It is 634 meters tall, the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world. From its two observatories, you can overlook a view up to 70 km away on a sunny day.
Sakura-bashi Bridge connects the two sections of Sumida Park on either side of Sumida River. It is a pedestrian-only bridge distinguished by a smart facade that blends in with its surroundings.
A bridge connecting Arakawa, Sumida and Taito. A nice place to stroll and view Tokyo Skytree®.
The bridge is called Kuramae (”front of warehouse”) since rice was stored in the area during the Edo period. Painted in bright yellow, the bridge reminds us of rice grains.
This is the site where the revenge of the 47 Ronin (Ako-roshi) took place. On the same property is Matsuzaka-inari shrine, which enshrines Kira and the well said to have been used to clean his head.