8 July 2016
Tokyo Skytree introduces fast-track tickets
The 634m-high Tokyo Skytree, recognised by the Guinness World Records Company in 2011 as the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world, has introduced the Fast Skytree Ticket for international visitors.
Tokyo Skytree has introduced the Fast Skytree Ticket, an express ticket which grants admission with a shorter wait compared to using the regular tickets. The tickets are sold exclusively at a separate ticket counter at the 4th floor West Entrance, Tokyo Skytree.
Eligible visitors include international guests who present their ID to the ticket counter. International guests residing in Japan, and Japanese visitors accompanying a group with international guests are also eligible.
Opening hours are 8am to 9pm
※ TEMBO DECK (floor 350) will close at 10pm
※ TEMBO GALLERIA (floor 450) will allow entries till 9:20pm.
※ Ticket sales are subject to change due to weather condition and other reasons.
Admission with Fast Skytree costs 3,000 yen for those 12 years old and over, and 1,500 yen for those aged four to 11 for a visit to floor 350. A combo Fast Skytree ticket allowing admission to floors 350 and 450 will cost 4,000 for those 12 years old and over, and 2,000 yen for those aged four to 11. Children under three years old are admitted free.
In contrast, same-day tickets for the TEMBO DECK (floor 350) cost 2,060 yen for visitors 18 years old and over; 1,540 yen for those 12 to 17 years old; 930 yen if aged six to 11; and 620 yen for children aged four to five.
Same-day tickets for the TEMBO GALLERIA (floor 450) cost 1,030, 820, 510 and 310 yen respectively.