Tokyo City View Observation Deck (Roppongihills), Tokyo

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Observation Deck · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
On the 52nd floor of an iconic building, Tokyo City View Observation Deck (Roppongihills) offers 360-degree views of the city. Weather conditions permitting, you can also enjoy the view from the open-air deck on the building's rooftop. The top floors of this structure also contain a modern art museum, a worthy attraction equally deserving of your attention. Plan a Tokyo trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • Loved going up to take in the view from the top. On a clear day you can see Mt.Fuji. Really liked the view from here as you can see Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree, Olympic Stadium and of course Mt. Fuji. On a....  more »
  • Very disappointed with my visit to "Tokyo City View". At the bottom level, I was helped by a member of staff to buy a ticket to the City View (up on the 52nd floor) from a ticket machine. I was...  more »
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  • Stunning views of Tokyo and surroundings. I recommend you go there before 5 and stay until 7 ... this way you can use the daylight, photograph the city and often amazing sunset and even the city lights. Love it. The place is all about the view.
  • 100% must see sunset spot in Tokyo! on a nice clear day you can easily see Mt. Fuji in the horizon. Found this place with only an hour to spare before sunset. Luckily got to the top observation roof (which has no windows) with literally minutes to spare. Traffic can be a huge obstacle getting in, make sure you spare time before leaving your previous location. Get off at door A when coming in and club the stairs to the top support desk. Here you can buy tickets to the observation deck (~1000-1200 yen) and an extra 500 yen for the top rooftop (worth the expense) There luckily aren’t any lines when waiting for the elevator so it should be quite easy to go up. There are some shops at the top floor but we skipped them due to time allowance. Was completely worth for the pictures!

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