Roppongi Hills

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Tokyo, Japan
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Roppongi Hills Tokyo Reviews

jacmoh jacmoh
3 reviews
Roppongi Tower Mar 04, 2011
This is a place, which is not widely published! We always talk about Tokyo Tower. But Roppongi Tower, is not that publicized! It is a 54 story building from where you can see most of Tokyo quite well.
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AE-Gumby AE-Gumby
2 reviews
Nightlife and more Apr 19, 2009
I was in Roppongi just the other week, I LOVED IT! Went to the Mori Tower and went in the museum (What an experience) wound up in a 4 story club (Club Feria...3000Yen cover Charge, 1000Yen for a jack and Coke, I think it was like 900Yen for a Budweiser)...I wound up leaving at like 6am...lol

But all and all, what a wonderful city!

Great Shopping, and Awesome Nightlife.
View of Tokyo Tower lit up at nigh…
My Favorite exhibit in Mori Tower.…
My Favorite exhibit in Mori Tower.…
My Favorite exhibit in Mori Tower.…
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darlingwish darlingw…
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Roppongi Hills Aug 14, 2007
Roppongi Hills is one of my favorite spots in Tokyo! Now, if you know it very well you're probably wondering how I could afford to set my foot on this expensive shopping and entertainment area of Tokyo or even just mention the name. Well my dear friend, it is not off-limits to poor people like me and I can still enjoy the place without having to shop anything which is good news huh! So if you're on a budget and you're in Tokyo, never ignore the idea of dropping by at Roppongi Hills, just hop on the subway (take Hibiya or Oedo line) and enjoy!

Here are the popular attractions:

* Mori Tower

If you want to get a panoramic view of the city (aside from the Tokyo Tower), this high-rise building offers you exactly what you need. Located on the top floors of the Mori Tower, you can enjoy The Tokyo City View and also additional attractions like the Mori Art Museum and the Sky Aquarium. You can get a ticket for all these three and I recommend bringing a student ID with you for a very good discount which was a genius idea of mine considering I last went to my university 3 yrs ago when I used it here. Mori Tower also offers loads of stores and restaurants while the rest of the building are used for offices.

* Mori Garden

Just outside the Mori Tower is a traditional Japanese garden where you can relax and escape the city for a while. No admission of course!

* TV Asahi Headquarters

One of the biggest TV networks in Japan, TV Asahi has it's headquarters located in Roppongi Hills. The six-floor open atrium is open to the public and has stores selling TV Asahi shows merchandise like the one I found with loads of cute and huggable Doraemon stuff. No admission but I only stayed on the first floor because I didn't know how to get to the other floors and there was a police who I think was eyeing on me (or just security, who knows!).

* Shopping and Dining

There are loads of very expensive shops in Roppongi Hills if that's what you are looking for. The Hillside I recommend for you to try and also Westwalk where I had my fairly good and very late lunch for a good price. Westwalk has a lot of fashionable and trendy shops as well as restaurants. There are too many to choose from in Roppongi Hills if you're as indecisive as me, you'll be problematic! Aside from shops and restaurants, you can also find some really modern and hi-tech cinemas around the complex.

There are so many things to do in Roppongi Hills that you can spend days in this part of Tokyo, but only if you are rich so I only spent a good 4 hours there! Enjoy!
Tokyo City View, Mori Tower
some cool cafe!
Mori Tower Sky Deck
Mori Garden
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marcing says:
Hey Steph,

Thanks for all the info, I'm sure it will be useful!
I've done similar 2-days-1-night-without-sleeping trip to Paris...it was fun ;)
Posted on: Apr 05, 2010
fionaryann says:
thanks for the review :)
Posted on: Jun 24, 2009
chloetravbuddy says:
yup great place indeed and the night there never sleeps. free cocktails in 911 and pimps swamped everywhere calling every chick "babe" as if femmes are pigs LOL. stayed in ropponggi for a month...and this might be crazy...my purse was stolen in a bar there which makes me remember a very good japanese word "DOROBO" hehehe. glad you enjoyed the place.
Posted on: May 13, 2008

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