Mori Art Museum
The Mori Art Museum is the best place to get a view of Tokyo from above
Atop Mori Tower this gigantic gallery space sports high ceilings, broad views and thematic programs that continue to live up to all the hype associated with Roppongi Hills. Contemporary exhibits are beautifully presented and include superstars of the art world from both Japan and abroad.
“As the name suggests, you can watch candy craftsmen perform their work right before your eyes at this shop. Since this is the chain’s flagship, there are also original candies only available at this particular storefront. The Harajuku long eclair makes for a great snack to eat while you stroll around Harajuku. There are lots of photo props in the shop, includings a big lollipop and candies in the shape of moustaches and lips. You can take photos of the candy makers at work, too.”
“If you're hungry and would like to grab a bite from somewhere, then this one is a great one. Luke’s Lobster (some of you might know it already) offers tasty lobster rolls made with seafood sourced from American northeast and Canada.”