Tokyo Tower, Tokyo's landmark building in Japan, is the most representative and also a photo shrine. For this Tokyo Tower, a view room of Tokyo Tower Hotel has been reserved. You can enjoy the whole appearance of Tokyo Tower from the room when you lie in bed. In the morning, breakfast is ordered and delivered to the room. It is natural to enjoy the Tower with breakfast. It is very pleasant to rise at the bottom of the Tower. Looking at the tower is absolutely spectacular. The Tokyo Tower is divided into 150 m and 250m platforms (250m platform charges 2900 yen, for the night view is worth it). The third to fifth floors are the theme park of Little Paradise Pirate King for animation fans. One of the best places to shoot is to turn right from the main entrance of the Tokyo Tower to the second intersection, which has a slope. It's not very obvious. It's about 50 meters down the slope. The entrance to the parking lot is the legendary net red treasure land with the Tokyo Tower. There are many people taking pictures in this place. People come and go, so we must seize every opportunity to take pictures.
go up n see Tokyo town view....nice place n good views
Its a nice place, a great structure. You can to upper floor by purchasing tickets
Tokyo is free on a day. We follow the two girls in the tour group because they are younger and think faster than us. They choose to visit the Tokyo Tower, and we agree with them. Starting from the Taichang Hilton Hotel, we take the subway to enjoy seafood in the market of Tsukiji. Then we take the subway. After leaving the station, we walk to the Tokyo Tower. The ticket is 900 yen. We take the elevator upstairs. There is no dead corner at 360 degrees. We have a panoramic view of Tokyo. The pedestrians and vehicles overlooking the highway under our feet are really small. We feel that we can make a good trip.
Time is very tight, or desperately to catch up with the past, after all, Japan's landmark attractions, more importantly, to see op! It was a Sunday afternoon and there were a lot of people, but it wasn't full. It's obvious to see the ticket office outside the tower. The Queen's Hall and the observation deck need to buy tickets. The other public parts (mainly 1-5 floors) are free. There is not enough time to go shopping without buying tickets. On the first floor near the entrance elevator is the pirate shop, has been playing theme songs ah, instant into the play. Many products, dazzling, biscuits, candy, daily necessities, handbags, Figure 9 iron box biscuits more than 130, small, and twisted eggs, 300, 400 yen mainly, pulled to a Mingkoha, the design is exquisite, can be hung on the edge of the cup. There seems to be a pirate restaurant near the store. Take a look at it. There are many small shops on the 2nd and 3rd floors, including handmade bakeries, pastries and Tokyo Banai. The Royal Pirate Pavilion is located upstairs independently. There are guide signs along the way. There are several floors above the entrance of the third floor. The price of the business hours has been photographed. Next time, we must leave enough time to go in and play! The elevator leading to the observatory is equipped with an elevator boy. It's so retro. It's very enthusiastic. I chatted a few words.
Tokyo Tower (Japanese: Tokyo is a landmark building in Tokyo. It is located in Chi Park, Tokyo's capital Port area, 332.6 meters high. Tokyo Tower is mainly used to send radio waves such as TV and radio, and JR train stop signal when a major earthquake occurs. It also has functions of navigation beacon, wind direction and wind speed measurement, temperature measurement and so on. The Tokyo Tower was built on the model of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It was completed on October 14, 1958. It has been the tallest building in Tokyo since then. Until the completion of the Clear Sky Tower in Tokyo (634 meters) on February 29, 2012, it was the second tallest building in Tokyo. The top three towers are Tokyo Clear Sky Tower (634 meters), Guangzhou Tower (Xiao Manyao) (600 meters), Canada National Television Tower (553.3 meters) and Tokyo Tower, which are red and white because of air traffic regulations to facilitate identification. In recent years, the public's landscape requirements have been improved, the tower no longer has color restrictions, but the original color has been retained. Lighting is presided over by world renowned lighting designer Shi Jing Ganzi. Lighting time is between sunset and midnight. Lighting color varies with season, white in summer, orange in spring, autumn and winter.  The Tokyo Tower has a large observatory at 150 metres and a special observatory at 249.9 metres, providing a glimpse of the Tokyo metropolitan scenery and a view of Mount Fuji on a sunny day. Just below the tower is a four-storey Tokyo Tower. Besides the entrance and exit to the Outlook Desk, there are also a Tokyo Tower Aquarium and a variety of souvenir shops. As analog television broadcasting in Japan terminated on July 24, 2011, digital television replaced it. In order to improve the reception quality, the Tokyo Clear Sky Tower, located in Moda District, Tokyo, with a height of 634 meters, replaced the Tokyo Tower with a TV signal transmitting function from 2013.