Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatories
Time Out says
Kenzo Tange's domineering Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is worth visiting purely to have a good look at its spectacular edifice, but it's also home to a pair of free observation decks that have become a popular stop on many tourist itineraries. For good reason, too: unlike other contenders like Roppongi Hills (¥1,800) and Tokyo Skytree (¥2,100 and counting), the TMG's observatories are completely free of charge. Particularly popular at sunset, when clear days afford good views of Mt Fuji, the observation decks also serve refreshments.
45F Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, 2-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
|Transport:||Shinjuku Station, west exit|
|Opening hours:||South deck 9.30am-11pm (last entry 10.30pm), closed 1st & 3rd Tue of every month / The north deck is temporarily closed until January 14, 2020|