How to get to Tokyo Tower

About Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower, still a beloved symbol of Tokyo, was completed in December 1958. Officially known as the “Japan Radio Tower,” it was built to unite the many radio towers that were in disarray at the time of its construction.

At 333 meters tall, it was the tallest radio tower in the world at the time, surpassing the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and was loved for many years as a symbol of Tokyo.

Tokyo Tower has two observation decks: the 150-meter Main Deck and the 250-meter Top Deck. The Main Deck offers a three-dimensional view of Tokyo, while the Top Deck, which was renovated in 2018, offers a leisurely, tour-style view of the entire Tokyo area, perfect for those looking for a luxurious experience.

After buying a ticket and riding the elevator, you will first arrive at the 150-meter Main Deck. The Main Deck is full of tricks to enjoy the tower as well as the view.

Official web page

Opening hours

900-2200 Open all year round


* JCB card holders may be free of charge, please check for specific events:

How to get there

Toei Oedo Line “Akabanebashi” station, Akabanebashi exit → about 5 minutes on foot
Onarimon Station on the Toei Mita Line, Exit A1 → Approx. 6 minutes on foot
Kamiyacho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Exit 1) →approx. 7 minutes on foot
Toei Asakusa Line “Daimon” station, Exit A6 →approx. 10 min. walk

JR Hamamatsucho Station
On foot: (North Exit of the station) →approx. 15 min. walk
Bus: Hamamatsucho St. [North Exit] (Toei Bus bound for Hama 95 and Tokyo Tower) → terminal

Night lighting decoration

Summer is daytime, other seasons are orange.

Friday, Saturday some holidays are diamond light from 20-22pm

Tokyo Tower 2nd floor.

There is a lounge, McDonald’s, PIZZA store, and specialty stores, so you can fix dinner here.

The 1st floor has

Overlook window

club333 stage
From Monday to Friday, live music events are held from 19:00 to 21:00.
Saturday is a talk show and so on, is 1500/1700/1900 in the afternoon


There is a viewing area on the 2nd floor, and this machine provides a 24-hour view

Souvenir store

Rental telescope (500 yen, 0900-1800 only, with passport or deposit of 3,000 yen)

Not to be missed, there is also a shrine here for praying for love and schooling~

250m observation deck (special observation hall).

You can see Mt. Fuji in good weather, but it’s better at night

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