Stunning Tokyo Cityscapes Resemble Computer-Generated Works of Art

Atop Tokyo's Roppongi Hills tower, visitors are greeted with views so breathtaking, they look as though they're computer generated. The towering sky deck, located 820 feet above sea level, may account for these impressively picturesque cityscapes. Thanks to the tower's spectacular height, photographers are able to capture more than just the streets of Tokyo. From behind their lens, they can witness the sunset color the sky with wondrous hues, the fog as it envelops towering structures, and the countless multicolored lights that shine out from the metropolis' skyscrapers. With all these elements working together, a panorama shot from the sky deck looks like something straight out of a digital dream.

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Roppongi Hills Sky Deck: Website | Facebook | Twitter
via [RocketNews24]

All images via Roppongi Hills Sky Deck Twitter.

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