Mori Art Museum
Tokyo City View
Admission varies but is usually around ¥1500 to ¥1800 for adults, and includes entry to Tokyo City View , on the 52nd floor. There are...
There are observatories atop other tall buildings in town, but none can match Roppongi Hills for its central location and undeniable...
Opened in 2003, Roppongi Hills was the dream of real-estate developer Mori Minoru, who long envisaged a transformation of Roppongi. The...
On the 52nd floor of Mori Tower, the views are indeed stunning from this very cool lounge bar. To get in, you must first pay admission...
52nd fl, Mori Tower, Roppongi Hills, 6-10-1 Roppongi · interesting places nearby
Mori Art Museum information
Perched on the 52nd and 53rd floors of Mori Tower in the Roppongi Hills complex, the high ceilings, broad views and thematic programs of this museum have somehow managed to live up to all the hype. Contemporary exhibits are beautifully presented and run the gamut from Chinese artist-cum-rabble-rouser Ai Weiwei to the theme of medicine and art.
Upstaged by Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo City View on the 52nd floor still has some of the best views in central Tokyo. Weather permitting, the rooftop Sky Deck has open-air views, but lacks a 360-degree panorama due to ventilation systems, which fill the platform with restaurant odours from far below.