Tokyo Sky-tree, a broadcasting tower, was opened as the tallest Japanese architecture in May 2012.
It heights 634.0 metres, achieving the second tallest structure in the world. “634” can read “Musashi” in Japanese.”Musashi” is an old name of the region where the Tokyo Skytree stands. The tower has two usual patterns of illumination, sky blue and purple lights. In addition, special patterns are lighted-up on a special day, such as Christmas and New Year’s day. You can also enjoy facilities surrounding the tower like shopping malls, restaurants and an aquarium.
Photo by Ohsato Kazuki
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