Tokyo has several observation decks scattered throughout the city. The three most famous are Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo City View in the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, but all offer spectacular views of the capital. Daylight lets you take in the sheer vastness of the urban sprawl that is Greater Tokyo, while night offers a landscape of a twinkling metropolis that cannot be beaten. Moreover, there are many bars and restaurants at the top of Tokyo’s many office blocks where you can take in the city at night over a cocktail or two.
Also, no Tokyo viewing platform guide would be complete without mention of I-Link Town in Ichikawa. It is in fact located in neighboring Chiba prefecture, but on clear days treats visitors to the most iconic view of Tokyo city with Mount Fuji looming in the background.