Ten VTubers will be taking over Tokyo Skytree for a Hololive holiday! Starting later this month, your YouTube favorites will be hosting events, photo ops, collab cafés, gift shops, and more at the landmark. Get a first look after the jump!
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be taking over the world's tallest tower through to the end of January, with Demon Slayer photo spots, events, and more inside Tokyo Tower, and outside being illuminated with colors from the franchise, Set your own heart ablaze after the jump!
A shocking new visual was released today showing Evangelion's Unit 01 about to punch the tallest landmark in Japan, Tokyo Skytree. The visual was released alongside the announcement that the landmark will be holding a collaboration event where you'll be able to take photos with your favorite characters at one of the highest points in Japan. Learn more after the jump!
Be in the middle of the action when the Titans breach the wall! Attack on Titan in the Dome -Soldiers' Starry Sky- is a special planetarium presentation that combines beautiful and realistic night sky projections with the terror of Titan attacks. Hit the jump to find out where and when to see it!
Japan loves Rascal the Raccoon, even 40 years later -- and the anniversary festivities are still rolling! Starting this month, the cuddly critter will be taking over Tokyo Skytree with shop collaborations, a special cafe, and visits from Rascal himself. Hit the jump to find out more!
When nothing new is happening at the full scale Odaiba Gundam statue, videographer darwinfish seems to turn his attention to capturing time lapses from the Tokyo Skytree - the 634 meter heigh second tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa. See his stunning new shots from the observation deck after the jump.
With the full-scale Gundam statue reconstructed and opened to the public, videographer darwinfish has turned his attention to capturing time lapses of the Tokyo Skytree. See that and a mecha-themed size chart past the jump.
The opening of the Tokyo Skytree, located in Sumida Ward's Tokyo Skytree Town, attracted 200,000 visitors eager to check out the impressive new landmark. While the Tokyo Skytree may not actually be the world's tallest structure, the broadcast tower still looms at an impressive 634 meters. Read on for more.