The main building in Roppongi Hills is the skyscraper Mori Tower comprising not only the observation deck (Tokyo City View) but also the outside rooftop deck (Sky Deck) which visitor can feel the wind and air on the top of the Mori Tower.
From Tokyo City View, visitors can overlook the landmarks of Tokyo such as Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and Rainbow Bridge. Mt. Fuji also appears beautifully on a sunny day. Don’t forget to stop by the souvenir shop for Roppongi Hills original goods and take a break at the museum cafe where visitors can see the “light” themed art works from Poklong Anading and Laurent Grasso.
For the visitors who would like more exciting views, Sky Deck is recommended. Sky Deck is an outside rooftop deck where visitors can see views feeling the wind and air. Standing on Sky Deck really means that you are on the top of the building.
Tokyo City View (Roppongi Hills)
10:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Weekdays and holidays )
10:00 AM – 1:00 AM (Fridays, Saturdays, days preceding holidays)
11:00 AM – 8:00 PM (Sky Deck)
1,500yen (Age 65 and above)
Website: Tokyo City View (Roppongi Hills)
Mohri Garden in Roppongi Hills
In the site of Roppongi Hills, visitors can find a small Japanese garden named Mohri Garden. Taking a walk or relaxing in a bench in the garden will refresh visitors after sightseeing and shopping. Visitors can enjoy Sakura (cherry blossoms) in the spring and beautiful illumination during Christmas period.
Best spot for taking a photo in Roppongi Hills
One of the best spot for taking a photo in Roppongi Hills is an outside smoking area in front of the Mori Tower. Compared with a view from the Tokyo Sky City, Tokyo Tower is closely and dynamically seen just in front of the visitors. As it is located outside, visitors can visit there even during the night. This smoking area can be found on the map of Roppongi Hills which is available at the information desk.
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Address: 6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato Ward, Tokyo
Access: 3 minute walk from Roppongi Station (Toei Oedo Line/Hibiya Line)
Website: Roppongi Hills