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NEW: Tokyo Skytree Now Has A Prayer Room, Perfect For Your Trip When Borders Reopen

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Faruq Senin  •  Apr 04, 2021

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Japan has not opened its borders to leisure travellers yet but we know you're probably longing to visit the amazing country. Some of the things we love about Japan is its variety of halal food options and Muslim-friendly amenities. If the Tokyo Skytree is on your bucket list, we've got great news! There's now a prayer room at Tokyo Skytree so you can do your prayers while visiting the stunning attraction 😍
Credit: food diversity According to food diversity, the prayer room is conveniently located on the first floor of Solamachi (Tokyo Skytree Town). It's also located near the group ticket counter and the Skytree Shop. P.S. Planning to visit Mt Fuji? Check out Lake Kawaguchi's first-ever mosque!
Credit: food diversity There are also segregated prayer areas for men and women. As for wudhu, you can use the slippers provided and head to the nearest toilet. P.S. Planning to explore other parts of Japan? There's a beautiful region you should visit next. Find out more here!
At 634m, Tokyo Skytree offers a panoramic view of Tokyo’s skyline and you can spot the skyscrapers of Shinjuku from here! On a clear day, you might even be able tosee Mt Fuji. There are two observation decks located at 350m and 450m, where you can admire the city skyline from 2 different levels. Besides being a tourist attraction, the Tokyo Solamachi complex at the foot of Tokyo Skytree also has many shops and restaurants, as well as an aquarium and a planetarium. When the borders reopen, be sure to make a visit to Tokyo Skytree and check out its new prayer room! SHARE this with all your travel buddies 😊