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Attack On Skytree: The Attack On Titan experience at Tokyo Skytree.

 
On Saturday, 22nd of April we attended the Attack On Skytree collaboration event being held at the highest tower in the world (and second tallest structure, after Burj Khalifa), Tokyo Skytree.

Celebrating the second season of Attack On Titan/ 進撃の巨人/ Shingeki no Kyojin, the hit manga and anime series, Skytree hosted a dedicated gallery at the tallest deck, a gift shop and even an Attack On Titan cafe with a breathtaking view. On top of that, in the evenings they project a film on the actual glass of the lower deck, which you can see on my Facebook page.

It was a lot of fun and overall I enjoyed the experience. The downside was having to queue for more than 30 minutes for the cafe (only to find they already had sold out 1 of the 4 items in the menu), and the slightly expensive prices.

If you want to attend Attack On Skytree and you’d like to buy the tickets online, they will set you back 4,024¥ per person, taxes and internet charges included (that’s around USD 35$). It will be happening from April to July.

Are you an Attack on Titan fan? Have you visited Skytree?

Thank you so much for reading and hope you enjoy my pictures! Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram and never miss a Live Video (like the one I did at this event)!

 

 

One Comment

  • Jason Jowett

    I tried purchasing some online but I have to create and account with Japanese details. Can you purchase tickets on the day?

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