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Kyoto Tower is a 131 meters (430 feet) tall, 800 ton in weight, Japanese candle-shaped observation tower that stands above the Kyoto city in Japan.It was designed by Makoto Tanahashi, doctor of engineering, and built to withstand all the natural forces that could hit the area. Construction of the tower began in 1963 and was completed and opened mere a year later in December of 1964.There are nine elevators that will take you to the tower’s 100 meter (330 feet) high observation deck, where you can use the free telescopes to peer far into the distance and enjoy the breathtaking view of the old Kyoto city.
Visit: Kyoto Tower, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, KinkiAttraction details： • Enjoy a unique look at Kyoto city from 100 meters up at the Kyoto Tower observation deck • Get a new angle on sightseeing famous sights such as Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Toji Temple and Chion-in Temple, and even as far as Osaka! • Make the most of the free telescopes on the observation deck fifth floor • Enjoy the building's amenities including souvenir shops, restaurant, sky lounge and public bath house during your visit
- Entry/Admission - Kyoto Tower
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