Minato-ku Tokyo

Tokyo Tower

Weekend only "Diamond Veil" produces a night view of Tokyo with various colors, and it is popular as a date spot.

Naka-ku Nagoya

Nagoya TV Tower

The space full of openness, the splendid harmony of light and the city dramatically produces the time spent with important people.

Naniwa-ku Osaka


Registered tangible cultural property of the country. It is popular as one of the symbols of Osaka and famous as a tourist attraction.

We are an association with members comprised of 20 towers.
The All-Japan Tower Association publicizes events held at each of the towers, which are divided into four blocks in Japan.

Lovers' holy land

Stamp Rally

If you visit all 20 towers, you will receive the Complete Finisher's Certificate. The ten certificate holders of each month will receive a special souvenir.

The Stamp Rally Book is available at all 20 towers of the All-Japan Tower Association. The price is 300 yen. Each tower has its own stamp (seal). When you visit a tower, a stamp (seal) of the tower will be affixed on your Stamp Rally Book.


Observation Day

The All-Japan Tower Association designated October 1 as "Observation Day" in 2006. The date was established from the Japanese word “tenbou”, which means "observation" in English. The beginning sound of “tenbou” is ten, representing the tenth month, and “bou” sounds like “stick” in English, which resembles the number “1”.

Each tower organizes many special events for your enjoyment.


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