Time Out says
The resemblance to the Eiffel Tower is deliberate, as is the superior height – it is 13m taller than the Parisian structure. Back in 1958, when it was built, it must have been impressive. Nowadays, though, constructions such as the Mori Tower, Shinjuku’s Tocho or Tokyo Sky Tree offer impressive city views as well. But with the opening of Tokyo Tower's top deck this spring, the capital's landmark is back in the race for the most stunning views. The observatory is layed out in a futuristic design with mirror walls, providing excellent Instagram-worthy shots. As the city's most recognisable structure, it's also the most striking attraction when viewed at night from any of the other observation decks.
4-2-8 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku
|Transport:||Kamiyacho Station (Hibiya line), exit 1 or Onarimon Station (Mita line), exit A1 or Akabanebashi Station (Oedo line), Akabanebashi exit.|
|Price:||Main deck/top deck tour ¥900/¥2,800, junior high and primary school students ¥500/¥1,800, children aged four or above ¥400/¥1,200|
|Opening hours:||Main deck 9am-11pm (last entry 10.30pm), top deck 9am-10.15pm (last tour 10.15pm)|