Roppongi Hills

A one-stop for shopping, dining and entertainment, Roppongi Hills houses various fashion, design and goods stores; Toho Cinemas; the Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel; and a host of restaurants and cafes.

With its strong emphasis on contemporary art, the building is also home to the Mori Art Museum, Mori Arts Center Gallery and a number of public art pieces, including Louise bourgeois' giant "Maman" spider sculpture, Tatsuo Miyajima's digital display "Counter Void" and 12 works of street-art furniture.

The complex often organizes events within its facilities that range from kids' workshops to festival activities, while its Sky Deck, which offers a 360-degree view of Tokyo, and its vast Japanese Mohri Garden are now popular tourist spots of Tokyo.

In line with the nationwide state of emergency declared on April 16, the government is strongly requesting that residents stay at home whenever possible and refrain from visiting bars, restaurants, music venues and other public spaces.