Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

I was in Tokyo for three nights and four days only and before arriving there, had connected with another photographer who was a native of Tokyo, to do a photography tour of the city together. We met at the Starbucks near the famous Shibuya Crossing and took the metro to the Bunkyo Civic Center. The 466 feet tall civic center has an observation deck located on the 25th floor of the building that boasts a 330 degree panoramic view of Tokyo. Even though the observation deck is open to tourists and entry is free, it is very quiet and there no queues! The 6th to 24th floors are mainly used for offices for Bunkyo City. On a clear day, you can even see Mt. Fuji and Tokyo skyline together. It is located at 1-16-21 Kasuga, Bunkyo 112-0003, Tokyo Prefecture. It is a great spot to start your tour of Tokyo. You can stop at the LaQua Entertainment Park after visiting the Bunkyo Civic Center and enjoy a 260 feet tall roller-coaster ride. It is located right next to the building. 

 Tokyo panoramic view, Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Tokyo panoramic view, Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

 Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

 Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

Bunkyo Civic Center, Tokyo, Japan. Image©www.thingstodot.com.

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