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Glittering lights that testify to the energy of the metropolis that is Tokyo

The center of Tokyo, bristling with skyscrapers like the Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree. Look down at the Tokyo cityscape at night from Tokyo City View in Roppongi Hills, see the glittering lights of all the buildings and cars and the ships floating in Tokyo Bay, and feel an energy of the city that is different by night from how it is by day. The large window that offers a panorama of the metropolis from an open space whose ceiling is some 11 meters above the floor, may be said to serve as a frame for an ever-changing work of "city art".

Photo by Yuto Nakase

※ Views like the one shown in the photo can only be seen under certain conditions (time of day, weather etc.).

  • Viewing period:
  • All year round
  • Challenge level:
  • ★☆☆
  • Feeling:
  • Moving

Travel advice

Tokyo City View is located on the 52th floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. Visitors can also reach the open air Sky Deck via the exclusive elevator. (An additional fee is required.) Tokyo City View tickets can also be used to enter the Mori Art Museum on the 53rd floor of Mori Tower, so why not take in both in one visit? * Tokyo City View / Sky Deck are closed until April 28th, 2015 for renovation. Mori Art Museum is closed until April 24th, 2015 for renovation.

The pleasure of travel: Tokyo City View

The Tokyo Metro is a convenient way to get to Roppongi Hills from Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station. The observation deck of Tokyo Skytree in Sumida-ku is also recommended. It's fun to compare the different scenery that each offers. For those who are hungry for something rather different, the Robot Restaurant in Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku is the place to go. Expect spectacular entertainment. There is a variety of restaurants in Tokyo Station, such as Tsukiji Sushisei, where you can taste authentic Edomae (Tokyo-style) sushi. And then for great seasonal souvenirs there's First Avenue Tokyo Station, directly connected to Yaesu Exit.

Robot Restaurant

Tsukiji Sushisei

updated on Mar 31, 2015