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The Shibuya area has always been a hub of modernity from its iconic Shibuya 109 building to the annual New Years celebrations around the train station. A new addition to the countless attractions has recently opened as of November 1st, 2019. The “Shibuya Sky” is an observatory deck located in the new landmark “Shibuya Scramble Square” where visitors can enjoy the multiple sections, each with a different theme/view. Situated roughly 230m above the ground, visitors can enjoy the cityscape of Tokyo without obstructions, a full 360 degree panoramic view.
The main attraction “Sky Stage” awaits as you take the elevator from the 14th floor to the 45th floor. Being so high up means there are strong winds but it is very much worth the experience and panoramic view of Tokyo. It is recommended that because the observation space is square shaped, standing at the corners will provide the best pictures. This is particularly so when the floor is lit up and take pictures as though you are standing on the edge of a cliff.
The 46th floor introduces the observatory corridor “Sky Gallery” which hosts interactive activities that incorporate both the cityscape views with beautifully designed graphic visuals. The “Time River” is a collection of 10 big displays of images that can be changed by a single touch. Additionally, there is the “Data Scape” that visually displays the present data of Shibuya in real time with an image of Shibuya also displayed in front of the data.
Located on the same floor as the “Sky Gallery”, the Paradise Lounge offers snacks and beverages all while enjoying music and a spectacular view of Tokyo. Designed by British designer Tom Dixon and the Design Innovation Team, the space was created not only to offer an amazing view of the city but also stimulate intellectual curiosity through a variety of experiences.
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