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Tokyo City View, an observation facility located in the center of Tokyo, one of the world’s major c...
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Marvel at a view of Tokyo city from the Observation Deck at 218 meters above ground level. With this...
Experience staggering views of Tokyo from the observation deck of Mori Tower. Get an entrance ticket...
..., Imperial Palace, and Asakusa. On the way to Hinode pier, enjoy the Tokyo city view while cruising on the Sumida River.
Located on the 52nd floor of the 238 metre tall Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo City View offers panoramic views over the entire metropolis.Sky Gallery 1 offers views towards the north-east, which includes Tokyo Tower, Skytree, Rainbow Bridge, and Odaiba, all the way to Chiba’s Boso Peninsula.Sky Gallery 2 is oriented towards the south, with views extending as far as Mount Fuji on clear days.
Located on the 52nd floor of the 238 metre tall Mori Tower in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo City View offers panoramic views over the entire metropolis.
Japan, 〒106-0032 Tōkyō-to, Minato-ku, Roppongi, 6 Chome−10, 六本木６丁目１０−１
The Mori Art Museum in the Mori Tower of Roppongi Hills showcases temporary collections of contemporary art, primarily by Asian artists
The Roppongi district is Tokyo's modern cultural center, teeming with art museums, nightclubs, shopping complexes, cabarets, and entertainment venues
Opened in April 2007, this competitor to the Hills boasts Tokyo's tallest tower, a Ritz-Carlton and yet more endless acres of shopping and eating
Fujifilm's exhibition space for the latest and greatest in photography
Hosts changing art exhibitions
Changing exhibitions devoted to the latest and greatest in Japanese design
Tokyo's latest and greatest art museum, housed in an undulating wave-shaped building designed by Kisho Kurokawa and devoted entirely to changing exhibitions
Soaring to a height of 332
This faithful reconstruction of the Tokyo terminus of Japan's first railway is built on the site of the original and even showcases the few remaining bits
Founded by Yūyo Shōsō in the 14th century, the Zōjō-ji is the headquarters of the Chinzei branch of Jōdo-shū Buddhism