Q. Are there any restaurants or cafés?

A. The 52nd floor features a cafe and a restaurant offering various drinks and specially prepared sweets, light meals, and alcoholic beverages. Here you can enjoy views from the 52nd floor amid the lingering atmosphere of the Art Museum and Gallery.
The restaurant is a space where diners can enjoy cuisine in an atmosphere of art. Be sure to stop by.

Q. Are there any smoking sections?

A. Both the observation deck on the 52nd floor and the Mori Art Museum on the 53rd floor are non-smoking areas. Smokers are asked to use the smoking areas inside Roppongi Hills.

Q. Can I take a photograph using a camera stand?

A. Yes; however, we may ask you to refrain from using camera stands on allover the Sky Deck, the rooftop, and in the indoor observatory deck on the 52th floor:

  1. when the area is crowded with people (such as during a fireworks festival or a similar event), or when a large crowd is expected,
  2. when we are holding a special event on the 52nd floor,
  3. when taking pictures will create problems for other visitors (e.g. long photo sessions, blocking the area, interrupting the flow of people, using large equipment, hidden cameras, etc.),
  4. when the activity is for business purposes; when you are taking photographs of group activities for a purpose other than pleasure, or when we otherwise ask you not to use a camera stand. (Photo-shoot activities for these purposes require our permission in advance. Please contact us for details.)
    We may also ask you to refrain from using a camera stand when it might generally endanger safety within our facility.

Q. Am I allowed to enjoy the Observatory with my pet?

A. We ask that you refrain from bringing your pet inside the Mori Tower.
(All guide dogs, hearing assistance dogs, and other assistance dogs are exempt and will be allowed.)

Q. Are coin lockers available?

A. Lockers are available on the 52nd floor for visitors to both the Mori Art Museum and the Mori Arts Center Gallery.

Note:There are a limited number of lockers.
(Number of lockers: 210 booths; size: 357 × 453 × 317 mm; system: coin-operated [100 yen])
Coin lockers also are available for a fee inside Roppongi Hills.

Coin lockers also are available for a fee inside Roppongi Hills.
See this webpage for details.

Q. What items are prohibited in the building?

A. We ask that you refrain from bringing in umbrellas, large bags or luggage, perishable food, and dangerous items such as flammable goods or explosives.

Q. How can I get from the JR Tokyo Station to Roppongi Hills?

A. From Tokyo Station, take the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line to Kasumigaseki Station, or the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Roppongi Station. A concourse connects directly from Exit 1C.
Or take the JR Yamanote Line (or Keihin-Tohoku Line) from Tokyo Station to Yurakucho Station, then take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Roppongi Station. A concourse connects directly from Exit 1C.
See here for the route from Roppongi Station to the entrance to the observation deck.

Q. Can you tell me the way from Haneda Airport?

A. Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station or the Toei Oedo Line to Roppongi Station, then walk four minutes from Exit 3.

Q. Is there a designated parking area for buses?

A. No, there is no parking area for buses inside Roppongi Hills.
We have a parking area for buses located 5 minutes away by car.
Bus parking must be booked in advance. Please download the application form for bus parking and fax it to us.

Q. Can we make a group reservation?

A. Yes. We accept group reservations of 15 or more from three months in advance until 8:00 p.m. of the day before the stated arrival date. Please download the application form for a group reservation and fax it to us.

  Adults Age 65 and above Students (high school, college, and university) Children (from 4 yrs. of age to jr. high school students)
Regular Price 1,800yen 1,500yen 1,200yen 600yen
Group Price (15 or more) 1,500yen 1,400yen 1,100yen 600yen
Group Price (100 or more) 1,400yen 1,300yen 1,000yen 600yen

Q. Will the facility shake severely during an earthquake?

A. Mori Tower uses a state-of-the-art vibration damping structure that dampens shaking in the upper floors to roughly the same levels as the lower and middle floors, not just in the case of small or medium-sized earthquakes or swaying due to wind, but in the event of major earthquakes of the same general class as the Great Hanshin Earthquake.