2 - 3 hours
Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting tower and observation deck that offers visitors a breathtaking view of Tokyo from above. Its unique features include two observation decks, a glass floor, and a shopping and entertainment complex called Tokyo Solamachi.
The lower observation deck, Tembo Deck, is located 350 meters above ground level and provides a panoramic view of the city. The upper observation deck, Tembo Galleria, is located at 450 meters and offers visitors an even more spectacular view. The tower also features a glass floor called "Skywalk," where visitors can look down at the city from 340 meters above ground level.
Tokyo Solamachi, the shopping and entertainment complex located at the base of the tower, features over 300 shops, restaurants, and attractions. Visitors can enjoy a variety of food and drink options, as well as browse souvenirs and other items unique to Tokyo.
Admission to the Tembo Deck costs 3,000 yen for adults, while admission to the Tembo Galleria costs an additional 1,000 yen. Admission to the Skywalk is included with admission to the Tembo Galleria. Tokyo Solamachi is free to enter.
The tower is open every day from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., with last admission at 9:00 p.m. Admission tickets can be purchased on-site or in advance online.