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Tokyo City View And Sky Deck, Minato

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Observation Deck Tourist Spot
On the 52nd floor of an iconic building, Tokyo City View And Sky Deck offers 360-degree views of the city. Weather conditions permitting, you can also enjoy the view from the open-air deck on the building's rooftop. The top floors of this structure also contain a modern art museum, a worthy attraction equally deserving of your attention. Put Tokyo City View And Sky Deck at the forefront of your travel plans using our Tokyo trip itinerary builder.
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  • It's an average but enjoy able on my spare time but not thing unique about this place compare to other high sky buildings  more »
  • Panoramic views across the city offering a tantalising glimpse at all that Tokyo has to offer. Slightly too early for cherry blossom it was still possible to see trees and hills as well as the huge ra...  more »
  • It may be the best way to understand the sheer size of the Tokyo metro area and just how crowded it is.  more »
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  • We did not have the opportunity to go outside to observe the city, but we were happy remaining in doors. We were very lucky in that we just happened to visit during the Marvel Exhibit. The city is gorgeous at sunset and I highly recommend everyone to visit right before sunset and stay until it gets dark just to watch the city transition. It blew my breath away. For me, this is my favorite building of the 3 main observatory decks and it's in a really neat area. But it is kind of pricey comparatively. It's a little outrageous that visitors have to pay an additional 500 yen to go outside to view the city when you already pay 1800 yen just to go up and observe. That is very expensive compared to the 2100 yen (or 30,000 if you use the express observatory lift) at SkyTree, which is the largest tower in the world so it has something to certainly boast and make you pay more, and just 900 yen at Tokyo Tower.
  • Great and spectacular view over Tokyo. To get in you first have to buy a ticket for an exhibition cost around 1800 YEN + 500 YEN extra charge for the sky deck. Bit expensive but view is real breath taking. Even during summer time take a jacket with you it is quite cold so high in the sky.
  • Sky deck No tripod selfie stick nothing no backpack you get locker for that but still very annoying Observatory Very boring place nothing special Tokyo sky tree way better But one cool thing about this is this iron man Museum very boring .
  • This is one of the many observation decks in Japan, its not bad, but once you go to a lot of them they all begin to look the same. I would definitely choose skytree over any of the observation decks, but if you have the time and money, this isn't so bad either.
  • wonderful area and building and you can get amazing view over Tokyo and access to museum on top, there was a Marvel exhibition and an Indian artist gallery on exhibition when i visited