It is recommended to buy tickets online as long as 73 yuan/person (but a few days in advance), or buy a double ticket 160 yuan to book on the same day, and another 500 yen on site to go to the rooftop sky deck (must go! Nothing! The night view is the most beautiful when covered by glass 💗), the most cost-effective. It's just that you need to get the voucher for the ticket first, and then go to the front desk to exchange the ticket. The instructions on the spot are very clear and you will not find it. The admission ticket of Roppongi Hills includes the admission ticket for the 53-story Mori Art Museum, which is very cost-effective. On the day we went there happened to be exhibiting Yantian Chiharu's work. Although I didn't know the artist, I was shocked by the overwhelming wool (yes, wool 😂) when we walked into the scene!
Although the new landmark of Shibuya opened last year, it has a more spectacular and open sightseeing perspective, but the sightseeing in Roppongi is very close to Tokyo Tower, which is even more fascinating at first glance. You can drink coffee while watching the night view in Roppongi, and you can take a walk around Tokyo Tower and rest. Looking at the romantic feeling, Tokyo Tower can sit on it for a long time.
Very Good place to be and exact as Trip.com says it is.
This is one of my personal favorites in terms of towers and high places in Tokyo where you can get an incredible view of Tokyo's skyline. Visit at sunset for some added romance. On good days, you can even get out to the heli-pad which lends a whole new perspective to Tokyo. The heli-pad viewing is not for the faint of heart or those who have a terrible fear of heights.
Nice area for business travel. My hotel was connected to business buildings and lots of places to eat. Really liked this city.
Great place to get a sense of the city, as Roppongi Hills is situated on a hill overlooking the city and Tokyo Tower. The Roppongi area used to be the base of SCAP following WWII, and you can still see the impact of the American presence there. Go to the Observation Deck of Mori Building. Also - There are a host of delicious restaurants in and around Roppongi Hills.