The Tokyo Sky Tree is a broadcasting, restaurants and observation tower under construction in Sumida-ku, Japan. It will be the second tallest tower after Burj Khalifa in Dubai upon finished. The tower has now reached its total height of 634 meter by March 2011 but construction still undergoing and it would not open until March 2012. The height of 634 is selected because the figures 6(mu), 3(sa), 4(shi), “Musashi” represented the old name of the place where Tokyo Sky Tree stands now.
There are a lot of points around Tokyo Sky Tree for taking photos. Hence, it would be great if you could bring a map showing photo points. However, you don’t have to worry even if you don’t have one. You may see a lot of signboards around Tokyo Sky Tree showing the map, photo points, restaurant guide and other information.
If you find it hard to take a two shot photo with this giant structure. Don’t worry. Try to find a stand with mirror like this around there. By using the reflection of the mirror, you can put yourself and the tower in a photo easily.
Beside from taking photo of the tower from different angles. Food lovers may try to explore some special “Towered” foods like Tower Don, Tower bread, Tower Ice Cream and etc around the area.