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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Tokyo Skytree?

    The price for luggage storage near Tokyo Skytree starts from just ¥450/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Tokyo Skytree?

    There are multiple locations in the Tokyo Skytree area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Shinjuku Station (新宿駅), Matsudo Station (松戸駅), and Kasukabe Station (春日部駅) and all over Tokyo.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Tokyo Skytree?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Tokyo Skytree.

  • Are there storage lockers near Tokyo Skytree?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Tokyo Skytree area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Tokyo Skytree and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Tokyo Skytree?

    Popular metro stations like Ginza Line Shimbashi Station (G08) (銀座線 新橋駅), Hibiya Line Akihabara Station (H16) (日比谷線 秋葉原駅), or Hibiya Station (日比谷駅) can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Tokyo near Tokyo Skytree, you may be close to some bus stations: Bus Terminal Tokyo Yaesu (バスターミナル東京八重洲), JR Expressway Bus Terminal (JR高速バスのりば), or Bus Terminal - Nihonbashi Gate (東京駅日本橋口バスターミナル). If traveling by train, Tokyo Station (東京駅), Ikebukuro Station (池袋駅), and Ueno Station (上野駅) are nearest to Tokyo Skytree.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Tokyo Skytree?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Tokyo Skytree are Conrad Tokyo (コンラッド東京), Grand Hyatt Tokyo (グランドハイアット東京), and The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo (ザ・リッツ・カールトン東京). When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Tokyo Skytree are Smart Stay SHIZUKU 上野駅前, CITAN, and Nui. Hostel & Bar Lounge.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Tokyo Skytree?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Tokyo Skytree are JR Akihabara Station (JR 秋葉原駅), Tokyo Big Sight (東京ビッグサイト (東京国際展示場)), and Shin-Kiba Station (新木場駅).

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Tokyo Skytree?

    Check out the nearby Ueno Park (上野恩賜公園), Meiji Jingu Gaien (明治神宮外苑), and Hibiya Park (日比谷公園).


About Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree (sometimes known as ‘Tokyo Sky Tree’) is a massive broadcasting tower right in the heart of Tokyo. At 2,080 feet high, the Skytree towers over the rest of the already impressive Tokyo skyline, making it one of the most prominent architectural feats in both Tokyo and Japan. It also boasts some of the most advanced earthquake-resistant technology engineering. Its architecture draws heavily from traditional Japanese aesthetics, especially the five-story pagoda. At night, the tower’s lighting apparatus displays illuminated light shows for the rest of the city to enjoy. The Skytree was completed in 2012 after years of construction and operates a television and radio broadcasting facility serving the Kanto region. 

While it’s a proper broadcasting facility, the developers were smart enough to incorporate entertainment features as well. Both locals and international tourists flock to the Tokyo Skytree, as it’s one of the tallest observation decks in the world. The Skytree’s height affords panoramic visitors views of the entire Tokyo skyline and on clear days you’ll enjoy wonderful views of Mount Fuji and Tokyo Bay. 

The Tokyo Solamachi complex is also an attraction in its own right, especially for luxury shoppers. The shopping center is far from just a place for souvenirs, as there are dozens of upscale boutiques lining the stylish. With 300 shops and restaurants, Solamachi stands out as one of Tokyo’s best malls. That’s truly impressive if you’re familiar with the vast shopping centers of the capital. That’s hardly it, either. There’s an aquarium, planetarium, and the "Tokyo Skytree Town" indoor theme park.

Tokyo Skytree bag policy 

Security is understandably pretty tight at the Tokyo Skytree, so there is a strict bag policy. The largest item permitted would be 9.8 inches x 14.2 inches x 6.7 inches, which certainly precludes all suitcases, heavy baggage, and larger items. Even a backpack is too big. Purses and fanny packs are permitted, but they’ll be subject to a security screening. It’s highly recommended that you drop the luggage off with Tokyo Skytree luggage storage service like Bounce before exploring, especially if you want to reach the observation deck before the crowds and lines form.

How much does Tokyo Skytree cost? 

You’ll have to purchase a ticket to gain access to the observation decks, but it’s well worth the price. You can purchase same-day tickets at the counter on the 4th floor, but it’s ideal to book in advance through Skytree’s website. You'll not only save money with advance tickets, but you'll also eliminate time waiting in line at the ticket counter. Space is limited at the observatories, and there will be a waiting period (especially on weekends and holidays), but it’s worth it. You’ll have a 30-minute time slot allotted. Tickets generally cost between $12 and $20 as prices vary by day of the week or holidays. 

Can I store my luggage at the Tokyo Skytree? 

Unfortunately, there aren’t luggage lockers or a cloakroom at the Tokyo Skytree observation deck. However, there are coin lockers at the base of the tower at the Tokyo Solamachi shopping complex. These are situated towards the entrance and will have signage pointing to the kiosk. It’s easy enough to pop into Solamachi on your way up to the Skytree. 

How much do coin lockers cost? 

Temporary storage is not terribly expensive to store your bags or belongings at the coin lockers at the Tokyo Skytree. The largest locker only costs $6 per day for luggage storage, while the smallest will cost $3 for storing a purse or some smaller belongings. These are also limited to opening hours, as you won't want your bag to be stored overnight by accident.

Where can I store luggage in Tokyo? 

You can always drop the bags off at the hotel for free, but this might be way out of the way, and you don’t want to waste precious time on your vacation with unnecessary trips to the hotel. Aside from hotels, transit facilities, and some attractions will offer coin lockers, but these aren't always reliable options.

A proper luggage storage service is ideal, and Tokyo’s best is Bounce. The Bounce luggage storage network partners with local businesses all over the world, especially in cities like Tokyo. Our luggage storage spots are located in restaurants, laundromats, convenience stores, and other shops. They tend to be in convenient locations near attractions like Tokyo Sky Tree. Bounce also offers premium features like 24/7 customer support and our helpful mobile app that makes it easy to find storage spots and book online.  

How to get to Tokyo Skytree


It’s fairly easy to reach the Tokyo Skytree and the Sumida ku area as it’s well-connected to the city’s vast public transportation network. It even has its own train station in the Tokyo Skytree Station located beneath the tower. The primary way to get there is via the Tobu Skytree Line, which runs from Tokyo Station. You can also reach Tokyo's Skytree Station from Oshiage Station on the Hanzomon Line. Additionally, the Tokyo Metro’s Hanzomon Line, which has stops at Oshiage Station and Asakusa Station, also stops here. 


The Tobu Bus and the Toei Bus all stop directly outside the Tokyo Skytree, but these are hardly the most efficient ways to get travel considering how fast the train is, and how buses have to contend with traffic. 

Taxi and rideshare

Taxis and rideshare services like Uber are the most convenient way to get here, but hardly the quickest. Tokyo’s traffic can be a bear, which is why its metro system is so useful. An average cab ride through central Tokyo can cost as much as $50. 


The Skytree Shuttle is extremely useful if you’re reading here from certain locations. It’s an inexpensive way to travel from Tokyo Station, Ueno-Asakusa Area, Haneda Airport, and even Tokyo Disney Resort. Prices range from $4 to $10 per ride, which is not bad when compared to the price of a cab ride. 

How to get to Tokyo Skytree Station from Haneda Airport

When in doubt, take the train in Tokyo. The quickest and most affordable way to get to Tokyo Skytree from Haneda Airport is to take the Toei Asakusa Line to Oshiage Station. It takes about 45 minutes to an hour, even with all the transfers. You won’t save much time by taking a cab, as it’ll take at least 40 minutes depending on traffic, and it’ll cost as much as $60 for the ride. 

Things to do near Tokyo Skytree

Sensō-ji Temple

The most revered temple in Tokyo is situated just a short walk from Skytree Tower. The Buddhist Senso-ji Temple is famous for its five-story pagoda and beautiful tranquil gardens that would be tranquil if not for the crowds of tourists and locals that flock to Senso-ji. It’s absolutely worth a visit, even if you’ll have to contend with a crowd. 

Sumida Hokusai Museum 

Most travelers aren't familiar with woodblock art, let alone the most legendary woodblock artists of all time. Even so, the renowned Hokusai Katsushika created the most revered woodblock art between 1760–1849, and much of it was done in Tokyo. This fascinating museum was set up in central Tokyo as a tribute to his cultural contributions to the city.

The artwork is all well and good, but the museum's magnificent architecture is what makes it a must-visit. The distinctive aluminum-clad building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Sejima Kazuyo and is impossible to miss from the street. You can either admire its facade from the street level or head inside to enjoy the comprehensive collection of Katsushika masterpieces for a small $6 admission fee.

Edo-Tokyo Museum

This is one of the best places to learn about Tokyo’s fascinating history. Looking around this vast metropolis, it’s unimaginable that throughout most of Japanese history, it wasn't the most important place in the country. Originally named Edo, the city’s unlikely rise to global prominence is detailed through dozens of permanent exhibits and collections of artifacts. You’ll get to admire the Edo Period architecture of the city and the regional culture of the people who lived there. The best part of the museum is the selection of model cities illustrating the evolution of Edo into Tokyo.

Luggage storage near Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree’s security measures along with its vast shopping and entertainment options make it difficult to head here with your luggage. If you’re trying to hit Skytree’s observation deck on a travel day (it makes for either the perfect introduction to the city or the perfect farewell), you’ll want to find a place to store the bags. Luckily, Bounce offers dozens of luggage storage spots near the centrally-located Skyree Tower. You’ll have an easy time finding the most convenient spot with the Bounce app. And with all of our useful features, your whole experience will be a breeze! 

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