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The orange and white steel beams of Tokyo Tower rise 1,092 feet (333 meters) above the city. See this landmark from many points across Tokyo then change perspectives and view the city from the tower’s observation decks.
The tower was built in 1958, just 13 years after much of Tokyo was devastated by World War II bombing. It was 69 years later and 28 feet (9 meters) taller than Paris’s Eiffel Tower, which provided inspiration for the structure. Its creation as the world’s tallest tower at the time symbolized Japan’s emerging economic powers. While the initial intent for the structure was service as a radio and television tower, it has hosted more than 150 million visitors since 1958.
At the base of the tower, in Foot Town, you will find a food court, wax museum, children’s amusement park, souvenir shop, and one of the world’s largest aquariums, with more than 50,000 fish of 900 species.
Take one of the express elevators from the first floor of Foot Town to the Main Observatory at 476 feet (145 meters). This level features a stage for live music, a cafeteria offering aerial city views, and “look-down” windows to view the structure and ground immediately below. For an additional fee, you can take another elevator to the Special Observatory for even more impressive 360-degree views. This is a good place to get your bearings before exploring the rest of the city.
To increase visitor traffic, tower lighting was increased and enhanced in 1989. One lighting strategy provides white lighting to create a cool effect in the summer and orange lighting for warmth in the winter in the early evening. Additional lights in seven colors create lighting for seasonal celebrations.
Tokyo Tower is in the Minato district of southern Tokyo. Many bus routes, subway lines and the Tokyo monorail have stops within three to 15 minutes’ walk of Tokyo Tower. The nearest subway is Akabanebashi. There is also a paid parking lot next to the tower.
Located in Akasaka, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Suntory Hall and Tokyo Midtown. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Roppongi Hills are also within 2 miles (3 km). Akasaka Station is 6 minutes by foot and Tameike-sanno Station is 9 minutes.
Located in Roppongi, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. Shiba Park and Keio University are also within 2 miles (3 km). Roppongi Station is only a 2-minute walk and Roppongi-itchome Station is 9 minutes.
Located in Akasaka, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Suntory Hall, Tokyo Midtown and Roppongi Hills. Tokyo Imperial Palace and Tokyo International Forum are also within 2 miles (3 km). Tameike-sanno Station is 5 minutes by foot and Roppongi-itchome Station is 6 minutes.
Located in Azabu-Juban, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tokyo Midtown and Nezu Art Museum. Roppongi Station is 7 minutes by foot and Azabu-juban Station is 14 minutes.
Located in Minato, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace. Meiji Jingu Shrine and Tokyo National Museum are also within 6 mi (10 km). Toranomon Station is 6 minutes by foot and Uchisaiwaicho Station is 8 minutes.
Located in Minato, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Shiba Park and Keio University. Tokyo Midtown and Roppongi Hills are also within 2 miles (3 km). Akabanebashi Station and Shibakoen Station are within a 5-minute walk.
Located in Shiodome, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kabuki-za Theatre and Ginza Wako Building. Marunouchi Building and Aqua City Shopping Center are also within 6 mi (10 km). Shiodome Station is only a 4-minute walk and Onarimon Station is 12 minutes.
Located in Shinbashi, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Karasumori Shrine, NHK Museum of Broadcasting and Advertising Museum Tokyo. SL Square and Tsukiji Outer Market are also within 1 mi (2 km). Onarimon Station is 6 minutes by foot and Shiodome Station is 9 minutes.