Higashiyama Sky Tower (134 meters)
Higashiyama Sky Tower is a landmark in the east part of Nagoya City in Aichi Prefecture.
From the observation platform of the tower, which stands at a corner in Higashiyama Park, visitors can admire one of the largest parks in Japan. A magnificent view of the Central Alps, Mt. Ontakesan and Mt. Ibukisan are also overlooked from the observation platform. The visitors are fascinated by the night view, which was selected as one of the most beautiful night views in Japan.
At the foot of the tower, guests can spend an entire day visiting the zoo where they can see the adored Koalas and the botanical garden that contains an extensive collection of the world's plants.
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Operator Sanei Corporation
Opening date July 11, 1989
Architect Nissoken Architects/Engineers
Structural type Steel construction and rigid-frame structure in cross bracing
Purpose Viewing, disaster prevention, administration and radio transmission
Observation platform Admission fee:
300 yen for adults
Free for junior high school students or younger
Access JR Nagoya Station
official website
Tower character

Noppy

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