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Sky Tree, Japan

From series “Breathtaking High-Altitude Observation Points with Panoramic Views on Cities”
Year: 2012. Height: 450 meters.

The highest tower in the world, which is called Sky Tree, is situated in Tokyo. Its height is 634 meters. Those who like to look at the city with a bird's-eye view, will enjoy this tower equipped with three observation platforms; the highest among them is at an altitude of 450 meters. This observation deck is spiral. Glass high-speed elevators deliver visitors upstairs; they move with a speed of about 10 mps.

Sky Tree, Japan Construction of the world's tallest TV tower was completed in 2012. Today, it houses popular shopping and entertainment centers, restaurants, and cafes. Viewing platforms are available for visits every day from 8 am to 10 pm. Experienced travelers advise to buy tickets in advance using an official website. You can also purchase them in a dedicated ticket office directly at the TV tower. It is important to note that there are several viewing platforms in Tokyo. The best part of them is free to visit.

The deck at the Sky Tree is not only the highest, it is the only area in the city with a glass floor. After enjoying panoramic views of the Japanese capital, don’t rush to leave this cozy place. After a tour, you should definitely look into one of the local coffee shops to taste new desserts by the chef, as well as visit one of the souvenir shops to get souvenirs. Next - Marina Sky Park

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Police station: 'Honjo Police Station' in 0.83 km
Cafe/restaurant: '天紫亭 向島店' in 0.03 km
Railway station: 'Tokyo Skytree Station' in 0.09 km

Nearest airports:
 »  Haneda Airport HND - in 18 km
 »  Atsugi Naf Airport NJA - in 50 km
 »  Narita Airport NRT - in 52 km
 »  Oshima Airport OIM - in 110 km
 »  Matsumoto Airport MMJ - in 176 km
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Best hotels near Sky Tree

Khaosan Tokyo Samurai

Located in 0 km from Sky Tree
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Rooms: 20
The air-conditioned rooms at Khaosan Tokyo Samurai Hostel have bunk beds. All rooms are non-smoking, and bathrooms are shared. Kaminarimon Thunder … More: photo, rates and booking
Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

Located in 1 km from Sky Tree
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Rooms: 383
Each carpeted room comes with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fridge and free wired internet. The en suite bathroom features a bath tub … More: photo, rates and booking
Hotel Villa Fontaine Ueno

Located in 2 km from Sky Tree
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Rooms: 186
The air-conditioned rooms come with a flat-screen TV, a fridge and an electric kettle with green tea bags. Nightwear, slippers and toothbrush sets … More: photo, rates and booking
Hotel Villa Fontaine Nihombashi Mitsukoshimae

Located in 3 km from Sky Tree
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Rooms: 154
Popular Tsukiji Fish Market is a 5-minute subway ride from Ningyo-cho Subway Station, which is a 7-minute walk from the hotel. Akihabara is a … More: photo, rates and booking

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Among the numerous unusual buildings of Tokyo, the building of Fuji-Tv society must be mentioned absolutely. It was built in 1997 on the artificial island of Odaiba, surrounded on all sides by the Bay of Tokyo. The height of the unusual building is 125 meters. The …
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Top destination around Sky Tree - Tokyo

Tokyo is a magnificent city, where the stone jungles merge with ancient temples, latest technologies - with the ageless traditions, rich history - with futuristic prospects and innovations. Traditional folk festivals and cultural events are celebrated on a grand scale here. Festivals are accompanied by colorful folk performances, where the fun atmosphere reigns. Perhaps, the most popular and anticipated event in Tokyo is the traditional Sakura Matsuri Festival. With the advent of spring, all the inhabitants of Tokyo postpone their worries and dedicate some time to meditate on the cherry blossom. The Sakura Matsuri Festival takes place at the end of March and has a thousand-year history. The Hanami tradition has a deep religious meaning for the Japanese. Looking at the flying pink petals, you should think about the transience of life and its beauty. Despite the strict labor discipline in Japan, every employer necessarily provides his employees with time for performing khan ritual. The most famous place in the whole Japan for admiring sakura is the Ueno Park in Tokyo's Taito district. At the beginning of spring, around nine thousand cherry trees of different varieties bloom here at the same time.

Perhaps, the most interesting traditional holiday is the Sanja Matsuri or the Sanja Festival, which clearly shows how to combine a fun carnival procession and a religious ritual in harmony. This is a temple festival, held annually from Friday to Sunday of the third week of May. The festival begins on Friday afternoon with the Daigioretsu parade. A large procession of priests, city officials, geishas, musicians, and dancers, dressed in traditional Edo clothing, moves along the central streets to the temple of Asakusa. The religious Shinto ceremony, followed by the traditional dances and prayers for harvest and prosperity, ends the celebration. Moreover, you will be able to experience the special holiday event organized by the representatives of the notorious criminal clan - Yakuza, who are proudly exposed to showcase their numerous tattoos. If you are going to Tokyo in August, be sure to visit the Asakusa Samba Carnival - one of the brightest street carnivals in Japan. Every summer, this eclectic festival gathers up to half a million spectators in the streets of Tokyo.
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