Photo of 東京ミッドタウン (Tokyo Midtown) in 港区, 東京, JP
Photo of 東京ミッドタウン (Tokyo Midtown) in 港区, 東京, JP
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東京ミッドタウン (Tokyo Midtown)

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suntory museum • the ritz carlton • jean paul hevin • posh area

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  • Photo of retePPeter
    a month ago
    All you expect to see when you visit Tokyo you will see and more. The place is so different to anywhere I have been. Great shops, restaurants, signs, people. Wonderful. And there is a tour that lets you drive go carts around the city streets while dressed in mario and other game characters outfits. Crazy right.
  • Photo of Yuko-Stu
    a month ago
    This upscale shopping and dining area is a Very nice place to visit on a rainy day. There are many very nice stores and also a wide variety of places to eat.
  • Photo of davorc782
    2 months ago
    Great place for a stroll through with family or even solo. Basement level has tons of great food options from baked goods to fancy deserts to sit in restaurants. Upper floors are filled with cool shops with a bit for everyone's taste. It is pricey though so keep that in mind.
  • Photo of MrJohnnySan
    3 months ago
    Beautiful upscale mall with assortment of restaurants and a beautiful park surrounding outside. Free foot onsen if you are into that sort of thing. Manicured zen garden and pond. An oasis in the middle of a big, loud, dirty city.
  • Photo of iaamg
    3 months ago
    Located close to Rappongi Hills this mall has a great garden area that can be enjoyed by all ages. It has a cool "river" that you can sit alongside and dangle your feet in the water to cool off on a hot summer day. A garden cafe offers casual dining and a Smirnoff array of special vodka cocktails. A light show entertains every evening and can easily be viewed from most of the lovely restaurants that overlook this area on every floor. They have a rotation of children's activities on the first floor and a Samsung hands on virtual reality section where you can try out the latest creations. For the shopper in you there is a good array of fashion offerings including many designer stores.
  • Photo of Jane W
    4 months ago
    Perfect place for food when everyone wants something different. The lower ground floor food court had so many choices. Clear picture menus made it even easier.
  • Photo of HaikuSy
    6 months ago
    Easy to get lost in this wonderful jungle. Situated right above the train terminal, going to and fro is a breeze. The stores are complete as far as the needs for the day and a lot more! The usual stores like uniqlo and muji are also found here. Surely you will want to hang out in this area if going outdoor is not an option.
  • Photo of OZS969
    6 months ago
    This is a superb mall in Tokyo. You can find quality stuff in the shops. I liked the details of this mall, this is not an American type.... You can find several restaurants and shops in the basament (-1 level). The quality of the food items are remarkable! The garden behind the mall is nice. A must to visit!
  • Photo of Jupiter81
    6 months ago
    In the heart of Roppongi this stylish and fashionable place is very nice to visit. There all kind of beautiful shops, cafes, restaurants and even a museum. Good to spend sometime if you are in the area.
  • Photo of SoVerySoCal
    7 months ago
    We originally stopped by to check out Godzilla, but ended up with some amazing food finds and shopping at this mall including Maison Kaiser and Dean & Deluca. Although they took down Godzilla and replaced it with Mt. Fuji, we enjoyed hanging out with the locals and seeing the cherry blossoms in full bloom.
  • Photo of ccal15
    7 months ago
    First trip to Tokyo and this was an incredible sight. Our friend who lives in Tokyo brought us here for the Midtown Blossom Festival (we actually missed it the first night we tried because it was after 9pm). However, we came back earlier the next night and the already beautiful cherry blossom trees were gorgeously enchanted by the pink and purple illumination. There was a stand that sold food and drinks and I indulged in a pink glass of rose Martini. The tables were cute and we were given pillows and blankets so we could enjoy the lovely view on a chilly April night. I found it to be very romantic and dream like. There is also a show where images are projected onto a Mt Fuji shaped mound of dirt. It looks incredible at night. If you are here during cherry blossom season, this is a must see hanami spot.
  • Photo of Delicious426
    7 months ago
    Love the eatery in the shopping mall. I found the sake I wanted ! Great clean space ! Done shopping in UniQlo here too.
  • Photo of Luigiluigi13
    7 months ago
    Nice place to walk for windows shopping.. Nice products for tourists and for Japanese,Good restaurants with terrace in the In the cherry season and in the Christmas illumination you have a great view...!!! Inside of midtown you have nice Music shows ...in top you have nice hotel with nice bar ritz Carlton...nice view!! If you like vintage watches there is nice and good shop on the 3f !!!! If you have a car there is vallet service in the hotel or nice and big parking...with electric chargers good
  • Photo of Frederick B
    7 months ago
    Tokyo midtown was our center point as we stayed in roppongi. I like the outside area of Tokyo midtown also if you like the opulent setting you can have drink at the sky bar connected to the hotel. They have restaurants with garden area, also in the backside of the department store they have some interesting art on the garden (or maybe it's actually different exhibitions. Like our last trip we saw some art from students)
  • Photo of JMO73
    7 months ago
    If you're staying in the Roppongi / Minato district then you'll come across this high end shopping mall. Lots of designer brands - as well as the lower end Japanese staples (Muji and Uniqlo). Ample places to eat with all types of cuisine (Japanese, American, French, Korean) and a grocery store. Very convenient to Roppongi Station (exit number 7). It's within walking distance of several museums and has exterior space for you to enjoy the cherry blossoms outside of the 21_21 Design museum. The mall also has a small art installation of local artists near to the Muji store. Some of the shops do not allow you to take photographs in them.
  • Photo of mat_mak
    7 months ago
    It is a large complex constructed by refurbishing old US military base in Roppongi. There are a luxury hotel, shopping mall, contemporary art museums, a concert theater, parks, offices and apartments in the premises. The shopping mall has unique high-end boutiques and famous Japanese deli shops and restaurants.
  • Photo of ScarletAndPeach
    8 months ago
    We were lucky to visit during hanami and experience the cherry blossom blooming and plenty of picnickers. The tower is surrounded by cherry blossoms and has some interesting galleries nearby. The gardens have some decent play equipment which my two year old loved. The shops are midrange to expensive and there is an interesting high class puppy grooming shop which is fascinating to watch.
  • Photo of warren D
    8 months ago
    This is the second tallest building in Tokyo. It houses great shops and restaurants. More important, it is within walking distance of the National Art Center, Nezu Museum, and Mori Art Museum at Roppongi Hills, famed for its hi-end shopping street and an observatory that will give you a spectacular 360 view of Tokyo.
  • Photo of Faby Y
    10 months ago
    great place for who like sculpture can find there some and actually have a exposition there of packaging "Meiji milk" ...
  • Photo of J&S_Singapore
    a year ago
    Midtown is an upscale commercial-office area which may be not on most tourists’ agenda but many dropped by here during Christmas period here to view the much-touted illumination. We went for late afternoon shopping at nearby Rongongii before walking here for the night view. The "Midtown Christmas" involves multiple illumination areas around the Midtown complex. Publicity material states that it will be an original and artistic Christmas experience, with Tokyo Midtown reprises its signature winter display of LED bulbs illuminations. We reached just after 5:30pm which is dark enough. Walking around the premise we noted that there are also various other illuminations around. Upon entering we were greeted by the ‘Welcome Santa Tree’ with a clock hung on the green Christmas tree. It is surrounded by bulbs decorated differing colored trees of green, blue & purple. Fast forward to Midtown Garden where more decorated trees lined the path. Finally the focal point; the 2,000m² Midtown Park Square (behind the complex). It is covered in 280,000 digitally controlled LEDs and themed “A journey through the cosmos”. The spectacular Starlight garden is something you absolutely have to see, as the centerpiece of illuminations projected over the plot pf greenery preserved amid Tokyo's urban area!!! It looks everything of a sci-fi style lighting, centred around a funky-looking 'Vision Dome' complete with regular audiovisual 'mini-shows' in between. There are also searchlights, beaming 100m upward into the airspace to provide a dynamic depiction of the birth of the universe. Forget about the story…. Just go for the visual. Hahaha. What a light and sound treat!!. We stayed for a good 30 mins before making our way home. Really must see.!

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