From almost any point in Tokyo you can see the Skytree which stands 2,080 feet above the city, that’s twice the size of the Eiffel Tower. Each level has a different theme, 14 best cities to visit in japan
right now we’re in the modern area. Let’s go check out the view. Whoa! This is the most spectacular view of Tokyo you can ever imagine. I can literally see Asakusa Temple over here. The Asakusa Temple is one of the most colorful and popular temples in Japan. It’s also one of the oldest Buddhist temples. I had no idea the Asakusa Temple was this whole area, it’s not just one building. Right behind me is the Imperial Palace and this is where the shoguns used to live. Now only the emperor and his wife live here. It’s been such a fun day exploring Tokyo. Sayonara!
From almost any point in Tokyo you can see the Skytree, 14 best cities to visit in japan which stands 2,080 feet above the city. That’s twice the size of the Eiffel Tower. Each level has a different theme. Right now we’re in the modern area. Let’s go check out the view.
Woah! I can literally see all of Tokyo from here. I can see the Asakusa Temple over here, the Sumida River right there, and the Rainbow Bridge in the distance. I mean, this is the most spectacular view of Tokyo you could ever imagine. Now we’re headed down to the glass floor.
This is gonna be a little scary. Here we go! Wow, we are so far up here. Holy cow. I have finally reached the highest observation point at 451.2 meters. Not only can I see Tokyo, I can see up to 70 kilometers in the distance. The Skytree is a must see. You get a 360 degree view of the city, something you will never forget.
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