Shibuya Scramble Square

1. Introduction.

With the arrival of the next Olympic Games in Tokyo without a defined date due to the global pandemic related to COVID19, the Japanese city has made different renovations in its most emblematic places. More specifically, one of the most important scratches in the city has been built, it is the Shibuya Scramble Square, within this skyscraper is the Shibuya Sky, from here you can see such important elements of Tokyo, such as the Shibuya Scramble, the Tokyo Tower among others, including Mount Fuji on days when the sun shines calmly.

Also, it will offer all kinds of activities both to national and international tourists, as well as to the residents themselves, this is because offices, restaurants, shops or different spaces for events will be located in this building.

2- Shibuya Sky.

It is located on the top two floors of the building and is a unique space to observe the city both day and night. Within floors 45 and 46 of the building, they have rest areas, shops and cafeterias. Both are observation areas, one inside and the other outside. In the case of the 45th floor, it provides us with iconic glass installations, along with some sounds of a stereoscopic nature, so we will have a unique view of this area.

The 46th floor, or the Sky Stage, is an outdoor lookout for tourists to enjoy the best views of Tokyo. This platform has an approximate area of ​​2,500 square meters.

The only drawback we have is that to access this platform you have to pay. So it is another of the paid viewpoints that the city has.

Tickets can be purchased quietly on the building’s website and with some anticipation in case you need it. If you want to buy it at the counter, you should go to the 14th floor of the building.

3- Cost of tickets and things to consider when buying your ticket.

The currency used in Japan is the Yen, so the prices that we are going to count will be in this currency. It will also depend on how old you are and if you choose it physically or online. We can make the following summary.

– Tickets in a physical establishment: for children 3-5 years old, the cost is 500, for primary school students it is 900, for secondary and high school students the price goes up to 1,400 and for people older than 18 years we go to 1,800.

– Internet entries: for children aged 3-5 years it is 600, for primary education students it is 1,000, secondary and high school students 1,600 and for adults over 18 years of age, 2,000.

Notes to keep in mind are the following:

a) You should know that tickets are limited, so the day and time you want may be sold out.

b) If you bring children under 3 years old, the entrance will not cost you money.

c) People with disabilities have different prices, more specifically half of the figures we have mentioned above.

d) It is advisable to get the tickets online.

4- Conclusion.

In conclusion, it is one of the tallest buildings in Tokyo, where you can see the most emblematic sites both at night and during the day, even if it is clear you can see Mount Fuji.

The cost of the tickets will vary between 600 and 2,000 yen, taking into account that for people with disabilities, the cost is half.

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