To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the opening of Tokyo Skytree, Kabuki actor Ebizo Ichikawa performed "Nirami" at the top of 634 meters above the ground, which was opened for the first time after opening.

Tokyo Skytree, located in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, celebrated its 10th anniversary on the 22nd.

The Tokyo Sky Tree has two observatories named "Tembo Deck" at a height of 350 meters and "Tembo Corridor" at a height of 450 meters, making it a tourist attraction in Tokyo.

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the opening, the summit, which is 634 meters above the ground, was opened to the press for the first time since the opening on the 22nd.

A special stage-like platform was set up on the top of a circle with a diameter of 16 meters, and Kabuki actor Ebizo Ichikawa appeared.

Mr. Ebizo said, "I will take a look at the glare with the thought of world peace, the convergence of the Korona-ka, and the disasters of all those who face difficulties."

Then, he showed off "Nirami", which is said to be the true value of Ebizo's art, which protects against evil by stepping on one foot and glaring powerfully.

This situation was broadcast at a commemorative ceremony held in the facility.