Tokyo Skytree Tickets

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Experience Highlights

Tokyo Skytree is the tallest communications tower in Japan and one of the tallest in the world. If you like vertigo, visit this 634-metre-high structure that houses, among other things, a restaurant, two observation decks and the most stunning views of the Japanese skyline.

  • Book your ticket to Tokyo Skytree and save waiting time and long lines.
  • Access one of its two observation decks: Tembo Deck (350m) and Tembo Galleria (450m) depending on the tickets you buy.
  • Choose the time that best suits your travel itinerary

What’s included

  • Entrance with landing fees and use of facilities
  • Access to the two observation decks: Tembo Deck (350m) and Tembo Galleria (450m)
  • Parking not included in the ticket price

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Step by Step

Climbing the Tokyo Skytree is a must on your trip to Japan. During your visit, you can choose between accessing one or both of its two observation decks. The first, Tembo Deck, located 350 metres up, has huge windows and a glass floor area. From there you can see the structure of the tower in perspective and be amazed by the endless panoramic views of Tokyo.

If you opt for a combined ticket, you can also access the second observation deck, Tembo Galleria, 450 metres above sea level. Through a glass tube with 360-degree views, you will reach this observation deck from where you will be able to see over 70 kilometres away. You choose how many metres your vertigo can resist!

The visit is rounded off with access to various shops, restaurants and even an aquarium and planetarium at the base of the tower. Also next to the tower, you can visit the Tokyo Solamachi shopping centre, where you'll find everything from souvenirs to clothing, toys and traditional foods.

And if the weather doesn't suit you during your visit to Tokyo Skytree and the day is cloudy, you can enjoy a panoramic virtual reality tour so you won't leave Japan without experiencing the adrenaline rush of being high up in the sky.

Opened in 2012 in the Sumida district, Tokyo Skytree (formerly known as the New Tokyo Tower) is a project carried out by six radio and television stations. It is characterised by its "Skytree white" colour, a peculiar mix of white and blue that blends perfectly with the Japanese landscape and its traditional yet futuristic beauty.


· 1023 Reviews
  • A
    (0 Reviews)
    Excellent view of the city, you can save the extra ticket for the upper floor because the view is not much better, but you can't take pictures.
  • S
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    A great place to admire the city. On a sunny day we managed to see Fuji.
  • R
    (0 Reviews)
    A unique experience and a breathtaking view of the breathtaking city of Tokyo!!!!
  • M
    (0 Reviews)
    It was super easy and practical to buy tickets in advance.
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