There are three lighting styles: "Iki," the spirit of Edo, "Miyabi," its aesthetics, and the lively "Nobori," that operate alternately. They express the concept that today is connected to tomorrow, and the future expands beyond that. The way these designs incorporate aspects of Edo culture reflects the history and culture of shitamachi, traditional residential areas.
Shining like a meteor over the Observation Decks, the light that shines around at a steady speed represents light that marks the passage of time, connecting past and future.
Lights illuminating the top of the tower reach strongly out to the sky and expand bravely towards space as if they were our hopes and dreams. Illumination on the structure emphasizes the beauty of the curves and camber of the tower.
The concept of the design is based on Japanese aesthetics, incorporating history and the local residential area features, but is also a plan representative of the present age at the same time. It was also designed to have the beauty of shade expressed in the form of an environmentally friendly lighting system. For this reason, the plan adopted a design using entirely LED lights to save energy, which also achieved a beautiful result at the same time.
The achievement of an all-LED lighting system not only enabled outstanding staging effects but its energy-saving feature made the tower a symbol of eco-friendly architecture.