This year marks 60 years since the Tokyo Tower opened in 1958.
Since its opening, the remarkably beautiful female attendants who wore uniforms designed to reflect
the historical background or fashion of that era were admired for their work.
It is no exaggeration to say that the female employee uniforms are part of the identity of the Tokyo Tower.
To commemorate the "60th Anniversary," historical photos have been newly reviewed to create reproductions!
The first-ever "Tokyo Tower 60th Anniversary Commemoration Exhibition of Uniforms Throughout History" will feature currently worn winter uniforms and winter
uniforms from the storage reserves with a total of 13 outfits on display!
Please come and experience the 60-year history of the Tokyo Tower soon.
●Duration: from December 15th, 2018 (Sat) to January 14th, 2019 (Mon, public holiday)
*Closed January 8th (Tue) - January 9th (Wed)
●Opening hours: 9:00 - 23:00
●Location: Foot Town 1st Floor Welcome Lounge
●Contents: An exhibition of 13 female attendant uniforms throughout history from 1958 to 2018
(9 reproductions, 3 from storage reserves, and 1 current uniform)
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