Tokyo Midtown

Sightseeing information about Tokyo Midtown in Japan.

Tokyo Midtown4.2

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This upscale 'microcity' complex is a nexus of Roppongi, where cultural trends in the world flock together. The tower building with 59 floors including 5 underground levels stands at 248m, soaring as the highest skyscraper in Tokyo. The complex has office spaces, 130 shops, art museums including the Santory Museum of Art and the luxury hotel Ritz Carlton Tokyo, complete with a decent park.

The two major touristy areas are a section of shops and restaurants where you can indulge in high-end fashion and sophisticated cuisine, and a greenery section that is abundant of leafy trees and seasonal flowers. The night illumination is a must-see, particularly during the cherry-blossom viewing and year-end holiday seasons. This is a good place to get a feel of dignified glitz of Roppongi after dark.

Purposelet's go for a drink,now this is Japanese cuisine,couple,Gourmet,surreal&cool,fashion,night view,women,if you are free,let's go,cherry blossom viewing,sightseeing,shopping
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 13.8km) Google Transit


5.0a month ago

It’s a high end shopping mall. Majority of goods are fashion. It’s very clean, spacious, easy to walk around. Of course there are coffee shop, restaurants and eating places. It’s also close to subway station that connects to other local attractions. Highly recommended to go there. I love it.

5.02 months ago

High end, luxury shopping mall with gorgeous interior design and tons of famous, good restaurants. It's entirely spacious if you compare with other department stores in Tokyo. Easy to access from Subway system. There is a tunnel links to Subway station. They also provided plenty of chairs so you could rest sore legs after tiresome shopping.

5.02 months ago

Tokyo is an amazing city. Efficient, clean and buzzing with the exotic. After growing up in New York and London, this city does not lag behind. All signs are in English, the metro and train systems are more efficient than the West. Great variety of food and a Starbucks in every corner!

5.04 months ago

Possibly my favorite shopping complex in Tokyo. It’s directly connected to the subway station for easy access. Very spacious and open so you would rarely feel it’s too packed. A ton of dining options. Gorgeous interior design and super clean bathrooms. And they always have special events (e.g. summer / winter illuminations) that are free and open to the public. Really beautiful at night. Good place for walks / quiet place to sit and catchup with friends.

5.05 months ago

Wonderfully designed, very upscale shopping experience that has something for everyone. Good casual food selection on B1 and a large number of really nice cafes and restaurants on the upper floors. The eclectic shops have a stunning selection of interesting Japanese and imported items. This wonderful building and complex is so much nicer than the usual (boring) shopping/eating experiences.
The grounds and gardens surrounding the buildings are worth a visit, and a picnic, on their own.
Overall, the nicest shopping mall experience in Tokyo and a worthy destination for a day in central Tokyo. Highly recommended.

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