• Observation Facilities

Tokyo Tower

Since its opening in 1958 (Showa 33), it is a 333m comprehensive radio tower that has been a landmark of Tokyo for more than half a century. Large-scale renewal completed in 2019! From the 24/7 observatory "Main Deck (150m)" and "Top Deck (250m)" located in the center of the Yamanote Line, you can enjoy one of the world's most three-dimensional landscapes from the center of the capital Tokyo. I will. In addition to the observatory event space, there is also an open-air staircase leading to the observatory and an outdoor space at the foot of the tower, and the illuminated "Landmark Light" and "Infinity Diamond Veil" are available in various colors depending on the season and event. While changing, it colors the night sky of Tokyo.
It was designated as a national registered tangible cultural property in 2013.


Observatory business hours open all year
Main deck (150m) 9: 00-22: 30 [Last entry 22:00]
Top Deck Tour (150m & 250m) 9: 00-21: 45 [Last Tour 21: 45-22: 15]
* Please note that the top deck may be closed due to stormy weather or other reasons.
* The final admission time for the main deck may be earlier depending on the congestion situation.

● Event space
Tokyo Tower Hall (400㎡): FOOT TOWN B1F
Front entrance space (700㎡): FOOT TOWN 1F
Foot Town 2nd Floor Aisle Space (13.5㎡): FOOT TOWN 2F
Foot Town Rooftop Square (250㎡): FOOT TOWN RF
Club333(90㎡):MAIN DECK 1F
South parking lot (500㎡): FOOT TOWN 2F
Please have your proposal ready when you apply.
Please contact Tokyo Tower for other details.


4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
About a 15-minute walk from Hamamatsucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line
About a 10-minute walk from Daimon Station on the Toei Asakusa Line
About a 5-minute walk from Akabanebashi Station on the Toei Oedo Line
About 6 minutes on foot from Onarimon Station on the Toei Subway Mita Line, about 10 minutes on foot from Shibakoen Station
About a 7-minute walk from Kamiyacho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
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