Nagoya TV Tower in Sakae, Nagoya City (Nagoya-shi)

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This is Japan’s first radio-wave emitting tower which is 180m high, the Nagoya TV Tower is Japan’s oldest radio and TV broadcasting tower and is registered as one of the country’s tangible cultural properties. From the balcony which is 100m above ground, you will see the surrounding towns of Nagoya, The Suzuka Mountains as well as the beautiful view of Ise Bay.

It contains popular cafes and restaurants, and the Sky Balcony, 100 meters above ground level, offers stunning vistas of the mountains of Suzuka and Ise Bay. The tower adds to the romantic ambience of the skyline when it is lit up in the evening and was designated a “lovers’ sanctuary.”

Temporarily closed for building equipment work from January 10 to April 25, 20l2.

Observation Floor Entry Fee: Adults: ¥600- ¥500 Aged 65 and above: ¥500 – ¥400

Elementary school students: ¥300 – ¥200

Hour:
Open: 10:00-21:00 [Last entry at 20:40] (Depending on the season open hours may be changed.)

Location and Contact: Nagoya TV Tower 3-6-15, Nishiki, Naka Ward (naka-ku), Nagoya City (Nagoya-shi), Aichi 460-0003 Japan [Geo Coordinate: 35.172314,136.908331] TEL: 052-971-8546 FAX: 052-961-0561

Website: http://www.nagoya-tv-tower.co.jp/floor/floor_english.html


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