Welcome to TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN

A multi-functional town incorporating commerce, culture and education; a place attracting visitors time after time

Sky Arena leading from Oshiage Station to the tower lobby on the fourth level, three plazas in front of the station and along Kitajukken River, and Shinsui Park will form a community environment where visitors and nearby residents can gather. It will be a vibrant town by accommodating business, entertainment, culture, office facilities with emergency response measures and by coordinating with the surrounding areas.

New and unique “Shitamachi Style”

New and unique “Shitamachi Style”

The “town with a tower” promises a lifestyle that is not uniform. The facilities are developed with the aim of producing a community brand transmitting new local values to the world by generously introducing facilities and functions that will manifest the charm of the shitamachi spirit and produce a synergy effect.

Note: Shitamachi means traditional old town area with Edo atmosphere.

Over view of Overall Plan

Over view of Overall Plan

  • Access by train
  • Access by car

Access by train

Please use public transportation when visiting TOKYO SKYTREE.

Access Map
  • TOBU SKYTREE Line
  • JR Yamanote Line
  • Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
  • Tobu Tojo Line
  • JR Chuo Line
  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
  • Narita SKY ACCESS Keisei Line
  • JR Sobu Line
  • Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
  • Keikyu Line
  • JR Sobu Rapid Line
  • Toei Asakusa Line
  • Tokyo Monorail
  • Shinkansen
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TOKYO SKYTREE Station

  • TOBU SKYTREE Line
  • * From Asakusa Station, 1 station, a 2 minute-ride on the TOBU SKYTREE Line, or a 15-minute walk
  • * From Ueno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), transfer to the TOBU SKYTREE Line at Asakusa Station, 14 minutes.

Oshiage Station (SKYTREE)

  • TOBU SKYTREE Line
  • Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
  • Narita SKY ACCESS Keisei Line
  • Toei Asakusa Line
  • * from Tokyo Station, take the JR Sobu Rapid Line and transfer at Kinshicho for the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, 16 minutes.
  • * From Shinagawa Station, take the Keikyu Line or Toei Asakusa Line, a 25-minute through service
  • * From Haneda Airport, take the Keikyu Line or Toei Asakusa Line, 42-minute through service
  • * From Narita Airport, take the Keisei Narita Airport Line or Narita SKY ACCESS Keisei Line, a 59-minute through service.

Asakusa Station

  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
  • * 5 minutes from Ueno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), a 15-minute walk to TOKYO SKYTREE

Kinshicho Station

  • JR Sobu Line
  • Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
  • * 9 minutes from Tokyo Station (JR Sobu Rapid Line), a 30-minute walk to TOKYO SKYTREE

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  • Access by train
  • Access by car

Access by car

Approach/return map

TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN will be opened from May 22, 2012. Parking within the facilities is currently not available.
For sightseeing around the facilities before the opening, please use the nearby paid time parking lots. Curb parking is strictly prohibited to avoid inconveniencing the neighborhood.
Please use trains and public transportation.

Broad area map

Peripheral map

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Located in a major traditional international tourist zone of Japan

Tokyo Sky Tree Town is accessible from two stations on four lines. The closest station of Oshiage is a terminal served by TOBU SKYTREE Line, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Keisei Oshiage Line and Toei Asakusa Line. The location is convenient with smooth access to both Haneda and Narita Airports, the gateways to Japan.

Kaminarimon in Asakusa
[Kaminarimon in Asakusa] A-1
Outer entrance gate to Kinryuzan Sensoji Temple, a symbolic tourist spot in Asakusa. The gate houses a statue of Fujin, the god of wind on the right and that of Raijin, the god of thunder and lightning on the left. Nakamise Street leading to the temple is lined with shops offering all sorts of Japanese souvenirs.
Kokugikan in Ryogoku
[Kokugikan in Ryogoku] A-3
This is where sumo tournaments are held. Visitors can enjoy a tour of the stadium and shopping at the shops inside even when tournaments are not being held.
Ryogoku accommodates sumo stables, chanko (typical meal for sumo wrestlers) restaurants and other establishments related with sumo. You may even bump into a sumo wrestler on the streets.
Kameido Tenjin
[Kameido Tenjin] C-2
A famous shrine where Sugawara no Michizane is worshipped as the god of learning. It was first called “Higashi-saifu Tenman-gu” as it was located in the east of the head shrine Dazaifu Tenman-gu. The shrine is also popular for Japanese wisteria that blooms abundantly there in springtime.
Mukojima
[Mukojima] B-1
An area with relics from old Edo, accommodating shrines and temples, such as Mimeguri Jinja, Kofukuji and Chomeiji, just to name a few. Mukojima is also famous for the large number of ryotei, a type of luxurious traditional Japanese restaurant. Cherry trees along the banks of River Sumida near Sakurabashi are spectacular when in bloom. They are cherished by the people as the “bokutei no sakura (or cherry blossoms of the river banks of Sumida).”
Edo-Tokyo Museum
[Edo-Tokyo Museum] A-3
A museum dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying the historical and cultural heritage of Edo-Tokyo. Apart from its collection on permanent display, special exhibitions and events are held 4-5 times a year.

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