Opening hours

The opening time for stores is as follows.Entire building: 10:00 to 21:00 (However, the 6F / 7F and 30F / 31F restaurant floors are open from 11:00 to 23:00). The opening hours differ for some stores.

Address

1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0045

Transportation access
  • TOBU SKYTREE Line
    Directly connected to Tokyo Skytree Station
  • TOBU SKYTREE Line,Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line,TOEI Asakusa Line
    Directly connected to Oshiage Station

How to Enjoy
Tokyo Solamachi

What is Tokyo Solamachi?

Tokyo Solamachi is a shopping complex within Tokyo SKYTREE TOWN, home to the world's tallest tower, Tokyo SKYTREE. Enjoy more than 300 shops and restaurants in the shopping area as well as an aquarium, a planetarium, a museum, and all kinds of entertainment. Since you can visit on foot from Asakusa, enjoying Solamachi along with sightseeing in Asakusa has become a popular sightseeing course.

Recommended Areas in Tokyo Solamachi

01

TOKYO SKYTREE

When you come to Tokyo SKYTREE TOWN, first climb up Tokyo SKYTREE. The 4th floor of Tokyo Solamachi is the entrance floor for Tokyo SKYTREE.

Tokyo SKYTREE is 634 meters high. This landmark of Japan is the tallest radio tower in the world. There are observatories at 350 meters and 450 meters that not only offer sweeping views of Tokyo on a sunny day but offer views of Mount Fuji as well. At night, the tower is lit up, making the view from the bottom incredible as well! If you come here, you’ll want to go up SKYTREE.

When it’s crowded, we recommend a stroll through the third and fourth floors of Tokyo Solamachi!
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Tokyo Solamachi 3F

Solamachi Tabe-Terrace, a casual and delicious food court. We have a wide variety of restaurants from Japanese, Western, and Chinese to desserts. Perfect for lunch, dinner, or just a short break.

There are tons of trivia on the third floor of Tokyo Solamachi! Can you find them all?

Tokyo Solamachi Trivia
  • The brick wall.

    The words for “hello” and “thank you” in different languages are carved into the brick wall on the third floor. This column says "HOI". This means "hello" in Dutch. How the bricks are stacked follows the traditional techniques of each country. There are a total of five-word carvings. Can you find them all?

  • Mysterious marks that were written on the floor!?

    In fact, these are train rails. Old rails used for the beams on the platform of Tokyo Skytree station have been sliced thin and embedded into the floor.

  • The secret of the mural

    The mural on the wall of the third floor contains clothing featuring Sorakara-Chan, the official character of Tokyo SKYTREE! Did you notice the person on top of Tokyo SKYTREE?

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4F: Japanese souvenirs that let you feel Japanese culture

A floor that brings together specialty shops dedicated to the “now” of Japan. Columns and beams are used to resemble the kind of old shops found long ago in the towns of Edo. Here, you’ll definitely find a wonderful Japanese souvenir!

04 ~ Other Entertainment ~
Sumida Aquarium, Fun for All Ages

SUMIDA AQUARIUM

Sumida Aquarium is popular for its unique exhibition style. With a variety of programs and events to help you get to know these water creatures, children and adults alike can enjoy this aquarium.

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    The highlight is the Penguin Area, teeming with penguins. Since the penguins are so close, you can observe their facial expressions and how they look going about their daily lives.
A Moment of Healing at Planetarium "TENKU"

KONICA MINOLTA PLANETRIUM "TENKU"

Enjoy an immersive starry sky through light and sound production. Experience a moment of healing with our Healing Program, which uses aromas in its production.

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    All seats recline, letting you relax and enjoy the show. In the three exclusive “Crescent Moon Seats”, take a seat on a crescent moon as you gaze at the starry skies. Spend a special moment encompassed by the starry skies.
A Ball Pool Hot Spring?!

tokyokodomoku kodomonoyu shijyousaidaikyuu no bo-ru pu-ru onsen

A facility for children built on the theme of an old-fashioned bathhouse. This is the largest ball pool ever, with 88,000 balls.

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    With flowing balls and glowing balls, there are all kinds of fun gimmicks. Here you can let children who’ve gotten sick of shopping play to their heart’s content. There are also candy and snack sales and shooting games that parents and children can enjoy together.

Tons of Dining at Tokyo Solamachi

Bringing Together Local Dining From Across Japan

Solamachi Dining

The main dining area of Tokyo Solamachi is located on the 6th and 7th floors of the East Yard. This area brings together local dining from across Japan, including okonomiyaki from Osaka and hitsumabushi from Nagoya. Enjoy travelling to Japan in Tokyo Solamachi!

Enjoy dining and views from the upper floors

Solamachi Dining SKYTREE VIEW

Enjoy your meal as you take in views of Tokyo SKYTREE up close at Solamachi Dining SKYTREE VIEW, about 150 meters aboveground. Enjoy a marvelous time in a vast, sophisticated space.

A Collection of Popular Characters!

A total of 17 shops! Character merchandise to delight children and adults alike

There are many other shops and events within Tokyo Solamachi.
Find a shop where you can create memories of your journey.

TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN LINK

Enjoy Tokyo Solamachi at a great deal with your same-day admission ticket!

Tokyo SKYTREE™ Sumida Aquarium Konica Minolta Planetarium “TENKU” at Tokyo Solamachi We offer a “Ticket Deal Service” where visitors to SKYTREE TOWN can receive special offers by presenting their same-day admission ticket!

Set your mind at ease, even if you have heavy luggage! Information on temporary luggage storage locations

Luggage can be stowed for 500 yen per item at the luggage storage locations, letting you enjoy your time at Tokyo SKYTREE TOWN without getting weighed down. We also offer overseas shipping for souvenirs and same-day delivery to Tokyo Station, Asakusa, Haneda Airport, Narita Airport, and hotels in the 23 wards of Tokyo.

Location
1F Block 7

SAGAWA EXPRESS Baggage Delivery & Storage Service