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Roppongi Hills 六本木ヒルズ Shopping Malls / Roppongi

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Roppongi Hills is a mixed-use development that opened its doors in 2003, with prestigious tennants like Goldman Sachs, Yahoo! and TV Asahi. The main tower and adjoining buildings house designer boutiques, restaurants, a movie theatre, the Grand Hyatt, and a Japanese garden.

Categories Shopping Malls , Landmarks & Historical Places , Architecture
Nearest Station Roppongi
Address 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Home Page http://www.roppongihills.com (Available in English)

8 Reviews for Roppongi Hills


tokyo lady
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2010-10-19)
  • A complex maze of shops and restaurants that can leave visitors feeling flustered. I frequent this complex in order to visit May's Garden Salon and Estination/Bals. I have become familiar with how to come and go now but it certainly took sometime. So, if you are visiting, be prepared to get lost.

Michele
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2010-04-28)
  • Despite the giant maze that is Roppongi Hills, it's a great shopping area (though Tokyo doesn't seem to have a shortage on them.) It tries to give off a ritzy atmosphere, but in general it just feels like one big crazy mall of surprises. I had a really excellent lunch there, but I can't remember what restaurant I was in. The service was great and our waiter was from Nigeria. Kind of expensive,... Read More

enigmatic
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2009-01-28)
  • Wonderful dreamscape. Every single time I go there I feel like I'm in Disneyland. Everything is immaculate. It feels so space-age. Wonderful restaurants. Good museum. Beautiful view, especially at night. Great luxury shopping as well as affordable boutiques. Oh, and the movie theater is pretty nice, too. If you have a chance, definitely check out the premier seating. Enjoy a beer with yo... Read More

Biki
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2009-01-21)
  • I think it's necessary to have a particular mindset when visiting Roppongi Hills. If it's leisurely window shopping, then this is a great place to go. It's filled with a variety of shops (jewelry, clothing, home deco, restaurants and cafes) and architectural goodies hidden in every corner. But if your with someone who has no interest in such things, Roppongi Hills will become a complex puzzle... Read More

hana
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2008-11-29)
  • I personally did not like it that much.They planned to build whilst bubble economy but after years when the building has been completed, bubble economy was gone! It is not really suitable for this economy and anyway we have too many shopping centre. It consists of housing tower, office tower( many IT office) and shopping tower. I like selections of shop though, it is more for window shopping. T... Read More

Stephe
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2008-11-20)
  • I have never had so much fun getting lost in a mall as I did in Roppongi Hills. Every corridor has something new to discover, and there are excellent shops for every budget. My favorites are definitely the area around the Asahi TV Building, where a very old garden has been resurrected to live again as the green space for this huge complex. It is especially beautiful around Christmas time, when t... Read More

studebaker
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2008-11-18)
  • The lower floors of this place are maze like and difficult to navigate. The hallways wind around with banks of escalators going up one floor and stopping with the next escalator hiding around a corner. Part of the problem is that there are no navigation points and many places inside look similar. The observation floor, mado lounge and the museum are worth checking out and can be accessed withou... Read More

Dedale
  • Roppongi Hills
  • (2008-10-23)
  • I love Roppongi Hills. You have a lot of stores and also plenty of restaurants. You can take the "Gourmet Guide" which is free and give you the location of all the restaurants in Roppongi Hills. You have sometimes some exhibition or animation there and even if the weather is bad, you can go to the theater or make some shopping (for your home, a birthday present or just for yourself). I r... Read More

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