Very nice view . You can see Tokyo tower, Sky tree from here . Christmas illumination and shops will make you happy. Enjoy!
My husband and I went to a karaoke club at night with some friends of ours that are local, but it looked like we were walking into a bank, it was very fancy looking. They walked us into a room and they were all set up for karaoke. We had never done anything like that before, but we ended up... More
I'm not fan of shopping malls really, but this building is a must on a trip to Tokyo for the sky deck. An amazing 360 degree open air view of the city and the beautiful Mount Fuji as a back drop. You are literally on top of the building. Try and go late afternoon before it goes dark and then... More
The area of Roppongi is full of shops and crowded but is nothing compared to Shibuya or Shinjuku. If you don´t have many days you can skip this; it´s nothing special. The Roppongi Hills are a set of two buildings that truly do not stand out among the many skycrappers in Tokyo.
Went there to walk through the garden, but actually, there was not much to see. There were some nice spots, but at latest after 30 minutes you've seen everything, beside the mall and the observatory. So, if you don't plan to got to the observatory or the Mall, anyway, don't waste your time to go there.
Yes, there are many shops, restaurants and it appears in the night, Clubbing activity. This is the only place in the many areas of Tokyo that we visited where we say any garbage on the street...and I'm not talking a random gum wrapper or coffee cup. The rest of Tokyo is immaculately clean and there were bags of trash littering... More
I've been to Roppongi Hills each time I've been to Tokyo, mainly for the bars and restaurants. There is a reasonable turnover of restaurants, so there is always a choice of old and new ones. In the basement areas, the restaurants are generally reasonably-priced ones for lunch time, and in the upper floors more expensive ones, both Japanese and ethnic.
Awesome Architecture, Gardens, Amphitheater, and setting. Generally fancy over the top shops and restaurants, but some reasonable gems (of shops & restaurants) can be found. Louise Bourgeois Spider sculpture is the best! Grand Hyatt is very nice also but $$$$$$$$$$!
The variety of shopping, dining and city view from the observation deck, provided a fascinating visit to Roppongi Hills.
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