They got a glass floor, a restaurant and an observation deck in the very top. If you enjoy being high up this is great.
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Pick a clear day, we thought we had and still didn't get a glimpse of Mount Fuji. We did the upgrade to the top viewing gallery and thought it was definitely worth the extra cash. It is very popular so go early in day or evening time for the lights. We were a little disappointed in the size of the... More
If you see nothing else in Tokyo, go here at night. The view was incredible, and the whole experience was done really well. Little things like the lifts to the top are decorated beautifully with different themes for the four seasons. They don't rip you off either, with the professional photos at the top, they will take one with your... More
I spent the extra 1000 yen and skipped the line using my foreigner's passport, the view from the Skytree is simply amazing. Visit nearby Asakusa while you're there.
Would have been awesome but the lights inside were too bright! We paid extra to go to level 450 as it was very busy on main level. The walls were white which ruined the view. Also they were showing some strange Manga exhibition about an attack on the Skytree which was a tad odd. Also ruined the view out the... More
I think I could've gone without this attraction during my stay in Tokyo. Yes, the view was beautiful at night but besides taking a few pictures and maybe getting an overpriced snack, there was nothing much to do at the top. I did not eat at the restaurants due to the high price. I will say the surrounding area has... More
This was a great way to spend our 1st day in Tokyo. Luckily it was a clear day and although we couldn't see Mt Fuji we were quickly able to spot many of the key sights in this beautiful yet vast city. We went to the very top (450m) which was fantastic but the viewing from the lower level (350m)... More
If you do nothing else in Tokyo, do this. Standing under it is daunting. The views from the observation platform however are truly awesome. Once there, there is no real sense of falling over etc. You are safely behind bars and railings, well away from the 'edge'. You have the option once there of going further up to the top... More
Is a must see in Tokyo. Really great 360 view of the city. Is a little bit too expensive and generally there is a long queue to do, but could be fast. We spend more or less 30 minutes in queue. There is also a ticket that you can do online
There were tons of good food in the adjacent mall on the bottom floor. Didn't go up because it was rainy that day and visibility was poor.
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