All Observation Decks

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    Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower is a Japanese icon and famous site in Tokyo. Tokyo Tower features public observation deck and cafe. The Tokyo Tower design is based on the Eiffel Tower, but is 333 meters tall (9 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower) making it the world’s highest self-supporting iron tower. The read more

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    Sunshine 60 Observatory

    Sunshine 60 Observatory is on the 60th floor of the Sunshine 60 Building in Ikebukuro. Sunshine 60 Observatory provides a very different view of Tokyo to the other observation decks as it is on the outer western edge of the city, so the greater urban area dominates, rather than distinctive read more

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    Umeda Sky Building

    Umeda Sky Building is the seventh-tallest building in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, and one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. Umeda Sky Building consists of two 40-story towers that connect at their two uppermost stories, with bridges and an escalator crossing the wide atrium-like space in the center. Umeda Sky Building read more

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    Tsutenkaku Tower

    Tsutenkaku Tower, in Shinsekai, is a well known Osaka attraction with an observation deck. Tsutenkaku Tower is styled after the Eiffel Tower. The current Tsutenkaku Tower was built in 1956 with a height of 103 meters and has an observation deck on its 5th floor.

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    Bunkyo Civic Center Observation Deck

    Bunkyo Civic Center Observation Deck is a free observation deck on the 25th floor of the Bunkyo Civic Center Building. On a very clear day Bunkyo Civic Center Observation Deck even provides a view of Mt Fuji. Views of Tokyo at night are particularly spectacular, however the Bunkyo Civic Center read more

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    Yokohama Landmark Tower

    Yokohama Landmark Tower, measuring at 296 meters high, is the tallest skyscraper and one of the best examples of architecture in Japan. Yokohama Landmark Tower features amazing cutting edge technologies for earthquake protection. Yokohama Landmark Tower is a complex of restaurants, a huge shopping mall, offices, medical clinics, a hotel read more

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    Sky Promenade Observation Deck

    Sky Promenade Observation Deck is the observation deck on the 46 floor of the Nagoya Midland Square building, which is the tallest building in Nagoya. The Sky Promenade Observation Deck, which is one of the few open air observation decks in Japan, provides excellent views of the city.

  • Nagoya TV Tower

    Nagoya TV Tower is the oldest TV tower in Japan, and was completed in 1954. Nagoya TV Tower is 180 metres high, and has two observation decks