At 1,092 feet (333 meters) tall, Tokyo Tower is an impressive Japanese landmark that offers 360-degree views of the city. Housing an aquarium, two observation decks, a Shinto shrine, a wax museum and the famous Foot-Town, Tokyo Tower is a great center for entertainment. Built in 1958 and inspired by the Eiffel Tower, this structure is the central feature of Tokyo. At night, the tower lights up, creating a beautiful glow throughout the city.
On the first floor travelers will find an aquarium of more than 50,000 fish, a souvenir shop, multiple restaurants and an observatory. The second floor houses the food court, while the third floor includes the wax museum and the Guinness World Record Museum. An arcade center can be found on the fourth floor, and finally, on the top floor is the main observatory and the amusement park roof garden.
The easiest way to get to Tokyo Tower is by subway or train. Five different lines run within a five- to 15-minute walk to the tower.