Piercing the sky at an impressive height of 333 meters, the Tokyo Tower was completed in 1958 and currently functions as a telecommunication tower as well as a popular tourist attraction. The design and architecture of the tower is believed to have been inspired from the structure of the Eiffel Tower and following completion, the tower was declared the tallest freestanding tower in the world, beating the Eiffel Tower by a 13 meter difference. At the foot of the tower, the FootTown - a specially-built four storey building - is available for tourists to shop, dine and sight-see. The Tokyo Tower is regarded as an icon of Japan's rapid industrialization and development and is believed to signify the success and triumph of the Japanese people.
Main observatory - Adults: ¥820, Children: ¥460 and Special observatory - Adults: ¥600, Children: ¥400
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily
Around 2 hours
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
The FootTown building, the main observatory (at 150m) and the special observatory (at 250m)
Designated prayer rooms will not be available at the Tokyo Tower itself. But a number of Mosques are located in Tokyo town, including the Tokyo Mosque which is the largest Mosque in Japan.
Though a number of restaurants are available at the FootTown building, availability of Halal food will be scarce. However, a few Halal restaurants are available in the near vicinity, within the town of Tokyo.