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The Most Spectacular View of Tokyo, Japan is Surprisingly Not in Tokyo

Where to Find the Best View of Tokyo

Well, I love the observation deck in Landmark Tower. It is in Yokohama (10 minutes walk on electric walkways) from Sakuragicho station one stop after Yokohama station but it is the second highest building in Japan and has a great observatory floor. The Royal Park Hotel in the building has great restaurants and the H&M store in the plaza shopping area is huge. The Christmas decorations are also lovely, and Hard Rock Cafe Yokohama sits just between Landmark Tower and the adjacent building. Have fun and enjoy the lovely and romantic view.

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