Tokyo Night View | Top 5 Popular Observation Decks

Tokyo's night view is one of the top 10 must-see night views in the world, and the correct way to enjoy the stunning night view is hidden in the five most popular high-rise observation decks. This special feature will provide practical information and related tips on these observation decks.


Highlights | The best night view for a date; the Tokyo Tower lights up instantly as the sun sets, and the lighting colors change during certain time periods. The indoor observation deck on the 52nd floor is surrounded by a 360-degree glass wall and has a ceiling height more than triple that of a normal room, providing an exceptionally broad view. The outdoor observation deck is located on the top floor of the building and is equipped with astronomical telescopes for visitors to enjoy the view from high above.
Tokyo Tower, also known as Nihon Denpa-tō, is located in Shiba Park, Minato Ward, Tokyo, Japan. It is a red and white tower modeled after the Eiffel Tower in Paris, standing at a height of 332.6 meters, 8.6 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower. Built in October 1958, it was once the tallest structure in Tokyo until the completion of Tokyo Skytree (634 meters) in February 2012, and has always been one of the landmarks of Tokyo. The tower has an observation deck at the top, offering panoramic views of the entire Tokyo metropolitan area, with a clear view of Mount Fuji on a clear day. The tower's lighting changes colors according to the season, with special decorations for holidays such as Christmas.

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Seasonal elevators are freely available, and the 350-level observation deck is the hardware for viewing; there are also many places in the tower to take commemorative photos; if you are on a parent-child trip, it is more suitable to go during the day, and for a romantic date, it is more suitable at night.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is a postmodernist architecture designed by world-renowned architect Kenzo Tange. Completed in 1990, it was once the tallest building in Japan and now offers a panoramic view of Tokyo from its 45th-floor observation deck. From here, you can see iconic landmarks such as the Imperial Palace, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Tower, and Skytree, which is a rare sight in Tokyo. In the evening, you can enjoy fine dining at the top-floor restaurant while admiring the night view of Tokyo, making it a truly luxurious experience.

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Highlights | Low ticket prices and low crowds; the view from the World Trade Center observation deck is also very open, allowing you to see Tokyo Tower and Roppongi up close, with clear views of the Skytree and Odaiba in the distance. Looking down, you can also see the lights of the subway and ships in Tokyo Bay. The whole of Tokyo is right before your eyes. In addition, viewing seats are also provided by the glass windows for resting tired elderly and children while enjoying the view.