In 2010 It became the tallest structure in Japan and reached its full height of 634.0 meters in March 2011.
Be prepared for a long wait in what seems like a never ending queue to get to the elevators. Don’t despair because it is well worth the wait, the view of Tokyo from the top is simply specular. Ticket cost is around 2,000 Yen and worth every penny. I believe if you pre book on-line the wait is much shorter.
The UK Telegraph reported that the 634-metre (2,080-foot) Tokyo Sky Tree is the world’s second-tallest structure behind the 828-metre (2,717-foot) Burj Khalifa in Dubai. I believe this is incorrect, it seems to come in at 6th or 7th in 2015. Anyhow it really doesn’t matter where it ranks because when you are at the top it is breathtaking.
Here is the link for my Tokyo photo blog.
Plus another for the Granbell Hotel in a perfect location in Shibuya.
Review by David Herd – www.fivestarvagabond.com