Sale of admission ticket for “Kyoto Tower New Year’s Day First Climb” limited to January 1, 2022

2021.12.28

On Saturday, January 1, 2022, we will hold the “Kyoto Tower New Year’s Day First Climb 2022” event where you can see the first sunrise from the Kyoto Tower Observatory 100 meters above the ground.
At this event, which is limited to the number of guests who have purchased advance tickets, you can enjoy visiting at “Tawawachan Shrine” in the observation room, “Tawawachan Ema” and “Tawawa Mikuji” at the same time as the first sunrise.

Kyoto Tower New Year's Day First Stream 2022 Event Overview

event date: January 1, 2022 (Sat / holiday)
part1: <Time> 6: 30-7: 30
<Price> Adults (junior high school students and above) 1,500 yen, elementary school students 800 yen, infants (3 years old and above) 150 yen
part2: <Time>8: 00-9: 00
<Price>Adults (junior high school students and above) 1,000 yen, elementary school students 600 yen, infants (3 years old and above) 150 yen
reception: Kyoto Tower Building G floor
* Please enter from the west entrance on the 1st floor of the Kyoto Tower Building.
TEL: 075-361-3215 (Weekdays 10: 00-17: 00)
Keihan Hotels & Resorts Co., Ltd. Tower Division

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* Some and two copies are sold only with the WEB ticket “asoview!”, Not sold at the hotel.
* Only advance tickets are available, and there are no same-day tickets.

Tawawachan Shrine

The highest “Tawawachan Shrine” in the city of Kyoto is located on the 5th floor of the Kyoto Tower Observatory, 100 meters above the ground.
We pray with all our hearts that the benefits of our prayers will be further enhanced, hoping for the fulfillment of the relationships of the various customers who came to the tower.

Of course, the god of “Tawawachan Shrine” is Tawawachan.
On both sides of Tawawa-chan, who shines golden, Yatagarasu from the Tawawa-chan family “Ah, Uh” is also there.

“Tawawa-chan Ema” in the shape of Tawawa-chan’s face is 300 yen, and Tawawa-chan’s fortune “Tawawa-chan” is 100 yen, which is a limited sale only at Tawawa-chan Shrine.
Please use it to commemorate your visit or to try your luck for the new year.
* The prayers and cleansing of “Tawawa-chan Ema” and “Tawamikuji” will be done by Kamo Goso Shrine (Shimogamo Shrine).

* All photos are images.
* All listed prices include consumption tax.
* It may not be possible to see the first sunrise depending on the weather.
* Advance tickets cannot be refunded.

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