A provocative museum, an interesting art night, & the best holiday illuminations in Tokyo
At the top of the Mori Building in Roppongi Hills, catch the latest in Japanese art or spring for a 360 degree view of Tokyo.
Hours: 10:00 – 22:00 (Last entry 21:30), Tuesdays: 10:00 – 17:00 (Last entry 16:30)
Open: Seven days a week, (closes early on Tuesdays), on the day after national holidays, during exhibition installation, and from December 29 – January 3. Open on other holidays.
Admission: Adults: ¥1500, High school & college students: ¥1000, Children (4 – Middle school): ¥500
And later in the year – from mid-November to mid-December – Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown put on truly jaw-dropping holiday light shows.
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Nearby destinations: Ginza, Harajuku, Japan Traditional Craft Center, Kamiya-cho, Sengaku-ji, Shibuya, Yoyogi Park, Zojo-ji Temple
Jonelle Patrick writes mysteries set in Tokyo