Oct. 1 is Observation Day☆ 〔Ended〕

Oct. 1 is Observation Day☆

Besides the Goryokaku Tower, the members of the All-Japan Tower Association include Sapporo TV Tower, Tokyo Tower, and Tsutenkaku, totaling 20 observation towers and sightseeing towers nationwide. The Observation Day, which falls on October 1st, was created from the Japanese word “tenbou,” which means “observation” in English. The beginning sound of “tenbou” is ten, representing the tenth month, and “bou” sounds like “stick” in English, which resembles the number “1.”

Twenty member towers of the All-Japan Tower Association from around the country hold various events in celebration of the Observation Day.
Why not visit the Goryokaku Tower and other towers on this occasion?
We look forward to your visit.
*Illumination on a day before and the number of free gifts vary from tower to tower.

[2019] Events held at the Goryokaku Tower to celebrate Observation Day.

Only on Tuesday, October 1, the first 101 visitors who purchased an observation ticket will receive a free original adhesive plaster by the All-Japan Tower Association.
*Please note that the giveaway will end once all the supplies are distributed.

In addition, on a day before the Observation Day on Monday, September 30, the LED strip lights set up on the corners of the Goryokaku Tower Observation Deck will be lit in red color for one day only to celebrate the Observation Day.

Date
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Only on Tuesday, October 1, the first 101 visitors who purchased an observation ticket will receive a free original adhesive plaster by the All-Japan Tower Association.
*Please note that the giveaway will end once all the supplies are distributed.
Time
8:00-
*Please note that the giveaway will end once all the supplies are distributed.
Contact Information
Sales Div., Goryokaku Tower Corporation
Tel: 0138-51-4785
Link
Official website of the All-Japan Tower Association