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Discover a spectacular view from Tokyo Skytree

Old meets new, with a spectacular view, from Tokyo Skytree - the world’s tallest self-supporting tower.

On your next visit to Tokyo, be sure to make room in your itinerary for a visit to the Tokyo Skytree. The 634-meter high tower is the world’s tallest self-supporting structure, and the city views must be seen to be believed.

Tokyo cityscape
There’s no better way to see the incredible cityscape. Credit: JOMC

Between the two enclosed observation decks – Tembo Deck (350m) and Tembo Galleria (450m) – you’ll get a complete panoramic view of Tokyo through floor-to-ceiling windows. Spend as long as you like taking it all in, then head to one of the restaurants and cafes to indulge in delicious traditional cuisine. Don’t forget to pick up a souvenir in the surrounding Tokyo Solamachi shopping complex.

The Tokyo Skytree observation decks are open from 10AM-9PM, with last admission at 8PM (Tembo Deck) and 8:20PM (Tembo Galleria). Find a good spot on ground level in the evening to see incredible lighting displays illuminate the tower in alternating patterns.

Interior of the Tokyo Skytree with floor-to-ceiling windows and barrier-free wide ramp path
The floor-to-ceiling windows allow uninterrupted panoramic views from the Tokyo Skytree. Credit: JOMC

Make the most of your time in the area with the new Tokyo Skytree Enjoy Pack, a special ticket that grants entry to the observation deck as well as rental on a kimono, and traditional Japanese cultural experiences including sweet-making.

With the launch of the new official English-language website, TOKYO SKYTREE DISCOVER Your Excitement, you now have easy access to all of the information you need to plan your trip. Speak to a staff member when you arrive, or visit one of the Information Counters (Tower Yard 3F, and East Yard 1F), to arrange access to one of the free wheelchairs available to loan. The observation deck is wheelchair accessible, and there are accessible toilets available in all of the Tokyo Skytree bathrooms. Save on entry by purchasing your tickets ahead of time, up to 11:59PM the night before.

Staff member standing in front of the Tokyo Skytree ticket desk smiling
Speak to the friendly staff at the Tokyo Skytree about your access needs. Credit: JOMC
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