Tokyo Tower

8th top destination in Japan ~ Tokyo Tower

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Living in a top UK holiday destination I’m always interested in finding out about attractions in other countries. Tokyo Tower came across my radar when I was searching the awesome stationary at Bureau Direct.

So what’s the connection?

South Korean brand Paperways uses travel as a motif in their products.  I love what they say:

Traveling exposes us to new and fresh ideas.

It also creates experiences and memories that we want to treasure forever.

I found out some interesting information about Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower

  • Tokyo Tower was built in 1958
  • It’s the second tallest structure in Japan
  • Its original use was for television broadcasting
  • Today it’s a communication and observation tower popular with tourists
  • Over 150 million people have visited!
  • The two-story Main Observatory is at 150 metres (490 ft), while the smaller Special Observatory reaches a height of 249.6 metres (819 ft)
  • Every 5 years the tower is repainted which takes about 12 months and uses 28,000 litres of paint (I wonder if it’s the same people who work on repainting it …)
  • Foot Town at the base of the tower is four stories and includes restaurants, a convenience store, Aquarium Gallery, souvenir shop, Guinness World Record museum, a wax museum and a gallery displaying optical illusions
  • From dusk to midnight, floodlights illuminate the entire tower.
  • Literary and movie fame ~ it’s been used in anime and manga and has been the location of the battles between Godzilla and  King Kong

Are you one of the 150+ million visitors?

Back to the connection with stationery.  I loved the Tokyo Paperways City Set and bought a set for a giveaway.  I think it’s unusual.  The pack features a keyboard pad (a weekly planner pad which can be placed under the keyboard and used to keep a diary or jot reminders), a Mini City notebooks set and a pack of Sticky Notes. The items graphically celebrate the capital city Tokyo.


Key features:

  • Keyboard pad has 50 pages marked Mon-Sun
  • Undated so you can start it anytime.
  • Set of two City Notebooks with 48 pages each
  • Set of 4 Mini Sticky Notes with 19 sheets per pad

What do you think?  Do you think it’s unique too?

The giveaway is open to my UK/ROI readers.  Please read the Terms and Conditions on the Rafflecopter before entering.

Happy stationery hoarding 🙂

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Family comes first! I'm married with two son's in their 20's and have a little more time now to follow my passions. I love my role as an Inclusion Lead in KS2 and I'm passionate about early help. I'm a member of Bournemouth's Early Help Operational Board working alongside others to instigate change and growth. I'm also passionate about my love of reading, being out in nature and creating with crochet. I've been blogging for eight years at Jera's Jamboree.

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