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Fuji TV Headquarters Building

Its Spherical Observation Room is a Landmark of Lot of Fun in Odaiba!

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Landmark of Odaiba

With the futuristic impression of its silver sphere, the Fuji Television Headquarters, designed by architect Kenzo Tange, is a landmark of Odaiba.
There is also a floor offering tours of the TV station.
For example, look out over panoramic 270-degree views from Hachitama, the iconic sphere.
On the floor beneath the observation room, you can watch the taping of a morning show.
What’s more, in the 5th floor Gallery and on the 1st, 7th, and 25th floors, shops sell items based on Fuji TV programs. They are full of souvenirs that can only be purchased here.
In the evening, there is an illumination display called “Aurora∞”.

Highlights

  • Gaze out on Tokyo’s scenery from the 270-degree observational sphere.
  • Studio tours are also available.
  • Purchase limited-edition goods in the Fuji TV Gallery and Mall shops.

Photos

  • The Fuji Television HQ, designed by world-famous architect Kenzo Tange

    The Fuji Television HQ, designed by world-famous architect Kenzo Tange

  • The interior of Hachitama, the spherical observation room

    The interior of Hachitama, the spherical observation room

  • Mezama Sky, the studio where a morning infotainment show is recorded

    Mezama Sky, the studio where a morning infotainment show is recorded

  • The Fujisan Terrace roof garden on the 7th floor

    The Fujisan Terrace roof garden on the 7th floor

Reviews

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  • 林素娥

    每次經過台場都會看到這棟非常具有設計感很經典的建築,幾乎已經和台場劃上等號了

  • 林芊雲

    除了24樓圓形展望台需要門票500円以外,其他的地方都是不用錢的,只要在參觀的地方找到指定的印章,蓋滿就可以獲得紀念品

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Details

Name in Japanese
フジテレビ本社
Postal Code
137-8088
Address
2-4-8 Daiba, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-5500-8888
Admission
Admission is charged to the 24th and 25th floors.
Adults: 700 yen, Primary and Junior High School Students: 450 yen, Children under Primary School age: free
*On weekdays only, High School Students are 560 yen with school identification
Closed
Mondays (on Tuesdays if a national holiday is on a Monday)
*Possible schedule changes during Golden Week, Summer Vacation and New Year holidays
Business Hours
10:00am-6:00pm
※Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Access
(1) About a 3-minute walk from Daiba Station on the Yurikamome Line
(2) About a 5-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line
Official Website
Official Website (English)