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Chubu Electric Power MIRAI TOWER (Nagoya TV Tower)
The Nagoya TV Tower (180 meters high), standing in Hisaya Odori Park in Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, was completed in 1954 and was the first concentrated radio tower in Japan.The construction was done entirely by hand since there was no equipment available for the project, so it was designated as a registered tangible cultural property by the government in recognition of its more than 50 years of history.With the end of analog TV broadcasting in 2011, the tower ceased to play a role as a radio tower, but it is now a symbol of the city as a sightseeing spot. The Sky Deck, 90 meters above the ground, and the outdoor Sky Balcony, 100 meters above the ground, offer scenic views.
3-6-15 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
[General admission fee] Adults: 700 yen, Senior high school / University students: 600 yen, Elementary / Junior-high school students: 300 yen, seniors (65 years old and over): 600 yen [Nighttime entrance fee (during events)] Adults (Senior high school students and above): 1000 yen, Children (Elementary and Junior-high school students): 500 yen * For the latest information, check the official website in advance.
[April to December] 10:00 - 22:00 [January to March] 10:00 - 21:00 * For the latest information, check the official website in advance.
Twice a year, closed due to equipment inspection* For the latest information, check the official website in advance.
■Get off at "Sakae Station" on the Subway Meijo Line or Higashiyama Line. Take Exit 3 or 4 and walk for about 3 minutes.■Get off at "Hisaya Odori Station" on the subway Meijo Line or Sakuradori Line, exit at the south ticket gate, and walk up the stairs to Exit 4B
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