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Roppongi Hills | A beacon of modern elegance

Tokyo is a city of timeless allure, where every corner promises a new adventure. From sizzling street food stalls to the serene Meiji Shrine, there's magic to be uncovered. Now, let me take you to a gem - Roppongi Hills. More than just a complex, this urban masterpiece is a testament to Tokyo's contemporary vision. Did you know? Roppongi Hills rose from a district once known for nightlife, transforming into a beacon of art, culture, and innovation. It's no wonder travelers and locals alike are drawn to its magnetic pull. On this page, you'll discover ticket options, intriguing facts about the area, and tips to make your visit truly unforgettable. 

Why visit Roppongi Hills?

Roppongi Hills at dusk
  • Sky-high panorama: At Mori Tower's observation deck, gaze upon an unrivaled view of Tokyo. On clear days, the majestic Mt. Fuji graces the horizon.
  • Cultural epicenter: The Mori Art Museum and various galleries showcase contemporary art, fusing global perspectives with Japanese nuances.
  • Gardens amidst urbanity: The Mohri Garden, a modern interpretation of ancient Japanese gardens, offers a tranquil retreat amidst the urban buzz. 
  • Dynamic events & festivals: Year-round events, from film festivals to enchanting Christmas illuminations, ensure there's always a buzz at Roppongi Hills.
  • Luxury & lifestyle: There is a sophisticated blend of high-end boutiques, gourmet eateries, and the iconic TV Asahi headquarters that give you a glimpse into Tokyo's cosmopolitan flair.

Your Roppongi Hills observatory ticket option explained

People inside Roppongi Hills Observatory Deck, Tokyo

Discounted Roppongi Hills observatory tickets

  • Children between the ages of 4-12 can avail discounted ticket rates for this attraction. 
  • Students and Secondary students aged 13-18 can also opt for discounted tickets. 

Cancelation policy

These tickets can't be canceled or rescheduled.

Roppongi Hills highlights

View of Tokyo City from Tokyo Tower

Tokyo City View

This observation deck provides breathtaking panoramic views of Tokyo from the Mori Tower, offering visitors a chance to marvel at the city’s sprawling, vibrant landscape, especially enchanting during nighttime with the city lights.

Mori Tower viewed from Roppongi Hills observatory

Mori Tower

The 54-story Mori Tower serves as a landmark for both Roppongi Hills and Tokyo, boasting offices, restaurants, and the enthralling Mori Art Museum, which introduces visitors to contemporary art, often with exhibitions featuring international and local artists, enhancing the cultural vitality of the area.

Contemporary art in a museum

Mori Art Museum

Dedicated to contemporary art, the museum often hosts exhibitions from renowned international artists, providing a cultural hub that blends modern aesthetics with thought-provoking exhibits, becoming a significant spot for art enthusiasts and tourists.

Roppongi Hills Residences in Tokyo

Roppongi Hills Residences

A symbol of luxury living in Tokyo, these residences provide unparalleled opulence and comfort. High-end amenities, alongside impeccable service, make living here an exquisite experience, defining a new benchmark in upscale urban living.

TV Asahi at Roppongi Hills

TV Asahi

Providing a behind-the-scenes look at broadcasting, TV Asahi's headquarters at Roppongi Hills attracts tourists and fans with its exhibits and sometimes live public broadcasts, offering a unique insight into Japan’s television industry.

Roppongi Hills Arena

Roppongi Hills Arena

An outdoor amphitheater-like space that hosts various events, including live concerts, markets, and festivals. It acts as a lively social and entertainment space, creating an energetic ambiance amidst the urban setting.

Mohri Garden at night in Tokyo

Mohri Garden

A serene spot amidst the urban sprawl, Mohri Garden offers a tranquil escape with its beautiful pond and lush greenery. It serves as a peaceful contrast to the bustling surroundings, providing a space for relaxation and reflection.

Keyakizaka Street at Night in Tokyo

Keyakizaka Street

Famous for its dazzling illuminations during the holiday season, Keyakizaka Street is a popular shopping and dining district, offering a splendid array of options for both luxury shopping and gourmet dining amidst a vibrant, beautifully-lit environment.

Plan your visit to Roppongi Hills

Visitor tips
Timings for Roppongi Hills Observatory

Address: 6-chōme-10-1 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo 106-6108, Japan. Find on maps

Getting There

  • By Train:
    Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line: Stop - Roppongi Station. Exit - Direct access from Exit 1C.
    Toei Oedo Line: Stop: Roppongi Station. Exit: Direct access from Exit 3.
  • By Bus:
    Toei Bus: Routes - ‘To 01’ (Shibuya – Roppongi Hills), ‘Shibu 88’ (Shibuya – Tokyo Tower). Stop - Roppongi Hills.
    Airport Limousine Bus: From - Haneda Airport / Narita Airport. Stop - Grand Hyatt Tokyo (Roppongi Hills).
  • By Car:
    Parking Facilities: Roppongi Hills houses several parking lots which are accessible 24/7.
    From Tokyo Station: Take the Tokyo Expressway toward Route 3 Shibuya, exit at "Roppongi". Follow the signs to Roppongi Hills.
Roppongi Hills Entrance

There are several key access points and areas from where people commonly enter the complex:

  • Roppongi Station Direct Access: For visitors who are using public transport (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Oedo Line), as it provides direct and convenient access to the heart of Roppongi Hills.
  • Mori Tower Main Entrance: Vital for those wanting to explore the Mori Art Museum and Tokyo City View. This entrance is a significant point due to its access to numerous facilities and attractions within the tower.
  • Hollywood Beauty Plaza Entrance: Provides access to the shopping and dining areas, and also towards the Mori Tower.
  • Keyakizaka Dori Side: The entrance from Keyakizaka Dori leads to the Keyakizaka complex and provides access to the shopping and dining areas.
  • Grand Hyatt Tokyo Entrance: Specific for hotel visitors and patrons, providing luxurious and direct access to the hotel.
  • Roppongi Hills Arena Entrance: Typically used during specific events or to access the outdoor event area directly.

Cars parked in a parking lot
  • Parking Facilities: Spacious parking lots are available 24/7, accommodating both regular vehicles and motorcycles, with designated spaces for visitors with disabilities.
  • Restrooms: Numerous public restrooms are located throughout the complex, including accessible restrooms designed for those with mobility challenges.
  • Information Desks: Desks are strategically placed throughout the area, providing guides, maps, and assistance to visitors, with some staff proficient in multiple languages.
  • Free Wi-Fi Spots: Available in various areas, allowing visitors to stay connected and navigate online easily.
  • Baby Rooms: There are dedicated spaces equipped for baby care, offering diaper-changing tables, nursing rooms, and baby beds.
  • Lockers: Available for visitors to safely store their belongings while exploring the area.
  • Wheelchair & Stroller Rentals: Offered at information desks, ensuring that visitors with mobility issues or those with young children can comfortably navigate the complex.
People eating food
No Smoking Sign
  • No Smoking: Smoking is prohibited except in designated smoking areas. Always use the provided ashtrays and keep these areas clean.
  • Respect the Premises: Avoid littering. Always use trash bins provided. Do not deface or damage any property, installations, or artworks.
  • Dress Appropriately: While Roppongi Hills doesn't have a strict dress code, visitors are expected to dress decently, especially when entering upscale dining establishments or venues.
  • Photography Restrictions: While personal photography might be allowed in most areas, avoid using flash inside museums and galleries. Always respect signs or staff instructions that restrict photography.
  • Mind the Volume: Especially in sensitive areas like galleries, museums, and observation decks to ensure everyone can enjoy their visit.
  • No Pets Allowed: Except in designated areas or unless they are service animals. If pets are permitted, ensure they are on a leash and clean up after them.
View from Roppongi Hills Observatory
  • Early Bird Advantages: Start your visit early, especially if heading to the Tokyo City View. Morning hours tend to be less crowded, offering a peaceful viewing experience.
  • Dining Reservations: Some of the top-notch restaurants, like Sukiyabashi Jiro Roppongi, can be fully booked days in advance. If you have a particular place in mind, secure a reservation ahead of time.
  • Art and Culture: Check the current exhibitions at the Mori Art Museum before your visit. Exhibits rotate periodically, and you don’t want to miss a special showcase.
  • Footwear Consideration: Roppongi Hills is vast, and there's a lot to explore. Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking.
  • Shopping Privileges: If you shop at the boutiques and stores, keep an eye out for any ongoing promotions or tourist-exclusive discounts.
  • Local Events: Roppongi Hills frequently hosts events, from film festivals to seasonal celebrations. Be sure to check relevant information ahead of time for a better experience.
Tokyo Tower at sunset
  • Tokyo Tower (1.5 km away): A historic communication and observation tower offering panoramic views of Tokyo's skyline.
  • Nezu Museum (1.2 km away): An art museum with an impressive collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art; it also boasts a beautiful, traditional Japanese garden.
  • The National Art Center, Tokyo (0.7 km away): A unique art venue that, instead of maintaining a permanent collection, specializes in hosting rotating exhibitions from contemporary artists.
  • Shiba Park (2.5 km away): One of Tokyo's oldest parks, it provides a green respite in the city and offers a scenic view of Tokyo Tower.

Frequently asked questions about Roppongi Hills tickets

What are the ticket options for Roppongi Hills?

Currently, only the standard entry ticket that gives entry to the Roppongi Hills observatory is available.

Can I buy tickets in advance?

Yes, you can. We highly recommend booking your tickets online before your visit as this helps you avoid any potential queues and also ensures you a guaranteed entry. 

Are discounts available with Roppongi Hills tickets?

Yes, discounts are currently available for children and students. 

Can I re-enter Roppongi Hills with the same ticket?

In general, the tickets for Roppongi Hills are valid for a single entry. However, it's always a good practice to keep your tickets handy and inquire at the entrance if you plan to exit and return 

Can I access all areas of Roppongi Hills with a standard ticket?

The standard ticket entry ticket currently available only provides access to the Roppongi Hills observation deck. However, for specific attractions, like the Mori Art Museum etc., you may need either separate tickets or combo passes.

What’s the best time to buy tickets and visit Roppongi Hills?

For a more relaxed and serene experience, consider buying tickets and visiting on weekdays, especially during the morning hours. 

Is there a dress code I should be aware of for any of the attractions at Roppongi Hills?

There isn't a strict dress code for attractions at Roppongi Hills. However, given the amount of exploring and walking around, we recommend wearing comfortable shoes to enhance your experience.

Are there dining and shopping options available within Roppongi Hills?

Yes, Roppongi Hills boasts a diverse range of dining establishments, catering to all taste buds, from traditional Japanese cuisines to international dishes. 

Is Roppongi Hills accessible for people with disabilities?

The complex is equipped with ramps, elevators, and other facilities to cater to guests with mobility challenges. Wheelchairs are also available upon request at the information desk. 

Are there audio guides available for non-Japanese speakers at Roppongi Hills?

Absolutely! To cater to its many international visitors, audio guides are readily available in multiple languages. 

Is it worth visiting Roppongi Hills?

Without a doubt! Roppongi Hills stands as a unique blend of Tokyo's vibrant arts, rich culture, and breathtaking panoramic vistas.