Skytree Views

Pictures from the Tembo Deck at 350m

By Anne Lauenroth    - 1 min read

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting tower and the tallest structure in Japan. With a shopping mall and restaurants at its base, the tower's biggest draws are undoubtedly the observation decks at 350 and 450 meters, offering impressive views over Tokyo.

Tickets to the Tembo Deck (350m) can be purchased in advance or on site, with the option of Fast Tickets for international tourists to skip the waiting lines. Tickets for the Tembo Galleria (450m) can only be purchased on the Tembo Deck itself, for an additional charge of ¥1,030 for adults.

As the visibility wasn't too great the day we went up, we opted to not visit the Tembo Galleria and took our pictures from the Tembo Deck instead.

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Anne Lauenroth

Anne Lauenroth @anne.lauenroth

German writer, translator and editor with a passion for travel, photography and all things Japanese. More about me and my work on www.allwordz.com and www.floating-worlds.com.

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