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TOKYO SKYTREE - 東京スカイツリー

TOKYO SKYTREE was opened in 2012. It reached its final height of 634 meters in March 18, 2011 becoming to world’s tallest tower. The design follows the concept of sori (concave curves) and mukuri (convex curves), a common theme found in Japanese traditional architecture. It adopted an earthquake resistance system known as Shimbashira-Seishin (center column vibration control), the same system used on Japan's famous five-story pagodas. Ajiro, the traditional bluish white color used on the tower, is referred to as "SKYTREE White". When looking up at the tower from below, one is sure to be overtaken by its significant size and presence.

TOKYO SKYTREE

Directions

Direct access from the Tokyo Metro/Toei Subway/Keisei Line Oshiage Station (SKYTREE) (Z14)
A short walk from Tobu Line TOKYO SKYTREE Station

Location Details

Category Tower/Observatory
Address 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Access Immediate access from Tobu Line TOKYO SKYTREE Station or Tokyo Metro Oshiage 'SKYTREE' Station
Admission

[TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO DECK Day Tickets]
Adults: 2,060 yen
Juniors: 1,540 yen
Children: 930 yen
Children in Pre School: 620 yen

[TOKYO SKYTREE TEMBO GALLERIA Day Tickets]
Adults: 1,030 yen
Juniors: 820 yen
Children: 510 yen
Children in Pre School: 310 yen

Open 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. (observatory area)
Closed Open 365 days a year

*Information is current as of October 2014.


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