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Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー)

Embark on a journey to the towering heights of the Tokyo Skytree – a landmark that stands tall at 634 meters and attracts throngs of visitors to the city. This incredible structure holds a unique place in history, as its height, 634, can be read as “Musashi” in Japanese, paying homage to the rich cultural heritage of the Tokyo region.

Completed in 2012, the Tokyo Skytree took over as the primary television broadcasting tower in Tokyo, a title previously held by the Tokyo Tower. However, both structures remain popular tourist destinations, attracting visitors from near and far. What sets the Tokyo Skytree apart is its innovative use of “shinbashira” technology, which enhances its earthquake resistance and adds an extra layer of stability to the delicate tower.

Soar to new heights with two breathtaking observation decks located at 350 and 450 meters, offering 360-degree panoramic views of the city. Marvel at the unique and distinct shapes of the windows, which provide slight variations in the stunning vistas on each deck. Don’t miss the chance to visit this iconic structure and experience the thrill of a lifetime.

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