These are the top three photo spots that you shouldn't miss when you take photos in Roppongi! All of them are inside or close to Roppongi Hills, so you can easily snap the perfect shot while exploring the many shops and restaurants. Due to these spots being very popular, our tip is to visit them when less people are around, for example during the weekday, in the morning or at night.
A Sophisticated Shopping Street
Keyakizaka Dori, running through the middle of Roppongi Hills, is a street where luxurious international brand names line up along dozens of beautiful zelkova trees. Known for its elegant and sophisticated design, the night view of Keyakizaka Dori is especially beautiful when the entire street is lit up. From on top of the hills, you can even see the Tokyo Tower in the distance.
The Spider in Roppongi Hills that Catches Everyone's eye!
At 66 Plaza, an entrance to Roppongi Hills, you will encounter a huge spider called Maman which can be called Roppongi's most famous public art. It is a creation of Louise Bourgeois, a French artist, and the sculpture is about 10m high. This charismatic spider is undoubtedly one of the most popular photo spots in Roppongi Hills, so don't miss out on the perfect shot of Maman!
- Address 6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-6108
A Panoramic View of Tokyo
Tokyo City View is an observation deck located inside Roppongi Hills, offering a magnificent cityscape of Tokyo. The admission fee is 1,800 yen and you can access the Sky Deck on the rooftop for an additional 500 yen. By presenting your Tokyo City View ticket, you'll get discounts at certain restaurants in Roppongi Hills, so don't miss out on this great photo opportunity.
Tokyo City ViewTokyo City View 東京シティビュー
- Address Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-6108
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