the metropolis. Not only do you get a prime view of the prettiest part of the city, but also the beautiful Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Bay, which is always busy with boats and wind surfers. There are also a handful of other artificial islands in the area, as well (japan travel).

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