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Bunkyo Civic Center, Bunkyo

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Government Building Tourist Spot
One of Tokyo's major government buildings, Bunkyo Civic Center draws attentions with its design resembling a Pez candy dispenser. Some of the rooms within this building serve as university classrooms, others provide a modern setting for business meetings, while one entire floor remains a kid's play area. The building's top attraction is the 25th floor, where an observation deck offers possibly the best view of the city from 105 m (344 ft) above ground. For Bunkyo Civic Center and beyond, use our Tokyo tourist route planner to get the most from your Tokyo vacation.
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  • An office building with a nice view of Tokyo from the 25th floor, and it's free. I had hoped to see Mount Fiji from the observation deck but didn't despite it being a sunny day. We took the subway fro...  more »
  • Yes, it worth to have a look to view this panoramic view for free on 25th floor of this city hall building.  more »
  • Take the lift up to the 25th floor to enjoy a free view of the city. Skytree tower is very visible. Read claims to be able to see mt Fuji however it was pretty cloudy/foggy when i was up so didnt get ...  more »
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  • Marvelous scene
  • View from the dining room is good. But the taste is average. It is a public institution.
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  • Tokyo hidden spots. As the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's view is not good and above all vacant, doesn't make any noise.
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  • Free vision units lounge goes on a sunny day and see far, feel good
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  • Free observation lounge on the 25th floor overlooks the city of Tokyo! 360 degrees is not invisible on the South side is part, but clear day looks Mt. Tsukuba, Mt. views!
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