When it comes to Tokyo’s top attractions for international tourists, one cannot overlook the enchanting traditional neighborhood of Asakusa, along with the awe-inspiring Tokyo SkytreeⓇ, the epitome of cutting-edge technology.

Rising to an impressive height of 634 meters, Tokyo Skytree proudly holds the esteemed title of the “tallest tower in the world,” as certified by the Guinness World Records. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, the area surrounding Tokyo Skytree has continued to flourish, brimming with new shops and exciting tourist spots.

We join Ryuuu TV’s dynamic duo as they venture into the hidden facets of Tokyo Skytree and introduce you to the newly established hotspots in this highly anticipated area. Prepare to be amazed as we unveil the latest developments that have made Tokyo Skytree even more captivating in recent years. Get ready for an insider’s journey into the dynamic and ever-evolving world of Tokyo Skytree!

Introducing the Popular Creators of Ryuuu TV: Ryu & Yuma – Loved in Taiwan and Hong Kong!

Meet Ryu, a Malaysian native who graduated from a Japanese university, and Yuma, a Japanese local with experience studying in Taiwan. As a couple, they explore and share captivating information about intriguing spots, delectable cuisine, unforgettable experiences, and remarkable journeys in Japan, all under the theme of “Japan’s captivating culture and hidden gems that are not easily found through research.”

Their content is primarily disseminated in Chinese on Ryuuu TV, where they offer a fresh and distinctive take on Japan.

With over 1.82 million subscribers on YouTube (as of June 2023), Ryuuu TV has become one of the most popular creators among youth in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

“Although we have visited Skytree several times before, the idea of being able to explore normally off-limits areas this time is incredibly exciting!” exclaimed Ryu. Yuma added, “We’ve heard that many new attractions have emerged since before the pandemic, so we’ve been eagerly looking forward to it.”

Did You Know? Surprising Facts About Tokyo Skytree and Area Highlights

Tokyo Skytree, the world’s tallest freestanding broadcasting tower, opened its doors on May 22, 2012. Soaring to a height of 634 meters (referred to as ‘Musashi’ in Japanese), it proudly stands as Japan’s tallest structure.

With the first observation deck located at 350 meters and the second at 450 meters, this spot offers an unrivaled view of Tokyo from the highest vantage point in the country. As a result, it attracts not only visitors from all …

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