Do you wanna find out some fun stuffs after sunset? Yes, there are so many things of course! After sunset, the …

Do you wanna find out some fun stuffs after sunset? Yes, there are so many things of course! After sunset, there is no lack of activities to enjoy in Tokyo. Sight-seeing, partying, dining or just chilling out, there is always something for everyone to do. Here are some recommended activities!

As dusk falls, the sprawling metropolis of Tokyo transforms into a city of bright lights. Many observation decks in towers and tall buildings open until around 22:00, providing great vantage points for lovely night views. Recommended observation decks are those at the Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and Sunshine 60 in the Ikebukuro district.


In addition, several skyscrapers house restaurants on their top floors from where diners can simultaneously enjoy good food and good views of the city. Although usually on the high-end side, top floor restaurants are an especially good way of seeing the city views at night, after other observation decks close. Some notable districts where top floor restaurants are common include Marunouchi, Shiodome and Shinjuku.

Another unique and spectacular way to enjoy the night scenery is to take a helicopter ride over the city. You can have look wonderful Tokyo neon!


Tokyo Dome City also offers a night pass for its attractions after 17:00. The attractions operate until 21:00 and a discounted night pass is available. Another destination to consider is Tokyo Joypolis at Odaiba, an indoor amusement park that is open daily until 23:00.

An evening stroll on the streets of Tokyo could be a great way to see the city after dusk. The temple precincts of Sensoji at Asakusa are charming at night with dimly illuminated lanterns. The main hall closes at 17:00, but the temple grounds are always open and are popular among tourists at night.


Those looking for a quiet moment may consider the waterfront area of Odaiba, which presents an opportunity for a nice walk in the sea breeze, with views of the illuminated Rainbow Bridge. Those looking for some vibrancy in the night but are not interested in clubs or pubs can still walk through the streets of Shinjuku, Ginza or Shibuya and enjoy the myriad of neon lights.

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