4 good reasons to climb up the Tokyo Skytree to take pictures
If you have subscribed to my YT channel, you know that I have been trying a lot of different photography spots in Tokyo lately.
I found that one of the best places to shoot Tokyo was the Tokyo Skytree. Here's four reason why you should consider this spot the next time you'll visit the Japanese Capital.
1. It is impressive!
The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan.
The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in the world.
The Tokyo Skytree is the second tallest structure in the world after Dubai's Burj Khalifa. Okay, I get it is quite tall!
2. Fuji San baby!
You can see Mount Fuji. If you are lucky enough (good weather) you can photograph Mount Fuji behind a fantastic panoramic view of Tokyo.
3. Not free, but certainly not expensive
Getting to the first and lowest platform of the tower (350m) will cost you about 20$. You may think it is expensive, but once you are up there, you change your mind instantly.
4. Tokyo's best panoramic view
Tokyo is an insanely huge city, I mean it is endless. You can't figure this out until you've seen the city from a higher point of view. Tokyo Tower gives you also an interesting POV over the megalopolis, but it's nothing compared to Tokyo Skytree.
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