"W1SH RIBBON" Emblazons TOKYO SKYTREE'S Tembo Deck! TOKYO SKYTREE is Opening the Door to the Future So That W1SHES Can Come True!
Now Anyone Can "Make a W1SH" from the World's Tallest Free-standing Tower, a Spiritual Site in Tokyo
By: Tobu Railway Group, LTD
"W1SH RIBBON" is styled with a number "1" with a reference to each visitor's "one" wish, as well as a reference to TOKYO SKYTREE's status as the world's premier broadcast tower. The colorful ribbons, individually emblazoned with their own unique wish, surround the monument. The monument is sloped towards the sky so that the wish can be heard. TOKYO SKYTREE is also among Tokyo's most spiritual sites, and the W1SH RIBBON monument is intended to be a place where visitors can open the door to their futures, while waiting with hopeful anticipation that their wishes will be fulfilled.
Ribbons can be purchased from a toy capsule machine (500 yen) as of October 5, 2020. Each capsule includes a souvenir badge to be kept and the ribbon, to be left and displayed. The ribbon color is random and cannot be selected. Next, guests write their wish on the ribbon, and tie it on the monument. Part of the proceeds of the ribbon purchase will be donated to the non-profit organization Peace Winds Japan (https://peace-
In advance of the ribbon monument's public installation and opening, Fifth and Sixth Grade Elementary School students at Narihira Elementary School, in Tokyo's nearby Sumida Ward, were selected to write their wishes on the ribbons boding to the future.
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TOBU Railway Company, Ltd. is a major Japanese corporation consisting of approximately 90 companies. The Tobu Railways cover the longest operating distance in Metropolitan Tokyo, leading to numerous tourist attractions including: Asakusa and TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN in Tokyo; Nikko and Kinugawa- Onsen, famous for its world heritage sites and hot springs; the Tatebayashi and Ashikaga areas, known for their blooming flower fields; and Kawagoe, where the atmosphere of the old Edo era lives on. Tobu is also invested in a portfolio of hotels, including the newly opened The Ritz-Carlton, Nikko and Nikko Fufu Resort.
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