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Fantastic, affordable experience! Would definitely recommend.

Great experience only to be bettered by Dubai's Burj Khalifa. It only cost £12 (booked online the night before) for the 350m platform but I opted for the 450m platform which was just £21. This is a bargain considering it's the world's 2nd tallest building, especially when comparing with the likes of the Empire State Building, which was amazing, but cost about £40 in 2014 to reach "a measly" 381m high on the 102nd floor. There's also a museum which is impressive and large interactive screens to understand which building is which. We even spotted our hotel from the top! The department score and array of restaurants lower down is very impressive. It's a city in itself, not just a tower.

Tokyo Skytree Admission Ticket Reviewed by Jonny, 09/17/2019

Purchased same day tickets which where sold out on official website!

I was determined to see this exhibit on my last day in Tokyo and had forgotten to buy tickets in advanced. I did a quick google search and found same day tickets. We made the mistake of going too early so we killed time in Odaiba before rejoining the queue around 4-5pm when the line moved faster. Although there were a lot of people inside, you could still enjoy the amazing digital art in the 10,000sqft area. Really great for families with toddlers/kids, good area upstairs for them to run around and burn off energy!

Tokyo: Digital Art Museum teamLab Borderless Entry Reviewed by Anonymous, 07/25/2019

Enjoy the view from the top (if the weather permits)

We were lucky and went up on a sunny day. The fact that we could chose within 3 days from the booking date also helped us. Get the vouchers exchanged was easy enough and the view itself was of course very nice (350m). We did not go all the way up (450m), as some of the reviewers already mentioned that it would not be worth the additional fee. The glass bottom was not really that exciting, as the tiles/area was too small, but some people were actually too scared to walk over it.

Tokyo Skytree Admission Ticket Reviewed by Martin, 05/20/2019

Some attractions are only enjoyable for Japanese people

All in all beautiful and enjoyable, yet we spend waay to long in lines for attentions that were not enjoyable for English speaking people as we could not understand it. Here I am specifically thinking of the magic show that was not enjoyable for English speaking people. I also think the sub marines where not specified what it really was, yet me and my boyfriend both 22 really enjoyed it!

Tokyo: DisneySea 1 Day Admission Ticket Reviewed by Sascha, 07/29/2019

I had a great time, but it was a group ticket

TThe meeting point was closer to the station but I didn’t come from the station so I had to walk quite a long way to get it, great tickets but I think would be better if the REAL ticket was electronic. Also the ticket says “Group ticket” so I guess the company earned profit through that way

Tokyo: Disneyland 1 Day Admission Ticket Reviewed by Anonymous, 08/05/2019