The Kyoto Tower is a popular site to watch the sunset and the night view of Kyoto. Kyoto is not a particularly prosperous place, and the night is not expected to be particularly stunning like in Tokyo. But the sunset is surprisingly beautiful. This is mainly to enjoy the weather and city views. Figure 4 The ticket to the tower can be bought at the ticket vending machine. Time is just right, and the telescope does not ask for the extra charge is the focus. There are very few sightseeing places, but not crowded with people. There is no open platform, but the observatory glass is spotless, and from time to time, there are staff members coming over the glass room to clean. However, the glass is still reflective. But if you are not interested in sunsets and city night scenes, Kyoto Tower isn’t a place for you. After all, it is said that Kyoto is not a bustling metropolis, no high-rise buildings, and a typical urban landscape. I didn't regret going to the tower because the sunset was so great.
The Kyoto Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in Kyoto. When I was young, I watched "Detective Conan". Every time the story happened in Kyoto, the Kyoto Tower will definitely appear, so the Kyoto Tower became my first impression of Kyoto. And the Kyoto Tower is in front of Kyoto Station, so it is almost the first impression of all visitors to Kyoto. Not only can you see him at Kyoto Station, but you can take pictures in Kyoto, and it can appear in almost half of the photos. The
Kyoto Tower is different from many towers because it is a non-steel structure and is the world's tallest non-steel structure. Although the city of Kyoto itself does not face the sea, the Kyoto Tower uniquely adopts the shape of the lighthouse as the theme of appearance. The top floor of the
Kyoto Tower is a sightseeing layer, and the third floor is the large bath YUU, which is a good place to experience the culture of a Japanese bathhouse. In addition, the basement level to the second floor of the ground is the comprehensive shopping mall Kyoto Tower Sando, which includes food, Kyoto wind hand letter and some experience projects.
, Karasuma-cho, Shibuya-ku, Shimogyo-ku, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. Take the JR or Subway Karasuma Line, exit at the central exit of Kyoto Station and walk for 2 minutes.
Kyoto Tower is a observation tower located in the Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. It is out of Kyoto Station and you can see the Kyoto Tower. If you have a JCB card, you can get a ticket with a card. We have three tickets, hahaha! Every time I come to Kyoto, I have to go to the Kyoto Tower to see the night scene. Every time I go up, it is already dark. Today we have to go up and watch the sunset. Have you seen the white line in the sky, it is the plane! Is the night view of Kyoto beautiful? nice! The sun fell quietly, leaving a colorful glow. . .
The top floor of the Kyoto Tower is very interesting, because there are no high-rise buildings in Kyoto, so the Kyoto Tower can naturally enjoy the beauty of Kyoto, and even Osaka can be seen when the weather is good.
In addition to overlooking the city of Kyoto, the interactive display of the Observatory puts out the sights of various attractions and ancient buildings and the location of the Kyoto Tower. You can find the major attractions in Kyoto according to the tips. Visitors from a little closer can be identified by the naked eye, and a little further away can be viewed with this type of telescope, which is very interesting. The
ticket contains a free photo. At the exit, there will be a small size photo taken by the staff. If you want a larger size, you need to add extra money. Necessary, because the shot is not very good.
There is a shop selling various local snacks under the Kyoto Tower. There are so many varieties of matcha cakes, you can buy them back for handwriting.
Address: No.721-1, Higashi-Osaka-cho, Shibuya-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto, Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-Higashi-ku
Tickets: 770 yen
Standing tall in front of Kyoto Station, Kyoto Tower is one of the landmarks of Kyoto, remembered by almost every visitor to the city. The tower itself is designed in the shape of a candle, while the observatory deck provides a great place to look out over the streets of Kyoto and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding shrines, temples, and Higashiyama mountains. In addition to the observatory, a restaurant, hot spring, and hotel can be found inside the tower.