Since I went with my friends, the set ticket was discounted by a total of 800 yen! Even though it was a weekday, I was lined up to buy 5 or 6 sets of tickets, but I was glad that I could easily issue tickets by simply holding the QR code over the machine with a Web ticket, and I could put them in smoothly without lining up! There were not a few people, but I was able to go with peace of mind because the corona insurance was included free of charge. On the observatory deck, you can walk on the glass and get a 360-degree view of Tokyo from the glass windows, which gives you an overwhelmingly extraordinary feeling! Above all, there is a photo service on each floor and you can get one small photo for free, so that alone will be a memorable one. I don't urge you to make a forcible purchase, so you can easily decline it, and if you want to purchase it, you can save it on your mobile phone with a large photo and data for 1500 yen, so I thought it was a good deal! In the observation corridor, unlike the deck, the structure of the building is slope-shaped, and you can take pictures with a new sensation. I am very happy to be able to take beautiful pictures in the observation corridor, even if the pictures tend to be backlit on the lower floors!