Tokyo Skytree

Japan’s Tallest Radio Tower and a Symbol of Tokyo!



Tokyo Skytree is Japan’s tallest radio tower at 634 meters high.
On the “Tembo Deck,” located at a height of 350 meters, you’ll find a 2-meter by 3-meter area of glass on the floor, offering a thrilling experience. The tower is also home to cafés and restaurants, so guests can enjoy food and drink while looking out over the beautiful view.
The “Tembo Gallery,” located at a starting height of 450 meters, is a sloped glass corridor, and it leads up to “Sorakara Point” at 451.2 meters high. It feels like you’re walking through the sky!
Surrounding Tokyo Sky Tree is the “Tokyo Skytree Town” area, where over 300 shops, restaurants, aquariums, planetariums, and other facilities to enjoy.


  • There are cafés and restaurants on the Tembo Deck, so you can enjoy food and drink while looking out over the beautiful view
  • Multiple photo spots available for great commemorative photos


  • A symbol of Tokyo, the Skytree
  • View from Tokyo Skytree
  • Night view from Tokyo Skytree
  • Cherry blossoms at night and the Skytree


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Same-Day Set Ticket (Tembo Deck+Tembo Galleria)
Weekdays 3,100 yen; junior high and high school stuends 2,350 yen; elementary school students 1,450 yen; children 5 years and younger free
Holidays 3,400 yen; junior high and high school students 2,550 yen; elementary school students 1,550 yen; children 5 years and younger free
※Please see official website for further information such as fees for Tembo Deck only, advanced-purchase tickets, and holidays
No holidays
※May close temporarily in the case of strong winds for safety reasons.
8:00am-10:00pm (Admission to Tembo Deck until 9:00pm, Tembo Galleria until 9:20pm)
※Excludes special business days like New Year’s holiday. Please see official website for details.
(1) A short walk from the Tobu Skytree Line’s Tokyo Skytree Station
(2) A short walk from the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Toei Asakusa Line’s Oshiage (Skytree-mae) Station
Official Website
Official Website (English)