The Sapporo TV Tower is a 147.2 m high radio tower that offers a view of the city and the surrounding mountains from a 360 ° viewing platform at a height of 90.38 m. It is located in the Japanese city of Sapporo on the island of Hokkaido.
The steel frame construction was built in 1957 by Tachu Naito, a Japanese architect who is also known for planning the Tokyo Tower. The Sapporo television tower celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2007.
An information center and shops are located on the first floor of the Sapporo TV Tower. The tower's multi-purpose hall and administrative office are located on the second floor, and a souvenir shop and restaurant are located on the third floor. There is also an underground shopping arcade and a number of restaurants.
Fifteen minute walk from JR Sapporo Station, South Exit.
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