Best Observation Decks in Japan

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Looking for the greatest views of Japan? You've come to the right place in our list of Japan's top observation decks.

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Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center has a view deck worth visiting and it is absolutely free.
Situated right next to the world famous Peace Park, Mazda Tower’s recently opened Orizuru Tower and is the newest attraction to Hiroshima. While the majority of the building’s twelve floors are office spaces, the first and top two floors are geared for tourists. A new way to view Hiroshima, the Peace Park, and A-Bomb Dome, Orizuru Tower is a must-see destination.
A detailed visit to the Tokyo Skytree. Showing all it has to offer, both in views and services.
The Bunkyo Civic Center in Tokyo is a government building that provides another fantastic opportunity to gaze down on Tokyo from above. It has views that can rival those of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Skytree and Tokyo Tower, and is less crowded than other popular spots.  This makes it even more of a reason to visit and soak up the remarkable views, where Shinjuku can be seen along with Mount Fuji on a clear day. It is free admission and is somewhere one should definitely consider when visiting Tokyo. 
The Mori Tower Tokyo City View offers unparalleled viewing access to the Tokyo metropolitan area, for the best price. 
Echizen Cape Observation Deck on top of the hill overlooking Echizen Beach is one of the best places to appreciate the magnificent view of the Japan Sea coast.  
Curious to see Tokyo's nightscape from the 45th floor of a government building? Head to Tokyo Tocho Observation Deck!
Roppongi Hills (六本木ヒルズ) is one of Japan's largest property developments, located in Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo,designed and constructed by Minoru Mori.