VR experience and useful information.
I'm going to introduce how to enjoy "SKY View 123" on the top floor of the observation deck!

Hello! I 'm a sky attendant. Fukuoka Tower has just reopened in February 2019, celebrating its 30th anniversary, but in response to the voice saying "I want to know more about what has changed!", I will tell you how to enjoy Fukuoka Tower in this series. I will ♪

Experience the world of height 123 meters!
The latest VR binoculars for enjoying an aerial walk over the Fukuoka city.

Firstly I'm going to introduce, the "SKY View (Sky View) 123" located on the top floor of the Fukuoka Tower observation deck.

As the name implies, this floor, which is height of 123 meters above the ground, has the best view. It is the best location where you can enjoy not only Hakata Bay which the sun shines brightly, but also the cityscape of Fukuoka and even the sunset and night view in the evening and night.

This is the most popular thing at the "SKY View 123"!

"SKY Walk 123 steps" (3 minutes each time) 300 yen

It is VR binoculars "SKY Walk 123"!

Did you think "The binoculars are just to look out the view"? These are not just normal binoculars. They are “VR binoculars” By the latest technology, you can feel as if you are taking a walk in the air over the city of Fukuoka. (≧ ◡ ≦).

Look at this!

A realistic view appears in front of you! You can look out over the city of Fukuoka from a height of 123 meters. If you use the controller at hand, you can instantly move to the place you want to go as if you are flying in the sky.

The experience using the latest technology is very popular with children, but I often see dads and moms also get so excited about it. It is hard to let you know the realistic feeling just with the photo. So I definitely want you to try this when you come to Fukuoka Tower. (.ò ∀ ó.)

Actually, the scenery shown on these binoculars was taken by flying a drone to the height of 123 meters at 12 points around Fukuoka Tower, such as Maizuru Park, Nokonoshima Island Park, Iki Park etc. That's why it's so realistic, but it's so realistic that people with a fear of heights should be careful!

A hidden method to receive a discount at Sky Cafe!
Search for tourist spots and get stamps.

After you enjoy "SKY Walk 123 steps", I recommend you to get this "Stamp Rally Card" before you walk around the floor!

The six spots are introduced on the card. All these spots can actually be seen from this observatory floor. Well, I found Nokonoshima Island, one of the sightseeing spots on the card. Nokonoshima Island is a place where you can enjoy seasonal flowers and feel relaxed!

If you find one, put the stamp on the card!

Please pay attention to the cute stamps that represent the characteristics of each sightseeing spot! If you collect six, you can receive a discount at the Sky Cafe on the second floor of the observation deck.. The cafe is surrounded by glass windows and recommended for dates ♡

Enjoy the 24-hour time-lapse scenery from Fukuoka Tower

The last one I want to show you is Fukuoka Panorama!

Views from Fukuoka Tower are beautiful not only on sunny days, but also for sunsets and night views. However, depending on the day and time you visit, you may not be able to see the night view or it can be raining.

This "Fukuoka panorama" shows you a 24-hour view from Fukuoka Tower in a 4 minutes video. Enjoy the beautiful view of the city and the sea at night and daytime, while comparing it with the actual scenery. There are also beautiful images of the morning glow that you can't usually see, so please check it out. (* ^^ *) ノ

How was it? This time, we introduced popular spots on the Observation 3F "SKY View 123". You cannot only enjoy the VR experience and Stamp Rally, but also look out the view over the sea and city. You will find yourself being so relaxed with the view. Please find the best way to spend your time here.

Next time, I would like to introduce "SKY Play 116" on the first floor of the observation deck! Please look forward to it.

Read the article about SKY Play116

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