Shibuya Sky: The trendy place to visit in Tokyo
Shibuya Sky is the newest and most amazing spot to view Tokyo skyline and cityscape. Its 360° open-air observation deck is the largest in Japan and offers spectacular views. It is located at the rooftop of Shibuya Scramble Square, the tallest building in Shibuya (height 229m) with over 200 shops and restaurants at the first 14 floors.
Shibuya Sky has three zones: “Sky Gate” (a transition space from the 14th to the 45th floor) , the “Sky Gallery” which is an indoor observation corridor on the 46th floor with interactive art installations, a cafe bar and a souvenir shop and the “Sky Stage” which is the outdoor observation space.
Opening hours of Shibuya Sky: 9:00 – 23:00. The admission fee for adults is 2,000 yen and you get a 200 yen discount if you purchase the tickets online.
Shibuya Scramble Square has direct access from and right above Shibuya Station/B6 subway exit.
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For tickets and more information visit the website of Shibuya Scramble Square
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