The One about Nagoya TV Tower

In 1954, the Nagoya TV Tower was completed.  Located in the center of Hisaya Odori Park, the Nagoya TV Tower is considered the oldest TV Tower in Japan.

Nagoya TV Tower is 590 feet high and has two observation decks (Indoor Sky Deck and the Sky Balcony) and is a popular place to visit thanks to its illuminating lights during the night.

The first day Nagoya TV Tower opened (photo source: Nagoya TV Tower’s Facebook Page)
Source: Nagoya TV Tower Facebook Page

Going to the Nagoya TV Tower, the first floor features the Tower Square, the fourth floor is the Park Banquet, 90 meters up is the Sky Deck, 100 meters up is the Sky Balcony.

The Nagoya TV Tower opens at 10:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. for daytime prices and from 19:00 to 22:00 for night time prices.

Daytime prices are typically 700 yen for adults, 600 yen for college/high school students and 300 yen for elementary students.  Senior citizens cost 500 yen.  There are discounts for the disabled ranging from 150-300 yen.

Nighttime prices are 1000 yen for adults and 500 yen for elementary and junior high students.

If you are in Nagoya, definitely give Nagoya TV Tower a chance!