Tokyo FREE view spot, free night view!

Tokyo is a great place to spend a small amount of money! Besides the Skytree and Roppongi, what are the best places to see the night view in Tokyo? Did you know about the Imperial Palace and Ueno Enki Park, which are free attractions? There is also a free zoo in Tokyo, where is it? We have compiled a list of free attractions in Tokyo, including free night spots! For those of you who want to save money, come and see!

1. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Observation Room

When it comes to free night spots in Tokyo, the first place that comes to mind for many people is the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office observation room! Conveniently located in the bustling Shinjuku area, you can go here directly after shopping at night to enjoy Tokyo at night. The observation room is divided into two places, the south observation deck can see the Tokyo Tower, while the north observation deck can see the Skytree, so if you want to see the night view of the two towers of Tokyo, I greatly recommend this place!

▶︎ Address: 45F, 2-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Address: 35.689176, 139.691648)
▶︎ Access: About 10 minutes walk from Toei Subway Tojomae Station Exit A4 or JR Shinjuku Station West Exit
▶︎ Opening hours.
North Observation Room 9:30 – 23:00 (admission deadline is 30 minutes before closing)
South observation room is only open until 17:30 (or until 23:00 if the North observation room is closed)
▶︎ Closed on.
South observation room 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
North observation room: 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month
▶︎ For more information: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Observation Room


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2. Caretta shiodome

Take the elevator from the B2F of Caretta Shiodome to the 46th floor, you can see the view of Odaiba and Rainbow Bridge, but if you want to see the view of Tokyo Tower, you may have to spend some money to eat at the restaurant there. If you are going to Tokyo in winter, I think Caretta Shiodome will be your best choice, there is a good chance to encounter the beautiful sea of lights of Hikari Shiodome!

▶︎ Address: 46F Caretta Shiodome, 1-8-2 Higashi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Address: 35.664915, 139.762519)
▶︎ Access: 5-minute walk from JR Shinbashi Station, 1-minute walk from Shiodome Station on the Oedo Line, 3-minute walk from Shinbashi Station on the Asakusa Line, 5-minute walk from Shinbashi Station on the Ginza Line, or 2-minute walk from Shiodome Station on the Lily Seagull
▶︎ Opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00 (subject to restaurant opening hours)

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3. Shibuya Hikarie Sky Lobby

Shibuya Hikarie, a large shopping mall, is located in the best part of Shibuya Station. From the 11th floor, you can look down and enjoy a different perspective of Shibuya, with neon buildings after neon buildings and the crowds and vehicles coming and going, giving you a great sense of the bustle of Tokyo!

▶︎ Address: 11F 2-21-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (coordinates: 35.659016, 139.703473)
▶︎ Access: JR line, subway, etc. to Shibuya station, with direct access
▶︎ Opening hours: 10:00 – 23:30

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4.Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center

The Asakusa Cultural and Tourist Center is not only a place to exchange Japanese currency and ask for tourist information, but the observation deck on the 8th floor is not very high, but you can enjoy the night view of Asakusa Nakamise-dori and the Skytree!

▶︎ Address: 2-18-9 Raimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
▶︎ Access: 1-minute walk from Exit 2 of Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or 2-minute walk from Exit A4 of Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line
▶︎ Hours: 9:00 – 22:00 (8th floor observation deck)

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KITTE GARDEN was converted from the old Tokyo Central Post Office building. There are many stores and restaurants inside, and the sky garden on the sixth floor offers a beautiful view of Tokyo Station while you walk around!

▶︎ Address: 6F, 2-7-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (Address: 35.679497, 139.765110)
▶︎ Access: About 1 minute walk from Tokyo Station on the JR Line or direct access from the underground passage of Tokyo Station on the Marunouchi Line
▶︎ Opening hours: 11:00 – 23:00 (Sundays and national holidays 11:00 – 22:00)
▶︎ For more information: KITTE website

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Free spots in #Tokyo

1. Imperial Residence

The Imperial Palace is simply the place where the Emperor of Japan lives. Since the Imperial Palace is not normally open to the public, you need to apply in advance to visit it. There are two ways to apply: online application and on-site queuing. I suggest the Internet application to apply a month in advance, the quota is super easy to be grabbed (Internet application in this side) and on-site queue must go in advance to draw finishing tickets, the time to draw tickets are 8:30 am and 12:00 noon, want to explore the emperor’s residence do not miss ah!

▶︎ Address: 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (coordinates: 35.685192, 139.752799)
▶︎ Access: 15-minute walk from JR Tokyo Station or 5-minute walk from Otemachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Tozai Line, Marunouchi and Hanzomon Line.
▶︎ Imperial Palace interior opening hours: 10:00 and 13:30 only (each tour takes about 1 hour)
▶︎ Closed: Sundays, Mondays, national holidays
-Afternoon from July 21 to August 31
-December 28 to January 4
▶︎ Detailed information: Official website of the Imperial Palace

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2. Edogawa-ku Nature Zoo

You read it right! There’s a free zoo in Tokyo! Although Edogawa Nature Zoo is free to enter, it has a wide variety of animals, including penguins, sea lions, kangaroos and other popular stars, as well as an intimate area where you can hug bunnies and feed lambs.

▶︎ Address: 3-2-1 Kitakasai, Edogawa, Tokyo (Address: 35.670771, 139.858075)
▶︎ Transportation: 15-minute walk from Nishi Kasai Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line or a 3-minute walk from Kitagusai Futatsutome on the Toei Bus (Shin Koi 21 Shin Koiwa Station and Funabori Station)
▶︎ Opening hours: 10:00 – 16:30
-Open at 9:30 on holidays and national holidays
-Closed at 16:00 from November to February
-July 21 to August 31 9:30 – 16:30
▶︎ Closed: Mondays and the beginning of the year
▶︎ Detailed information: Edogawa-ku Nature Zoo website

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3. Suntory Musashino Beer Factory Tour

If you like to drink Japanese beer, you will absolutely love this tour! The tour of the Suntory Musashino Beer Factory in Japan is 70 minutes, including a 40-minute tour of the factory and a 30-minute tasting, and the point is that it’s free! The point is that it’s free! On-site commentary is in English, but there is a Chinese version of the brochure so don’t worry. But note that the factory tour needs to be booked in advance, there are only 40 places in one time slot, just fill out the reservation on the official website.

▶︎ Address: 3-1 Yazaki-cho, Fuchu City, Tokyo (Address: 35.660093, 139.478228)
▶︎ Access: 15-minute walk from Fuchu-honmachi Station on the JR Nambu and Musashino lines or by shuttle bus from Fubuki-Kawara Station
▶︎ Opening hours: 9:30 – 17:00
▶︎ Closed: New Year’s year-end and factory closing days (temporary closure)
▶︎ Official website: Saentree Musashino Bijou Factory website

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4. Ueno Park

Ueno Park is a vast area with museums, museums, zoos and other facilities that require a ticket, but there are also many beautiful shrines and temples that are free to visit, and in spring, Ueno Enchi Park is famous for cherry blossom viewing.

▶︎ Address: Ueno Park Ikenohata 3-chome, Taito-ku, Tokyo (Address: 35.714079, 139.774101)
▶︎ Access: Ueno Station (JR Yamanote Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hibiya Line, etc.) about 3-minute walk
▶︎ Opening hours: 24 hours (internal facilities have their own opening hours, please refer to the official website)
▶︎ Official website: Ueno Enki Park official website (Tokyo Metropolitan Construction Bureau)

5. Happouen

It was the residence of Okubo Hikizaemon, a minister of Tokugawa Ieyasu in the Edo period, and now it is a popular place for weddings and wedding photos. In addition, the cherry blossoms in Yawara Park are also very beautiful, and it is not as crowded as Ueno Enchi Park, so we recommend you to come here to enjoy the cherry blossoms!

▶︎ Address: 1-1-1, Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Address: 35.638280, 139.728982)
▶︎ Access: 1 minute walk from Exit 2 of Shirokanedai (Tokyo Metro North-South Line and Toei Mita Line)

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6. Odaiba Seaside Park

Odaiba Waterfront Park is located in Odaiba III, an artificial land formed by reclamation and surrounded by a peaceful bay. In recent years, it has become very popular among young people, and is not only a large shopping mall to visit, but also a shooting spot for many Japanese dramas. Famous attractions include the Rainbow Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and Fuji TV.

▶︎ Address: Odaiba 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo (coordinates: 35.630729, 139.776034)
▶︎ Access: 3-minute walk to Odaiba Seaside Park Station on the Lily Seagull or 3-minute walk to Odaiba Station on the Lily Seagull
▶︎ Opening hours: 24 hours
▶︎ Closed: Open all year round
▶︎ Complete guide to Odaiba, the ultimate lazy bag is here

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