Watching the city change while the sun goes down is an interesting thing to see. Everything goes from light to dark, while all the lights turn on. I was in the Sky Garden at Landmark Tower when the sun was setting, and this was a great opportunity for some pictures. Enjoy the photos!
Looking toward Queen's Square and the Grand Intercontinental Hotel at Minatomirai.
Here's Cosmo World with the big ferris wheel and Aka-Renga area.
There are plenty of new condo buildings here, as well as Pacifico Yokohama and Rinko Park.
This is looking toward Yokohama Station.
Looking west over Yokohama, toward Minami Ward.
Down there is Sakuragicho Station and the new TOC Minatomirai building. It's starting to get darker out.
Here's the harbour area. More lights are coming on.
Looking south toward the Kannai area.
This big blue tunnel of lights was part of a lovers event in Landmark Tower.
Now that the sun has set, we revisit the Yokohama Station view.
And finally, the same view as the first picture. I like both day and night views.
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On the same day that I visited Ueno Zoo, I went to Tokyo Tower. It was nighttime, so there would be great night views of Tokyo. Tokyo Tower is located in Minato Ward, near Roppongi, Azabu Juban, and many embassies. Tokyo Tower is 333 metres tall, and is a larger replica of the Eiffel Tower. It’s painted orange and white according to aviation laws. It’s a TV antenna, but with the analog terrestrial TV broadcast signals ending next month, Tokyo Sky Tree is taking over for digital broadcasts. There are two observation levels in Tokyo Tower. The pictures below taken from the tower are on the lower deck. Enjoy!
Tokyo Tower is brightly lit at night in this picture from down the street.
Looking way up in this closeup.
Looking way up! This is right at the bottom of the tower.
Tokyo looks great at night.
Lots of tall buildings.
Here's another view.
Sorry, this one was a bit blurry.
In Tokyo Tower, there's a window looking straight down. Can you do it?
Tokyo Tower isn’t hard to find. It’s really tall. But here’s a map of the area:
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Just two more quick pictures. I had some more pictures I was going to post, but they aren’t very useful. But these pictures show the same views I showed earlier, but at night.
This is a night view of Sugita in 2005 toward Yokohama Port
Here's another night view of Sugita in 2005 from my apartment