Looking like something from the movie Blade Runner, the Fuji TV headquarters in Odaiba were designed by world renowned Japanese architect Kenzo Tange.
While much of the building is taken up with offices, there are various parts open to the public — the globe-shaped observatory, a theatre mall, Wonder Street, and restaurants.
The observatory on the 25th floor (inside the giant sphere) is open from 10am until 6pm (tickets sold until 5:30pm). The observatory is closed Mondays (following day in case of national holiday.) Admission to the observatory is ¥550 for adults and ¥300 for junior high and elementary school students.
Nearby places and attractions
2 Chome 4-8, Daiba, ,Minato-ku, Tokyo
9:30am to 9pm
- 251 m from Daiba Station Yurikamome (U7)
- 442 m from Tokyo-teleport Station JR Rinkai Line (R4)
- 0.5 km from Odaiba-kaihinkōen Station Yurikamome (U6)