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Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck

Night view of Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck(Minato)

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Today's beautiful night view time

19:19〜19:39

Visit Report of Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck

Constructed in 1958, it stands as Japan's inaugural full-scale night view observatory.

In 2018, a renovation led to its rechristening from the Main Observatory to the Main Deck. Nowadays, it draws numerous foreign visitors exploring Japan.

Upon ascending to the observation deck, don't miss the southwest panorama. Here, you'll witness a view that stirred up social media buzz as "Tokyo's Other Tower," owing to Metropolitan Route 301's tower-like merging with National Route 1. Towards the north, catch sight of Azabudai Hills, Japan's tallest commercial building set to open in 2023, along with the towering skyscrapers in Toranomon.

This area is aglow with dazzling lights, offering a formidable night vista. Interestingly, Tokyo Tower houses not just the main deck but also a top deck, granting a breathtaking view of Tokyo's cityscape from a soaring 250 meters. If you crave a perspective from dizzying heights, this is a must-visit spot.

Information about Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck

Name Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck
Nightscape features
Address 4-2-8 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours 9:00~22:30 (last admission 22:00)
regular closing day None
admission fee
  • Adults: ¥1,200
  • High school students: ¥1,000
  • Elementary and middle school students: ¥700
  • Preschoolers (ages 4 and up): ¥500
Observatory height. Main deck 150m, Top deck 250m
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How to get to Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck

By train
  • 5-minute walk from Akabanebashi Station's Akabanebashi Exit on the Oedo Line.
  • 7-minute walk from Kamiyacho Station's Exit 1 on the Hibiya Line.
  • 6-minute walk from Onarimon Station's Exit A1 on the Mita Line.
  • 10-minute walk from Shibakoen Station's Exit A4 on the Mita Line.
By Car
  • Adjacent above-ground and underground parking available next to Tokyo Tower.
  • First hour: ¥600. Additional ¥300 for every 30 minutes thereafter.
  • Parking operational hours: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM (last entry at 10:30 PM).

View from Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck(Photo List)

Here are some night view photos taken at Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck .

Please refer to the atmosphere of the Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck and what views can be seen.

Tokyo Tower Observation Deck Main Deck & Top Deck FAQ

What is the recommended time for night viewing on 7/14

The 30-minute period from 19:19〜19:39 is the twilight time when the night view is most beautiful.

Is there any way to reduce the admission fee to the Tokyo Tower Observation Deck?

Advance reservations through Asoview are available for a discount on the admission fee.

What is the height of the observation deck of the Tokyo Tower?

The main deck is 150 meters long and the top deck is 250 meters long.

Where is the Tokyo Tower's transparent floor (Skywalk Window) located?

Four locations are located on the first floor of the main deck.

How long does it take to visit the Tokyo Tower Observation Deck?

If you want to enjoy the night view and browse around the souvenir area, you can expect to spend about one hour, and if you want to have a meal on the floor, about two hours.

Is the use of tripods prohibited?

The use of tripods is not prohibited on the main deck. Please enjoy taking pictures with good manners.

What kind of view can I see from the Tokyo Tower Main Deck & Top Deck?

The view includes skyscrapers in the Toranomon area and Harumi area, as well as landmarks such as Mt. Fuji and the Rainbow Bridge.

  • Release day:2024/01/15
  • Update day:2024/05/29

Tokyo Night introduces more than 200 night view spots in Tokyo.

All the places listed are visited by the operator, photographed and reports written by the operator.

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