With a height of 634 meters, the Tokyo Skytree is Japan's tallest structure and a symbol of Tokyo. It is located in the northeastern part of Tokyo. The height of the tower is an allusion to both its current location and the history of the area: 634 is also a reading of the Japanese characters for "Musashi," the old name of the province in which the tower stands today.
The Tokyo Skytree has two viewing platforms that offer spectacular views over Tokyo. The two closed decks are at heights of 350 and 450 meters respectively, making them the highest observation decks in Japan. The Tembo deck, the lower of the two decks, is 350 meters high and extends over three levels with great views from all floors. The higher Tembo Gallery (450 meters) consists of a sloping spiral-shaped ramp that increases in height as you go around the tower.
You'll find many attractions inside the tower's observation decks, such as restaurants with skyline views and photo spots manned by staff.
Attached to Skytree is an expansive shopping and sightseeing area called Solamachi. Filled with specialty shops ranging from salts to chopsticks, toys to t-shirts.
Ascend a swirling ramp to see the pinnacle of the city. Enjoy the view on a clear day for a vista of Mount Fuji or visit at night for a cityscape of sparkling diamonds.
Let your heart drop as your feet stay planted on this glass floor that lets you look straight down the side of SkyTree.
Fine dining in the sky at 634 feet up. Musashi (634) is a beautiful restaurant that makes sure your meal is as memorable as the trip you made to get there.
Tokyo Skytree Station, Oshiage Station, Asakusa Station.
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