Tokyo is certainly a city that showcases both the contemporary and history of the locale itself and provides inquisitive travellers with plenty to do and see. From colourful museums to adventure parks, the choices are endless. Here’s about the tallest structure in Japan, the Tokyo Skytree.
Tokyo is a hive of activity, the centre for Japan’s economy, government and culture. It is a huge transportation hub and is home to forerunners in technology, education and entertainment.
A landmark and the primary radio and television communication broadcast tower, The Tokyo Skytree stands 2,080 ft high, becoming the tallest tower in 2011.
Blending in with historical Japan, the Skytree is similar to a 5-story pagoda and the structure of the base of the tower is like a tripod. If you are planning a visit to this part of the country, base yourself in one of the finest Tokyo serviced apartments the likes of Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo which is located close to many attractions that you must visit.
Suggestions were collected from the public from October – November 2007, and on March 19, 2008, Raijingu Īsuto Tawā, Tōkyō Edo, Tōkyō Sukaitsurī, Mirai Tawā, Raijingu Tawā and Yumemi Yagura were the final candidate names chosen by a committee. On June 10, 2008, the final name was announced which was selected with a nationwide vote.
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