I am Japanese living in Japan.
For tourists and short-term international students, I introduce recommended spots to go in Japan.
Would you like to enjoy Tokyo’s night view for free?
I will introduce Free Observation Decks that you can overlook Tokyo.
Tokyo Tocho Daiichi
|Open/Closed||9: 30 – 23: 00|
|Closed Day||Second and fourth Monday
* If it overlaps on a public holiday, it will be opened and the next day will be closed.
* New Year’s Holiday (December 29 – 31, January 2 and 3) and May 12, (Saturday) Heisei 20
Closed on both the observation rooms of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
|Nearest station||Tochomae station or Shinjuku station|
Yebisu Garden Place Tower
|Open/Closed||11:00 – 23:30|
|Closed Day||January 1||Nearest station||Ebisu station|
|Open/Closed||9:30 – 23:00|
|Closed Day||Second Wednesday and New Year’s Holiday||Nearest station||Sangenjaya station|
|Open/Closed||11:00 – 23:00|
|Closed Day||Same as business days||Nearest station||Shiodome station or Shinbashi station|
|Open/Closed||10:00 – 24：00|
|Closed Day||Same as business days||Nearest station||Shibuya station|
Bunkyo Civic Center observation lounge
|Open/Closed||9:00 – 20:30|
|Closed Day||New Year’s Holiday (December 29 – January 3), temporary closing day||Nearest station||Kourakuen station|