10(テン) / 1(ボー) は「展望の日」
October 1 is "Observation Day".
What is "Observation Day"?
The All-Japan Tower Association designated October 1 as "Observation Day" in 2006. The date was established from the Japanese word 鍍enbou, which means "observation" in English. The beginning sound of 鍍enbou is ten, representing the tenth month, and 澱ou sounds like 都tick in English, which resembles the number 1.

Each tower organizes many special events for your enjoyment. We encourage you to explore our website and visit your favorite tower. Why don't you visit two or more towers on Observation Day?
The 7th Observation Day is on Monday, October 1, 2012. Visit each tower and receive an Observation Day Special Towel on that day.
Photos of the 6th Observation Day in 2011
Take a look at the photos taken on Observation Day in the official blog of each tower.
TV Tosan (TV Daddy) Tower Hours (Sappro TV Tower)
1   2
Kansai 4 Towers Blog (Kyoto Tower)
1   2
Noppon Blog (Tokyo Tower)
Operation, Kuchu Teien (Kuchu Teien Tenbodai)      
Receive a 20 Towers Adhesive Bookmaker as a gift on the 6th Observation Day.
Return
Return to the top of this page.
Copyright ゥ All-Japan Tower Association. All rights reserved.