To celebrate Children's Day, a part of Golden Week, Tokyo Tower is getting a head start on the tradition of koinobori (鯉のぼり), or carp-shaped windsocks. Representing the 333 meter height of the tower, 333 bright fishy banners are hung to blow in the wind, now a yearly practice at this Tokyo landmark. In recent years, Tokyo Tower has included a six-meter saury-shaped sanma-nobori (さんまのぼり) alongside the 333 carp, a tribute to the recovery of the Tohoku region. The view is great even from the ground, so whether you want to go up to the observation deck is up to you.
|Event Name||Tokyo Tower Koi Nobori (333 Carp Streamers)|
|Dates||Mar 25, 2021 - May 09, 2021
|Address||4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo|
|Venue Name||Tokyo Tower (東京タワー)|