Fuji TV Building is one of the most representative buildings on the stage. You can see a big round metal sphere at the top of the building from a long distance. It is a 25-storey viewing platform with a diameter of 32 meters. It is made of titanium alloy and named "Hachitama". The ball watchroom weighing more than 1200 tons was originally moved to its present position by a very special method and in a complete spherical state. Take the elevator to the seventh floor platform and buy tickets to the 25 floor viewing platform. Tickets to the 25-storey sightseeing tower are 550 yen. Tickets for Japanese attractions are relatively cheap. In the golden circular viewing platform, you can see the scenery of Tokyo Bay and famous landmark buildings in Tokyo, such as Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Clear Sky Tower. Unfortunately, the viewing platform does not provide meals. Walk from 25 floors to 24 floors of view corridor, which is about 100 meters long, and then take the elevator downstairs.
Fuji TV is one of the five major private TV stations in Japan. It is famous for providing high quality TV series, long animation and entertainment programs all the year round. At present, Fuji Television has opened some areas for free visits to the public, including internal museums, air courtyards and theme shops and restaurants for various popular works. Tickets can also be purchased to board the outlook of the ball. If you are a fan of The Pirate King, you must not miss the sea here.
It's worth a turn. Take the Lily Seagull and get off at the station. Walk for five minutes, just behind the AQUACITY shopping mall. The sphere on the 25th floor needs tickets, 500 yen, and other open areas are free to visit. The mascot was a blue puppy, who at first thought it was Snoopy, and was laughed at by friends. Pirate King, Seven Dragon Balls and Cherry Pills are well-known animated characters with their own display areas.
Fuji TV Station is one of the five major private TV stations in Japan. It is famous for providing high-quality TV plays, long animations and entertainment programs all year round. There are many animations sold around it, as well as various exhibitions, which make us dazzled. We can also see the panorama of the city here.
Fuji TV is a good landmark building. It's worth visiting. Sometimes there are some limited and inexpensive stores in the neighborhood opposite. The location is very good. I follow the map, but I have a bad sense of direction, I almost missed it, and I have enthusiastic tourists to show me the way.