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Here are some recommended hotspots for you to enjoy during your stay in Tokyo!

  • Roppongi Hills
  • Omotesando Hills
  • VenusFort
  • Laforet Harajuku

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills

Developed from the concept of "The Cultural Heart" as a place where ideas thrive, Roppongi Hills is Tokyo's representation of a multipurpose complex.

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Roppongi Hills

Omotesando Hills

Omotesando Hills

As the central landmark for Japan's culture and fashion, Omotesando continues to be a trend-setting "Cultural and Commercial Facility."

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Omotesando Hills

VenusFort

VenusFort

"Hybrid Shopping Mall"— this mall contains the first outlet floor in central Tokyo. The mall impressively consists of 170 shops, and its interior design is reminiscent of the streets of medieval Europe.

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VenusFort

Laforet Harajuku

Laforet Harajuku

Harajuku’s symbolic fashion building. There are about 140 shops gathered together here, with a focus on popular men's and women's brands. There are more than 90 duty-free shops.

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Laforet Harajuku

Recommended Information

EVENTSRoppongi Hills

N. S. Harsha: Charming Journey

Roppongi Hills St.Valentine's Day

N. S. Harsha was born in 1969 in southern India's ancient capital Mysuru, and continues to be based there. India's fast-paced economic development and urbanization in recent years have raised the international profile of its contemporary art, and over the past decade he has taken part in numerous international shows. This exhibition will survey two decades of his practice, by presenting around 70 major works produced by the artist from 1995 onward.

Location
Mori Art Museum(Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 53F)
Date & Time
  • February 4, 2017 (Saturday) - June 11, 2017 (Sunday)
  • *Open everyday
  • 10:00am - 10:00pm (10:00am - 5:00pm on Tuesday)
  • *Admission until 30 minutes before closing
Access
Hibiya Line (Roppongi Station) Exit 1C → 0-minute walk (connected directly in concourse)

EVENTSOmotesando Hills

Tokyo Shopping Week 2017 at Harajuku/Omotesando

Tokyo Shopping Week 2017 at Harajuku/Omotesando

During this event, spend 1,000 yen or more (tax included) to receive a scratch card to win gift certificates worth 1,000 or 10,000 yen at approximately 300 participating popular commercial facilities and shops along roads, including Omotesando Hill and Laforet Harajuku.
Photo spots will also be established during the main week (January 27 [Friday] - February 9 [Thursday]) including a tea ceremony set at "Machikado Garden" nearly in the center of Harajuku.

Location
Harajuku/Omotesando area
Date & Time
  • January 16, 2017 (Monday) -February 28, 2016 (Tuesday)
  • Differs by store and facility
  • * Omotesando Hills is closed on February 20 (Monday) and 21 (Tuesday). Laforet Harajuku is closed on February 7 (Tuesday) and 8 (Wednesday). Scratch cards are not given during the Grand Bazaar event (January 26 [Thursday] - 30 [Monday]).
Access
Ginza Line (Omotesando Station) Exit A2 → 2 minute walk

Facility Description

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills Photo

Developed from the concept of "The Cultural Heart" as a place where ideas thrive, Roppongi Hills is Tokyo's representation of a multipurpose complex.It is an international landmark in Tokyo where people from around the world gather and interact, as well as a place where new cultures and information are transmitted. Key places include one of Central Tokyo's most popular cinema complexes, an art gallery, an observatory floor, a world-class hotel and more than 200 restaurants and shops. No matter where you go, you can enjoy new experiences exclusive to Roppongi Hills.

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Omotesando Hills

Omotesando Hills Photo

As the central landmark for Japan's culture and fashion, Omotesando continues to be a trend-setting "Cultural and Commercial Facility." Designed by architect Tadao Ando, the six-floor atrium space in the building's center is surrounded by a spiral slope, where about 100 shops beckon the world, including brand stores, restaurants, and cafés. In addition, many events related to fashion, culture, and art are organized here.

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VenusFort

VenusFort Photo

"Hybrid Shopping Mall"—the first outlet floor in central Tokyo. It boasts about 170 shops that lined the mall reminiscent of the streets of Medieval Europe. Central Tokyo's first outlet floor is on the 3F, the latest in fashion jewelry and cosmetics are on the 2F and a family-centric floor on the 1F where kids', pet and interior shops are assembled.

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Laforet Harajuku

Laforet Harajuku Photo

First established in 1978, Laforet Harajuku is a fashion building consisting of about 140 shops that represent Tokyo. Harajuku's featured multipurpose hall is located on the sixth floor, where the latest fashion trends are showcased. A new food court is located on the second floor, where food-lovers come together. This area also includes FREE Wi-Fi and USB power sources. There are more than 90 tax-free shops available here.

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Access Information

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills

  • Hibiya Line (Roppongi Station)Exit 1C → 0-minute walk (connected directly in concourse)
  • Chiyoda Line (Nogizaka Station) Exit 5 → 10 minute walk
  • Oedo Line (Roppongi Station) Exit 3 → 4 minute walk
  • Oedo Line (Azabu-juban Station) Exit 7 → 5 minute walk
Roppongi Hills(Google Maps)

Access from Major Areas of Tokyo

  • Tokyo
  • Marunouchi Line
  • Ginza
  • Hibiya Line
  • Roppongi
  • Shinjuku
  • Oedo Line
  • Roppongi
  • Shibuya
  • 10 minutes by taxi
  • Roppongi
    HILLS
  • Ginza
  • Hibiya Line
  • Roppongi

Access from Narita and Haneda Airports

( From Narita Airport - Train )
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Narita Express
  • Shinjuku
  • Oedo Line
  • Roppongi
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Keisei Skyliner
  • Keisei
    Ueno
  • Hibiya Line
  • Roppongi
( From Narita Airport - Limousine bus )
  • Narita
    Airport
  • For the Roppongi Area
  • Grand Hyatt
    Tokyo
( From Haneda Airport - Train )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Tokyo
    Monorail
  • Hamamatsu-
    cho
  • walk
    9min
  • Daimon
  • Oedo
    Line
  • Roppongi
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Keikyu
    Line
  • Shinagawa
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Ebisu
  • Hibiya
    Line
  • Roppongi
( From Narita Airport - Limousine bus )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • For the Roppongi Area
  • Grand Hyatt
    Tokyo

Omotesando Hills

Omotesando Hills

  • Ginza Line (Omotesando Station) Exit A2 → 2 minute walk
  • Hanzomon Line (Omotesando Station) Exit A2 → 2 minute walk
  • Chiyoda Line (Meiji-jingumae Station) Exit 5 → 3 minute walk
  • Fukutoshin Line (Meiji-jingumae Station) Exit 5 → 3 minute walk
  • Yamanote Line (Harajuku Station) Omotesando Exit → 7 minute walk
Omotesando Hills(Google Maps)

Access from Major Areas of Tokyo

  • Tokyo
  • Marunouchi Line
  • Akasaka
    mitsuke
  • Ginza Line
  • Omote-
    sando
  • Shinjuku
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Shibuya
  • Ginza Line
  • Omote-
    sando
  • Ginza
  • Ginza Linee
  • Omote-
    sando

Access from Narita and Haneda Airports

( From Narita Airport - Train )
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Narita Express
  • Shibuya
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Keisei
    Skyliner
  • Nippori
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Nishi-
    Nippori
  • Chiyoda
    Line
  • Omote-
    sando
( From Haneda Airport - Train )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Tokyo
    Monorail
  • Hamamatsu-
    cho
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Shimbashi
  • Ginza
    Line
  • Omote-
    sando
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Keikyu
    Line
  • Shinagawa
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Shibuya
  • Ginza
    Line
  • Omote-
    sando

VenusFort

VenusFort

  • Rinkai Line (Tokyo Teleport Station) 3 minute walk
  • Yurikamome (Aomi Station) Exit 1C → Less than a 1 minute walk
VenusFort(Google Maps)

Access from Major Areas of Tokyo

  • Tokyo
  • Yamanote Line
  • Shimbashi
  • Yurikamome
  • Aomi
  • Shinjuku
  • Yamanote Line
  • Osaki
  • Rinkai Line
  • Tokyo
    Teleport
  • Shibuya
  • Yamanote Line
  • Osaki
  • Rinkai Line
  • Tokyo
    Teleport
  • Ginza
  • Ginza Line
  • Shimbashi
  • Yurikamome
  • Aomi

Access from Narita and Haneda Airports

( From Narita Airport - Train )
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Narita
    Express
  • Shinagawa
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Osaki
  • Rinkai
    Line
  • Tokyo
    Teleport
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Keisei
    Skyliner
  • Nippori
  • Yamanote
    Line
  • Osaki
  • Rinkai
    Line
  • Tokyo
    Teleport
( From Haneda Airport - Train )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Tokyo Monorail
  • Tennozu
    Isle
  • Rinkai Line
  • Tokyo
    Teleport
( From Narita Airport - Limousine bus )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • For the Odaiba and Ariake Areas
  • Palette Town

Laforet Harajuku

Laforet Harajuku

  • Ginza line (Omotesando Station) Exit A2 → 7 minute walk
  • Hanzomon line(Omotesando Station) Exit A2 → 7 minute walk
  • Chiyoda Line (Meiji-jingumae Station) Exit A5 → 1 minute walk
  • Fukutoshin (Meiji-jingumae Station) Exit A5 → 1 minute walk
  • Yamanote Line (Harajuku Station) Omotesando gate → 5 minute walk
Laforet Harajuku(Google Maps)

Access from Major Areas of Tokyo

  • Tokyo
  • Marunouchi Line
  • Shinjuku
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Shinjuku
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Shibuya
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Ginza
  • Ginza Line
  • Omotesando
  • Chiyoda Line
  • Meiji-
    jingumae

Access from Narita and Haneda Airports

( From Narita Airport - Train )
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Narita Express
  • Shibuya
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Narita
    Airport
  • Keisei Skyliner
  • Nippori
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
( From Haneda Airport - Train )
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Tokyo Monorail
  • Hamamatsu
    cho
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku
  • Haneda
    Airport
  • Keikyu Line
  • Shinagawa
  • Yamanote Line
  • Harajuku

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