Roppongi

Design that attempts to embody the concept of a city coexisting in harmony with nature

Old Green
Green of tradition and history
New Green
Green of innovation

Based on the concept of “Vertical Garden City,” Roppongi Hills takes advantage city sky and underground to realize a city of high-rise buildings containing public art, greenery and water, with rice fields that offer Japanese original scenery and “Mori Teien,” a garden built with traditional gardening skills. Tokyo Midtown is adopting the traditional style of “Japanese garden” incorporated in the concept of “On the green.” The city is also designed to coexist in harmony with nature.

Photo Spot

Gigantic spider, “Maman” that stands 10m tall attracts attention in Roppongi Hills. If you photograph the spider with the trees in front, the spider appears to be actually emerging from the trees.
Having a meal on the terrace of “Tokyo Midtown” restaurants with a great view of the Midtown Garden. You can get your fill of the nature art gallery where it is hard to decide which is more beautiful, the giant cherry blossoms or camphor trees.
Old meets New
Japanese garden of Hinoki-cho Park.

Something Green

Ceiling of flowing water in Tokyo Midtown. The light shimmers through it.

Roppongi Hills

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Roppongi Subway Sta.(E23,H04)

Tokyo Midtown

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Roppongi Subway Sta.(E23,H04)

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