Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree built in May 2012 is the tallest (634m) radio tower in Japan. It has barrier free access routes from nearby stations and the parking lot. The hallways in the tower are flat. Restrooms with wheelchair access are available everywhere. Observation decks are on 350 meters and 450 meters above ground level with a 360 degree panoramic view. Restaurants and shops are located at Tokyo Solamachi (a commercial complex). The beautiful silhouette which is the image of the curve of a Japanese sword can be easily spotted from Asakusa.

Address

1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Summary

Entrance Auto door, almost flat, Braille panel installed
Inside Almost flat
Parking Parking space for the people with disabilities available
Access Almost flat
Accessiblity
Wheelchairs available
Available language
Staff available:English(always), Chinese, Korean, Portuguese(occasionally)
Inspection date
November, 2015
Nearest station Tokyo Skytree: Tobu Line
Oshiage<SKYTREE>:Tokyo Metro(Hanzomon Line), Toei(Asakusa Line), Keisei Line, Tobu
Elevator between platform and ticket gate Tokyo Skytree(Tobu): Elevator available
Oshiage<SKYTREE>(Hanzomon Line, Asakusa Line, Keisei, Tobu): Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outside Tokyo Skytree(Tobu): Elevator available
Oshiage<SKYTREE>(Hanzomon Line, Asakusa Line, Keisei, Tobu): Elevator available
Recommended route
From Tokyo Skytree(Tobu): East exit is connected to the Tokyo Skytree

Neighborhood facilities

Ueno Park
Park/Amusement
Ueno Park
Asakusa Pier
Park/Amusement
Asakusa Pier