Higashiyama Sky Tower in Nagoya

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  • Higashiyama Sky Tower in Nagoya

    Nagoya Higashiyama Sky Tower

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Higashiyama Sky Tower is with an height of 134m an impressive sight in Nagoya City. The landmark building features a restaurant and observation decks appr. 100m above ground. Best Ryokans in NagoyaExplore Ryokans in Nagoya
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Enjoy the great views over Nagoya, Mt. Ontakesan, the Central Alps, Mt. Ibukisan and the large Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens (Higashiyama Dōshokubutsuen) nearby.

  • Higashiyama Sky Tower:
  • Opening Hours - 9:00 am to 9:30 pm (last entry at 9:00 pm)
  • Closed - Mondays, December 29th till January 1st
  • Admission fee - 300 yen (adults), free (Junior high school student and under)


In July 1989 the construction of the Higashiyama Sky Tower was finished. Nissoken Architects/Engineers created the structure.


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Higashiyama Sky Tower is located in central Nagoya within Chikusa-ku (ward).
Address: 1-8 Kameiri, Tashiro-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi prefecture 464-0803

How to get to Higashiyama Sky Tower?

  • 20min from Nagoya Station to Higashiyamakoen St. by Higashiyama Subway Line

Sightseeing spots


Higashiyama Koen - the park is with 60 ha really big, it has a large Amusement Park, Zoo and Botanical Garden area

Higashiyama Zoo - one of the most popular zoo in Japan with appr. 2 million annual visitors, more than 125 species of mammals can be seen

Higashiyama Botanical Garden - contains an huge collection of the world's plants (Camelia, Gentiana, Glycyrrhiza, Papaver etc...)

Festival & Events (dates can change without notice)


Higashiyama Park Spring Festival (end of March till beginning of May)
More than 3800 cherry trees in full bloom will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

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