A symbol of Nagoya, it was designated as a “Lover's Sanctuary" in 2008. The tower stands at the end of Hisaya Odori Park which is a magnificent garden boulevard running right along the top of the city. It stands 180 meters high and offers 360-degree views of Nagoya and its surrounding areas.
This tower is the oldest TV tower in Japan and also the oldest observation deck standing back in 1954. It was built to transmit television signals throughout the city and has become a tourist attraction in Nagoya.
The tower has five main floors; 1st floor, 3rd floor, 4th floor, Sky Deck and the Sky Balcony.
In the 1st floor is the Tower Square where the visitors can gaze up from the very bottom of the tower to the top. Then on the 3rd floor, the visitors can access the Sky Terminal which can get more information about the tower and at the same time, it is where you can purchase tickets for the two upper viewing decks. 4th floor is where visitors can find the TV Tower gallery and the Tower restaurant.
The two observation decks offer spectacular views of the city and surrounding of the nearby Gifu and Mie Prefectures.
It's a 5-8 minute walk from the Sakae Station (Higashiyama Line) and Sakaemachi Station (Meitetsu-Seto Line)
10:00AM - 10:00PM April - December
10:00AM - 9:00PM January - March
On weekends and National Holidays open at 11 AM
No closing days.
The admission fee for the observation floor cost 700 yen.
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