Attraction 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture 106-6182 , Japan Published on: 10-04-2016
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Why Tokyo City View is special ?
What to explore at Tokyo City View?
You will have a 360 degrees panoramic view of the city of Tokyo and be exhilarated to recognize many of the landmarks of the city such as Tokyo Tower, Sky tree, Haneda Airport, Akhiabara, Ginza and so on. The city changes its colors at different times of the day, but the best time to enjoy this transformation is the time when day gives place to evening through dusk. As the natural light fades the neon lights of the cityscape come alive drowning the city in a magical hue. The observation deck is so big, you will never feel it crowded at any time.
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How to get to Tokyo City View?
It's located at the 52nd floor Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. At the center of Roppongi Hills stands the 238 meter Mori Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city.
Roppongi Hills is about a five minute walk from the Hibiya Line platform of Roppongi Station and a ten minute walk from the Oedo Line platform of Roppongi Station.
From Tokyo Station
15 minutes, 170 yen by Marunouchi and Hibiya Subway Lines via Kasumigaseki Station.
From Shinjuku Station
10 minutes, 210 yen by direct Oedo Subway Line.
- Great for kids
- Stunning urban views
- Best spot for taking pictures
- A modern metropolis in the heart of Tokyo
- Best Spot for Romantic Night Views
6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture 106-6182 , Japan
Tips for you
Experience the amazing sunset - the views over Tokyo Tower and Mt. Fuji (when it is clear) are unforgettable, with 360 degrees view of Tokyo City and the bay area at the same time.
This was my second visit to Tokyo and we had even gone to Roppongi Hills last time and then decided not to go up for the view.This time we thought we may as well, the ticket cost 1500 yen, which was supposed to include entry to a museum/art gallery, however this was closed and there was no discount offered.We ascended at about sunset, and it was poor timing. The place was overrun with rowdy Japanese high school students, at least a hundred, and a lot of them running about and shouting. There were a couple of pathetic shops and an overpriced bar/cafe. That was about it. Yes, it was a decent view of Tokyo tower, but that was about it. Luckily the rabble left after about 20 minutes, so we did another round of the observation deck in peace, quiet and a bit more access to the windows. Still dissapointing.On our first visit we went up the FREE Tokyo Metropolitan Government offices, which I felt was just the same view, perhaps better. Tokyo Tower itself is cheaper to get to the highest viewing deck. I would rather have spent this money on a nice dinner or some gifts/souvenirs.