On the 22nd of May 2020, Tokyo's symbol, the "Tokyo Skytree" approached it's 8th anniversary since opening. To help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, most people are currently unable to visit Japan, but we have gained special permission to air a very special video for all of our readers at FUN! JAPAN. Furthermore, we have some other videos relating to the Tokyo Skytree, so please give them a watch!

If you have any amazing pictures you've taken of the Tokyo Skytree, or a message you would like to send, we would love to see / hear them on Facebook ♪

8th Anniversary Special Video


Unfortunately the event that was planned for this year has been postponed until further notice, however, Tokyo Skytree has created a very special video to send a message to its fans across the entire world.

Public Video Message on The Official Website


▼Message Video Translation

Another day begins

The same blue sky

The same location

The same everyday life

We are waiting for the day

we can meet you all again



You Can See Some More Videos from Tokyo Skytree Here

If you're missing Tokyo Skytree because you can't currently visit Japan, then we have some amazing videos and pictures for you to check out!

24 Hour Time Lapse Video


Tokyo Skytree and Mt. Fuji


Tokyo Skytree & The Sumida River


Tokyo Skytree's Lighting


Information About Tokyo Skytree's Business Hours

Tokyo Skytree closed its doors on the 1st of March 2020, but from the 1st of June 2020 the doors have been opened again albeit with shorter business hours!

To protect both the visitors and the employees at Tokyo Skytree, there has been hand-wash placed at the entrance as well as regular cleaning using anti-bacterial products put in place, there are also various employee checks taking place as well as various new cleaning requirements for employees being implemented, they also require any visitor to wear a mask at all times whilst in the building. Furthermore, to try and prevent crowding, they have reduced the amount of people who can enter the deck by 20-30%.

Please check the latest information on the official Tokyo Skytree website.

Let's look forward to when we can next visit Japan and see the Tokyo Skytree once more!

・Tokyo Skytree Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/TOKYOSKYTREE.official/

・Tokyo Skytree Official Twitter:https://twitter.com/skytreeofficial

・Tokyo Skytree Official Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/tokyoskytree_official/

・Tokyo Skytree Official Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TOKYOSKYTREEofficial