Tokyo Tower

Enjoy panoramic views of Tokyo

Standing 333-metres above the city, Tokyo Tower is the world's tallest steel structure of its kind; even taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower.

Constructed in 1958, the Tokyo Tower is a symbol of Japan's post-war rebirth that came with major economic power, and today serves not only as a popular tourist spot but a broadcast antenna too.

The tower is home to two sky-high observatories: one at 149-metres high, the other at 248-metres high.  The first platform can be reached by elevator or stairs (600 of them to be exact) and thanks to the tower's spectacular, central location you're guaranteed stunning views of the city. 

It's from the second, 250-metre high tower however that you'll experience the most amazing view: a birds-eye perspective of Tokyo where you'll get to see Mount Fuji in the distance.

Essential Information

  • Hours: 
    09:00 - 23:00
  • Open:  All year
  • Ages:  All ages