The Tokyo Skytree is an iconic landmark of the city and the tallest self-supporting building in the world. It includes a shopping and dining complex around it - Solamachi - which is also home to museums, an aquarium and souvenir shops.


The tallest building in Tokyo at a height of 634 meters, the Tokyo Skytree is also the tallest self-supporting building in the world. Apart from being a Broadcasting Tower, it is also a shopping, entertainment and dining complex. Every floor has something new to offer, with spectacular views of the city spanned below you. It offers two observational decks - the Tembo Deck on the 350th floor, and the Tembo Galleria on the 445th floor. The Sorakara point at 451 meters is the highest point of the tower. The lowest floor of the first observation deck is home to the Skytree Café. You can purchase the elevator ride ticket to Tembo Galleria from the Tembo Deck itself. Experience a sky-walk at the Tembo Galleria where the two floors are joined by a walkway on the outer edge.

Tokyo Skytree is open from 8:00 AM - 10 PM every day.


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Child allowed age
0 - 12 years

Good to know

  • The ticket price for the Tembo Deck starts from 2060 yen/adult.
  • Children aged 3 years or under are free.


1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, T?ky?-to 131-0045, Japan
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