Monday, December 15, 2014

TOKYO SKYTREE.

 Tokyo Skytree ,the world tallest broadcasting tower opened on May, 22nd in 2012.


 We took photos from Asakusa at first,then went to the observatory floor in Tokyo Skytree.


Tokyo Skytree.


Asakusa railroad station.



Komagatabashi Bridge.


Tokyo Skytree.


Tokyo night scene.








Komagatabashi Bridge.


Sakurabashi Bridge.


Closing up.

Thanks for visiting this post.








50 comments:

  1. What a lovely night view from the Sky Tree!

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  2. Love your nighttime city shots! And great close up photo of the Skytree!

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  3. I cannot wait to visit Tokyo someday. It is so happening and so much to see for tourists like me. The city view looks like a lighted computer chipboard! The Sakurabashi Bridge is so unique and nice at night with its split curves.

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      Thank you very much for your comment. I hope you will come to Japan in some future.

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  4. Beautiful night photos Minoru...as well as your city...well done...

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  5. Lovely night scene.. I like the tower lit up at night, it is pretty. Gorgeous series of photos. Have a happy week!

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  6. Beautiful photography and love the night ones ~ Lovely!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  7. beautiful shots. i'm so used to seeing nature landscape from you but this urban jungle landscape is equally beautiful. thanks for sharing.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  8. Great city, Minoru and great photos. 9 and 10 are fantastic !!
    I share in G +;))
    a hug.

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  9. That is quite a tower you have there. the photos of your city at night are amazing.

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  10. 東京スカイツリー 行きました。最上階まで登りました。入場券が高過ぎるのではと内心思いました。夜ではなく昼間だったのですが、この写真を見て、暗くなってから行けば良かったなと感じています。非常に美しい夜景ですね。 やはり携帯よりも、ちゃんとしたカメラで撮りたい眺めだと思います。 楽しかった日本の旅が懐かしいです。

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    1. Dear Akemi sama.
      こんばんは。 混雑する時期を見送って、ようやく行きました。 あいにくの曇り空でしたが、夜景は良く見えました。
       もう懐かしいと思われる様になってしまいましたか。時の流れは早いですね。

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  11. Fotos surpreendentes e belas. Amei conhecer
    Um abraço

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  12. That's so beautiful Minoru! :)

    I was looking for English websites that writes about Japan coz we're visiting next year. It's so hard to get English content (except for RocketNews24 - not sure that counts) and unfortunately, I can't read Japanese although I can understand a limited amount of words.

    Your photos are beautiful and I love reading your posts - it has so much to offer, I can plan our destinations more clearly thanks to you. Cheers!

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      Thank you very much for your comment. I hope you will enjoy days in Japan.

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  13. Those nighttime shots from the Skytree are amazing!

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  14. Wow....great shots and making me excited for my better half planning to go Japan next year.

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  16. Olá amiga, hoje quero agradecer a Deus pelo dom da sua vida, e desejar a você e sua família
    um feliz e santo Natal, cheio de saúde e alegria!!!
    Que seu coração esteja preparado para receber o Menino Deus!!!
    Um grande abraço, Marie.

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  17. Gorgeous shots - love that bridge in the last one.

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  19. 大都会東京の夜は星たちも負けてしまうような光の海ですね。川と橋の写っているのが好きです。スカイツリーの高さは634メートルですね?ドイツ人の友人から昔の「武蔵」の国だから634だと聞きました。日本人なのにその時までは知りませんでした。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
       おはようございます。ありがとうございます。「川は分かち、橋は結ぶ」という言葉がありました。当初の計画では610mでしたが、曲折があって、武蔵の国の語呂合わせで、634m になったそうです。

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  20. The serie is so cool ! What a view on the city ! I'm very fond of the close-up to, on that cross shape bridge of light... So remarquable.

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  22. Wonderful pictures from that gorgeous town !

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  23. Bonita série de fotos!
    Boa semana!

    °。✿⊱。。

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  24. Minoru, these are exceptional photos, I like them very much! Tokyo seems to be a great city!

    Thank you for visiting my blog and taking time to comment, I really appreciate it! Also thank you for offering help - I hope I can visit Japan one day! Same here - if you come to Germany, please do get in touch, I'll be happy to show you around. We live in the Western part, near Cologne and the Rhine, did you see that at your last visit, too?

    I assume you don't really celebrate Christmas in Japan, but anyway, happy holidays and all the best!

    Ioana

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    1. Dear Ioana.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I visitted Cologne Cathedral and Lorelei,A rock in the Rheine a few decades ago. But I forgot most of them. Wishing you a nice Christmas season.

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  25. Wonderful pictures.
    The span of the Komagatabashi Bridge is really wide.

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