Point of Interest
This composite facility includes over 200 restaurants and stores, the first cinema complex in the city (TOHO Cinemas Roppongi Hills), a world-class hotel (Grand Hyatt Tokyo), Mori Museum, and a viewing platform "Tokyo City View," providing a variety of functionality all in one place.
Roppongi Hills set the standard for 21st-century real-estate developments in Tokyo. The centrepiece of the office, shopping, dining and entertainment complex is the 54-storey Mori Tower, home to the Mori Art Museum and Tokyo City View observatory. Scattered around it is plenty of public art, such as…
Just up the hill from Azabu-Juban is one of Tokyo's massive office/residence complexes: Roppongi Hills. It's a maze of upscale shops and fashions, plus a luxury row of shops at its back. The top of Mori Tower has an outdoor observatory and museum.
interesting art gallery at the top as well as stunning view of the city. shopping and restaurants.
“Right next to Tokyo Disneyland. While Disneyland is great for families, Disney Sea caters to a little bit more mature audience. Still, a great place to bring your family and friends along if you guys are up for more relatively challenging and thrilling rides.”
“Tokyo Dome City is a leisure complex in central Tokyo consisting of the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, a variety of shops and restaurants and Tokyo Dome Hotel.”
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“Bearing a significant resemblance to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, this bright orange tall radio tower was built in 1958 to symbolize the country's recovery after the destruction of World War Two. Rising up to 333 meters, Tokyo Tower used to be the tallest tower in Japan until the completion of Tokyo Skytree in 2012. You can choose to take the elevator or walk up 600 steps to the main deck, located 150 meters above the ground. If you are lucky, on sunny days you can even catch a glimpse of Mt. Fuji rising in the distance. If you are not afraid of heights, try standing on the glass floor sections and look directly down to the ground—almost 145 meters under your feet. ”