Tokyo Sky Tree resumes business after three months New Corona impact May 29, 18:15

Due to the spread of new coronavirus infection, Tokyo Sky Tree, which was closed from March this year, will resume operations from the 1st of next month.

Tokyo Sky Tree in Sumida-ku, Tokyo, was temporarily closed from March this year to prevent infection with the new coronavirus, and it was originally planned to resume operations in two weeks, but it was extended.

It is the first time in three months since the operating company announced on the 29th that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has announced that it will move from the current "Step 1" to the next "Step 2" from the first day of next month. I decided to restart the business from the 1st of next month.

In addition to conducting temperature measurements for visitors, the management company requires visitors over elementary school age to wear masks.

In addition, the observatory that can accommodate up to 2000 people will be limited to 20 to 30% of the number of visitors, and for the time being, group reservations will not be accepted.

Tokyo Sky Tree is a popular tourist attraction that attracts approximately 12,000 tourists per day, and the operating company Tobu Tower Sky Tree says, "We are strengthening various infection control measures in consideration of safety. I would like you to come to the venue. "