Trip on Halal Blog | Tokyo is a massive metropolis that doesn’t have a single iconic skyline — it has many.
Many city skylines are best viewed from the city’s harbor. In Tokyo’s case, the harbor front at Tokyo Bay is mostly industrial areas, port facilities and warehouses. There’s a good view from the bay, but there are better spots.
Well known 6 Locations for The Best Views of Tokyo include :
Tokyo City Hall
The free observation decks of Tokyo’s gothic looking City Hall offer excellent views of Tokyo. On a clear day you can see Mount Fuji, especially at sunset.
Odaiba is a multi-trillion yen artificial island in Tokyo Bay. It’s a popular spot for a date amongst Tokyo couples as the area features countless attractions, shops and restaurants. The area has a good view of Tokyo that includes Rainbow Bridge.
Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan by far at 634 meters or 2,080 feet. Its observation decks are at the 350 and 450 meter level.
The classic view of Tokyo open since 1958. Over 150 million people have visited the tower’s two observation decks. Tokyo Tower was the tallest structure in Tokyo for many years at 333 meters or 1092 feet. Although Skytree is almost twice as tall, Tokyo Tower is more centrally located meaning that it still has a somewhat competitive view
Roppongi Hills is an upscale 54-storey office and residential complex. The Mori Art Museum, a contemporary art gallery on its 53rd floor offers a panoramic observation deck. The museum is quite good and the view is worth the price of admission alone.
Cerulean Tower is a skyscraper in Shibuya that has a hotel on its top floors that offers a popular restaurants on the 40th floor. The building is a good spot to see Shibuya Crossing from above.
Source : japan-talk.com