Please note in advance that information on the light up calendar may be changed without notice due to circumstances.
Tokyo Tower temporary turns off at 8PM under the declaration of a state of emergency.
This is the standard light-up illuminating Tokyo Tower with 180 lights that make it stand out.
There are two different patterns, the "Summer Version" and the "Winter Version," and silver lights called "metal-halide lamps" are used in the summer. The distinctive impression of the white lights is reminiscent of a cool breeze, and the light-up switches to the summer version on July 7th, a holiday called Tanabata in Japan, every year.
In the winter, lights called "high-pressure sodium lamps" with a warm orange tone are used.
The light-up switches over to the winter version in early October every year.
The "New Light-Up for the Reiwa Era" was launched in 2019.
There are 268 LED lights set up on 17 floors which can all be controlled individually and produce an endless range of light colors and patterns.
The light-up runs on Monday every week, with 12 different colors used depending on the month.
The color design also changes every hour.
For seasons and special events, themes will be expressed with the lights.
From sunrise to 11:00 p.m., "Kirameki" runs for 3 minutes every hour on the hour.
The "Diamond Tiara" is placed in the upper section of the Top Deck (250 m observation deck), and the "Diamond Choker" is in the upper section of the Main Deck (150 m observation deck), and both of them light up in a sparkling pure white for 3 minutes.
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