JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Last additions - Sumida-ku 墨田区
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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Inside Solamachi too.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Skytree and carp streamers.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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Tokyo Skytree and carp streamers.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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In early May, koinobori carp streamers are displayed for Children's Day at Tokyo Skytree.Oct 07, 2018
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Tobu Kameido Station.Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu Kameido Station.Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu Kameido Station.Jun 19, 2017
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Hikifune Station on the Tobu Line.Jun 19, 2017
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Baden StationJun 19, 2017
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German castleJun 19, 2017
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Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.Jun 19, 2017
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RothenburgJun 19, 2017
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RothenburgJun 19, 2017
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Model train diorama at Tobu Museum. This is Rothenburg.Jun 19, 2017
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Another model train diorama set in Germany.Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu train at Higashi Mukojima Station.Jun 19, 2017
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Panoromic model train diorama. Tokyo Skytree.Jun 19, 2017
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Rest spaceJun 19, 2017
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Rowing oars.Jun 19, 2017
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With Sumida River nearby, a rowing exhibit.Jun 19, 2017
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Portable shrineJun 19, 2017
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Folkcrafts of Sumida-ku.Jun 19, 2017
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Rest area on upper floor.Jun 19, 2017
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Train tickets on left, commuter passes on right.Jun 19, 2017
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Commemorative train tickets.Jun 19, 2017
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Exhibition roomJun 19, 2017
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Slope to upper level with historical photos on wall.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside train ticket boothJun 19, 2017
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Train ticket boothJun 19, 2017
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Train simulatorsJun 19, 2017
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Railway bicycle to transport rail workers and cargo. Motor- and pedal-powered.Jun 19, 2017
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Train signal lightJun 19, 2017
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About the Nikko Tramway 200 series tramcar.Jun 19, 2017
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Museum's lower level.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside Nikko Tramway 200 series tramcar - No. 203, built in 1950.Jun 19, 2017
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Nikko Tramway 200 series tramcar - No. 203, built in 1950 and retired in 2001.Jun 19, 2017
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The bus was salvaged in the mid-1960s and restored.Jun 19, 2017
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The bus was salvaged in the mid-1960s.Jun 19, 2017
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Made by Fuji Motors and Nissan in 1951.Jun 19, 2017
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Bus driver's seatJun 19, 2017
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Cab-over bus has the driver's cab over the engine.Jun 19, 2017
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Wooden floor.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside the Tobu bus.Jun 19, 2017
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This bus was made by Nissan in 1951.Jun 19, 2017
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This Tobu bus operated in the city of Ashikaga in Tochigi Prefecture.Jun 19, 2017
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Another highlight is this beautiful, classic Tobu bus from 1951. Cab-over type bus displayed at Tobu Museum in Sumida Ward, Tokyo.Jun 19, 2017
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History of Tobu trains.Jun 19, 2017
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Train simulator.Jun 19, 2017
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One unique thing about Tobu Museum is that there are basement windows where you can see the train wheels stop at Higashi Mukojima Station.Jun 19, 2017
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One unique thing about Tobu Museum is that there are basement windows where you can see the train wheels stop at Higashi Mukojima Station.Jun 19, 2017
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Cab of Inside "Kegon" Deluxe Romance Car, 1720 series "DRC" electric multiple unit car.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside "Kegon" Deluxe Romance Car, 1720 series "DRC" electric multiple unit car.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside "Kegon" Deluxe Romance Car, 1720 series "DRC" electric multiple unit car.Jun 19, 2017
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"Kegon" Deluxe Romance Car, 1720 series "DRC" electric multiple unit car (built 1960). It's displayed outside the museum, but you can enter it only from inside the museum.Jun 19, 2017
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5700 series electric train car – No. MoHa5701. Built 1951, moved to museum in January 2009. It has "cat whiskers."Jun 19, 2017
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About the ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu's ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101 when used by Ohmi Railway in Shiga Prefecture.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101.Jun 19, 2017
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ED101 class electric locomotive – No. 101. Built in 1930 for Tobu, used by Ohmi Railway during its final years, and brought back to Tobu in January 2009.Displayed at Tobu Museum in Sumida Ward, Tokyo.Jun 19, 2017
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Cab inside Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5Jun 19, 2017
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Inside Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5.Jun 19, 2017
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Inside Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5 (built in 1924).Jun 19, 2017
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Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5 (built in 1924)Jun 19, 2017
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Class DeHa1 electric railcar – No. DeHa5 (built in 1924)Jun 19, 2017
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B1 class steam locomotive – No. 5Jun 19, 2017
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B1 class steam locomotive – No. 5Jun 19, 2017
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Enter the museum and you see this first: B1 class steam locomotive – No. 5 (built 1898 by Beyer, Peacock and Company).Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu Museum is primarily a railway/train museum. Indoor and outdoor exhibits include a ED101 class electric locomotive, a beautifully restored Tobu bus from 1951, train simulators, and a German model train diorama.Jun 19, 2017
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Tobu Museum is right under Higashi-Mukojima Station on the Tobu Skytree Line that starts at Asakusa.Jun 19, 2017
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Entrance to Tobu Museum (Tobu Hakubutsukan).Jun 19, 2017
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Autumn elevator.Apr 06, 2016
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Asakusa, notice the pagoda.Apr 06, 2016
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Halloween at Tokyo Skytree in 2015.Apr 06, 2016
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AsakusaApr 06, 2016
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Sumida River and RyogokuApr 06, 2016
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The glass reflections make it hard to get clear shots. Kinshicho and Tokyo Bay.Apr 06, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree at night.Apr 06, 2016
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Winter elevator.Apr 06, 2016
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If you have a foreign passport, this ticket counter is faster to get tickets.Apr 06, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree at nightApr 06, 2016
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Sumo museumMar 24, 2016
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Pose with a cutout of popular rikishi Endo.Mar 24, 2016
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Pose with a cutout of popular rikishi Endo.Mar 24, 2016
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Elevator with winter designMar 27, 2014
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Elevator with autumn designMar 27, 2014
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Waiting for the elevator to go down. It took longer for me to go down than to go up. There's no time limit on the observation decks. You can stay there all day I think.Mar 27, 2014
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Line for the elevator to go down.Mar 27, 2014
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See-through floorMar 27, 2014
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See-through floorMar 27, 2014
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Benches providedMar 27, 2014
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MenuMar 27, 2014
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The Tembo Deck has three floors. One floor has a cafe and prices were quite cheap. Almost the same as any coffee shop on the ground.Mar 27, 2014
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Picture-taking service on lower deck.Mar 27, 2014
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Kids exercising.Mar 27, 2014
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Tokyo Skytree StationMar 27, 2014
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Tokyo Skytree shadow.Mar 27, 2014
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This is the ticket line for the higher Tembo Galleria. A 20-min. wait already by late morning.Mar 27, 2014
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Much more crowded in late morning with lots of school kids on class trips.Mar 27, 2014
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Back on the lower deck.Mar 27, 2014
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National Diet BuildingMar 27, 2014
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Northern Sumida RiverMar 27, 2014
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I overheard one woman say, "The city looks like it's made of Lego." I had to agree. Mar 27, 2014
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Ueno Park (National Museum)Mar 27, 2014
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Tokyo DomeMar 27, 2014
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Sumida River and AsakusaMar 27, 2014
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Asakusa Kannon temple, Sensoji as seen from Tokyo Skytree.Mar 27, 2014
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Asakusa Kannon temple, SensojiMar 27, 2014
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AsakusaMar 27, 2014
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Tokyo TowerMar 27, 2014
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Mt. Fuji as seen from Tokyo Skytree.Mar 27, 2014
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On a clear day, the views are marvelous, with Mt. Fuji (upper right) and many Tokyo landmarks visible. Mar 27, 2014
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RyogokuMar 27, 2014
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RyogokuMar 27, 2014
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Going further up.Mar 27, 2014
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Views from the Skywalk.Mar 27, 2014
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Gateway BridgeMar 27, 2014
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The Skywalk can get quite warm on sunny days.Mar 27, 2014
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The Skywalk is not recommended if you fear heights.Mar 27, 2014
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The higher observation deck called Tembo Galleria has a unique design with a spiraling walkway called the Skywalk.Mar 27, 2014
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The line for that ticket was also very short before 10 am. Elevator to go higher.Mar 27, 2014
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Here, you can buy another ticket for 1000 yen to go up further by 100 meters to the higher lookout deck called the Tembo Galleria, 450 meters above ground.Mar 27, 2014
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I saw one school girl here who looked very nauseous (likely threw up in the bathroom) with a friend rubbing her back.Mar 27, 2014
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Stunning views. Sumida River.Mar 27, 2014
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The exposed struts inside the observation deck are padded so you don't crack your head when you bump into it. Lonely people who don't have anyone to hug could hug one of these. It's soft enough.Mar 27, 2014
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Each elevator has a design based on one of the four seasons. I went inside the summer elevator with a fireworks design. The elevator is very fast going up.Part of the elevator door is also transparent. Close your eyes or look away if you start to feel sick/dizzy. Please don't vomit in the elevator.Mar 27, 2014
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The first/lower observation deck is called the Tembo Deck. Mar 27, 2014
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Tokyo Skytree ticket counter. Empty on weekday mornings from 8 am to 10 am.Mar 27, 2014
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I went from 0 to 350 meters above the ground in less than 10 min. There are four elevators.Mar 27, 2014
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The problem with buying a reserved ticket for a specific day is that you won't know what the weather will be like that day. It's not worth going up on a cloudy/rainy day.Low clouds can easily cover the lookout decks and all you may see is cloud white. They also close the tower on windy/stormy days. Mar 27, 2014
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The least crowded time is weekday mornings between 8 am to 10 am. I got there at 9:30 am on a Friday and was happy to see no line to buy a ticket (2000 yen) to go up. Mar 27, 2014
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It's much cheaper to visit Skytree on your own instead of going on a typical bus tour. But a bus tour may exempt you from a long wait to go up since they have their own reserved tickets for a specific time.Mar 27, 2014
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Finally went up Tokyo Skytree for the first time in Sept. 2013. I waited for a clear weekday and went early in the morning. Mar 27, 2014
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You can either buy a ticket at the door or buy a reserved ticket for a specific day via their Website. Visiting Tokyo Skytree on snowy days can be dangerous. Clumps of snow clinging to the struts are known to fall to the ground.Mar 27, 2014
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One restaurant in Solamachi has an outdoor terrace.Jun 18, 2012
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Miso from all over Japan.Jun 18, 2012
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Sake from all over Japan.Jun 18, 2012
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On the food floor, they were giving out yummy samples. This is shumai.Jun 18, 2012
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A load of fish for only 634 yen. In Japanese, "634" can be pronounced "Musashi" which refers to the Sky Tree's 634-meter height. Musashi was also the name of the old province that included most of Tokyo.Jun 18, 2012
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The food floor was the most crowded and noisy. This fish market was holding special opening sale selling lotta seafood for 634 yen (in reference to the Sky Tree's 634-meter height) during pre-opening festivities for Sumida Ward residents on May 20, 2Jun 18, 2012
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Opening sale on the food floor.Jun 18, 2012
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Soft drinks in Tokyo Sky Tree-shaped bottles.Jun 18, 2012
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Food courtJun 18, 2012
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Sky window over a rest area in Solamachi.Jun 18, 2012
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From the Solamachi shopping complex, there is a window from which you can view the foot.Jun 18, 2012
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Books about Tokyo Sky Tree.Jun 18, 2012
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More sales girls wearing happi coats during Tokyo Sky Tree pre-opening festivities for Sumida Ward residents on May 20, 2012.Jun 18, 2012
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I like the sales girls wearing happi coats, a symbol of the shitamachi (old merchants' quarters) area of Tokyo.Jun 18, 2012
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Merchandise of Tokyo Sky Tree's official mascot.Jun 18, 2012
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One of the shopping alleys inside Solamachi.Jun 18, 2012
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The Solamachi (Skytown) shopping complex below Tokyo Sky Tree was also open to Sumida Ward residents for a preview on May 19-20, 2012. All the shops were open and held an opening sale. Tokyo Sky Tree officially opened on May 22.Jun 18, 2012
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Tokyo Sky Tree has a unique curving side.Jun 18, 2012
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Mukojima geisha performing. Mukojima is in Sumida Ward. http://mukoujima-kenban.com/index.htmlJun 18, 2012
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Another stage had Mukojima geisha performing. Mukojima is in Sumida Ward. http://mukoujima-kenban.com/index.htmlJun 18, 2012
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Near the foot of Tokyo Sky Tree during pre-opening festivities for Sumida Ward residents on May 20, 2012.Jun 18, 2012
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