Fuji TV Building4.1
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.
a 3-min walk from Daiba Sta. on Yurikamome Line
a 5-min walk from Tokyo Teleport Sta. on Rinkai Line
Purposesurreal&cool,sightseeing,shopping,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Yurikamome line Daiba St. (about 300m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.04 months ago
The design of the Fuji Television fish building is exquisite and mouth watering. Fitting for a building perched next to the river. Great views of the city from the fin.
5.07 months ago
Have not been inside, however seeing it from the outside only gave me much excitement. With all of the history of this building, the unique architecture and how you would be of very familiar to it by seeing it in all of those Japanese movies/TV shows, you surely would appreciate the building. At night the building would have animated light shows -which I didn't know about- and it's going to end your day more fulfilling.
3.04 months ago
The lights inside the spherical observation deck are not dimmed, causing a reflection that makes it hard to take pictures of the beautiful skyline of Tokyo.
5.06 months ago
Great place to check out. Great one piece 20th anniversary stuff! Great architecture. If you want to take the elevator to the lookout, you must do by 5:30 p.m. after that they are no longer sending people up.
4.03 months ago
Cool scenery at hachitama. Having joyful experience collecting stamp