Roppongi Hills is a prominent property development located in Tokyo’s Minato ward. Centered on the 54-story Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills was envisioned as an integrated development project where residents could live, work, recreate, and shop all in close proximity. The mega-complex incorporates office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafes, movie theaters, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheater, and a few parks. As a vision for urban living, Roppongi Hills still attracts a lot of attention today. It is a great place to get a sense for the innovation and drive so characteristic in much of Tokyo.
Tokyo | Roppongi Hills + Mori Art Museum Tokyo Tower Classic shooting location
Tokyo's Roppongi Hills, is a very literary neighborhood, which is the half I like Tokyo.
When I went, it happened at the 31st Tokyo International Film Festival. If it wasn't enough time, I would definitely buy a ticket to watch a few games.
My main purpose is to go to the Mori Art Museum on the 53rd floor. It is called one of the most avant-garde art galleries in Tokyo, and it has a place where the previously scattered contemporary art has been exhibited. The cutting edge of Japanese contemporary art. The
52-story Tokyo city view observatory has a nice view, and you can take a look at the scene. It is a classic location that can capture the Tokyo Tower.
Tickets: Tickets for the 52nd and 53rd floors are together
I saw the Tokyo Tower in a Japanese drama; the tall tower of red and white that kept silent watch over the city. Most of the romance scenes in the drama were set at the foot of the Tokyo Tower. It seems as though the Japanese have associated a particular feeling with the tower; one of intimacy and romance. Similar to the “Tokyo Love Story,” the first time I visited Tokyo was when I visited the tower in the middle of the night, and it was made complete when I climbed it. Many people recommend going to visit the Tokyo Tower when in the city. If you visit Roppongi’s Tokyo City View, you will have a great view of the tower. It is beautiful with its red lights intertwining and joining together with the projection lights. When you look at the Tokyo Tower, you will also be able to see the Tokyo Skytree looming in the distance. The observation deck has no indoor lighting, making the night scene mesmerizing and incredibly intimate.
The best view of Tokyo's panoramic view is the Mori Building in Roppongi Hills. The Tokyo City View on the top floor is divided into indoor and outdoor sections. The interior is a 360-degree floor-to-ceiling glass window from which you can see the Tokyo metropolitan night. Gorgeous street view. This is also the place where Xinhaicheng fans must punch cards. The "Your Name" Roppongi New Town has also appeared many times. The place where the actor and the Aoji predecessor are dating is the glass viewing platform, so it has become "you." The name of the Holy Land is a holy place to visit. The SkyDeck Apron Observation Deck, which goes up one level, is the best night view of Tokyo. It can overlook the panorama of Tokyo at 360 degrees without a corner, and it is more suitable for taking pictures without the problem of glass reflection. Standing on an open-air observation deck at an altitude of 270 meters, the cityscapes of all directions in Tokyo are all in sight. Even when the weather is good, you can see Mount Fuji. At sunset, Tokyo is covered with a layer of orange-red light, which is so beautiful!
The Roppongi Hills Observatory is one of the city's attractions in Tokyo and the best place to enjoy the Tokyo Tower. The large ceiling with a ceiling height of more than 11 meters and the open cloister overlooking the street are not covered by the surrounding buildings. When you are far away, you can enjoy the view of the bustling Tokyo city. The famous Asahi TV station is next to it.
Of course, the most beautiful is the roof of the top floor. SKY DECK, the highest open-air prospecting facility in Kanto (270 meters above sea level), can really feel the wind blowing over Tokyo and overlook the charming night view of Tokyo.
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