Tokyo Tower

In the evening, Tokyo Tower is lighted up by over a hundred of floodlights.

Though it look a bit far, it turns out to be just a 15-minute walk from Ropponghi.

At the moment, the Tokyo Tower remains as the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower.

To be frank, it is not hard to realize the structure is 100% inspired by the Eiffel Tower. In which, the tower is painted in white and orange to comply with the air safety regulations.

Built in 1958, the tower's main sources of revenue are tourism and antenna leasing. Over 150 million people have visited the tower since its opening.

Business hoursMain Observatory (150 m)Special Observatory (250 m)
(Last admission 21:45)
(Last admission 21:30)
FloorsTo Main ObservatoryFrom Main Observatory to
Special Observatory
Adult (senior high school students or older)
820 yen600 yen
Children (junior high school students and primary school pupils)
460 yen400 yen
Children (4 years old and over)
310 yen350 yen