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    Sunshine 60 Observatory

    Tokyo’s sky is more exciting than ever. On 21 April 2016, the observatory of Sunshine 60 reopened its doors as a brand-new attraction spot. It now offers not only a compelling panorama of 360 degrees, but also hi-tech whiz-bang attractions, from 251 meters above sea level.

    Sky Circus consists of seven zones of entertainment, each employing state-of-the-art technologies from virtual realities (VR), CG and 4D to interactive animation. Get floating sensations. Experience visual illusions. Try “TOKYO Bullet Flight” to travel into Tokyo’s future sky. Welcome to an unforgettable sky experience!

  • Place name SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observatory
    (in Japanese) SKY CIRCUS サンシャイン60展望台
    Dates Opens daily
    *Closes according to circumstances
    Opening hours *ticket sales on the day: 9:30 am – 8:50 pm
    Price ¥1800
    *students (senior high schools, vocational schools, universities): ¥1500;
    *pupils (elementary and junior high schools): ¥900,
    *children (above age 4): ¥500;
    *seniors (above age 65): ¥1500
    Remarks  *Fare of “Tokyo Bullet Flight” (¥600) and “Swing Coaster” (\400) extra (to be purchased together with entrance ticket; above age 13)
    *Advance ticket (day and time slot can be specified until two months ahead) may be purchase at SKY CIRCUS’ website
    *The quantity is limited both for advance tickets and on-the-day tickets
    Address 60th Floor, Sunshine 60 Building
    3-1 Higashi-ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
    Getting there
    • 3 min walk from Higashi-ikebukuro Station (Tokyo Métro Yurakucho Line: 6 and 7 Exit) via underground passage
    • 8 min walk from Ikebukuro Station (JR Lines, Tokyo Metro lines, Seibu Line and Tobu Line: 35 Exit)

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.


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