Tokyo Midtown 東京ミッドタウン
A self-contained playground for leisure, dining, shopping and art
Towering over Roppongi , this urban complex is composed of a large park and six buildings, with art spaces, gardens and galleries spread throughout.
The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo occupies the top floors of the Midtown building—the tallest hotel in the city
The Suntory Museum of Art is a great place to visit and discover the beauty in everyday life
How to Get There
Centrally located and accessible by Tokyo Metro from several areas around the city.
Direct access from Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Oedo Line. From Nogizaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line it is just a few minutes on foot.
A landmark building in the heart of Roppongi
It's almost impossible to explore the Roppongi and Akasaka area without bumping into Tokyo Midtown, a 569,000-square-meter multi-use development in the heart of Akasaka. When the construction finished in 2007, the building was the tallest building in Tokyo. Essentially a city within a city, Tokyo Midtown's shopping and dining complex attracts visitors from far and wide.
A feast for the senses
Today the space houses corporate offices, residences, restaurants, high-end shops and a hotel, and is filled with art in the form of sculptures and small museums. Explore the many shops, which range from fashion to "concept stores," Japan-made products and interior design.
21_21 Design Sight , constructed by Tadao Ando and Associates in collaboration with Issey Miyake, exhibits contemporary works of art and photography, and hosts a variety of art and design programs.
There is also the Suntory Museum of Art , Tokyo Midtown Design Hub, and a selection of sculptures, paintings and other public works of art waiting to be discovered around every corner.
Green spaces and winter activities
Also keeping a connection with nature, nestled behind the building is a green space which includes Hinokicho Park, a peaceful Japanese-style garden. During the winter, there's a skating rink and romantic seasonal illuminations.