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This legendary entertainment district and expat haven is long established as a must-visit destination for Tokyo night owls. The neighbourhood bursts to life once the sun goes down, with its appealingly eclectic array of bars, clubs, and restaurants proving a major draw for a young, cosmopolitan crowd. But there’s far more to the area than late night hedonism. The super-sleek Roppongi Hills, an enormous shopping, business, and cultural complex centred around the awe-inspiring Mori Tower, has injected Roppongi with a heavy dose of glamour and affluence. And its multi-national population ensures one of the most diverse dining scenes you’ll find anywhere in Tokyo.

Things to see

A trip up the Mori Tower to the Tokyo City View is a truly thrilling way to get your bearings on arrival. From this incredible, 52nd storey observation deck you can enjoy some of the most spectacular panoramic views the city has to offer. For a small additional fee you can head out onto the roof, for an even better vantage point. Amazingly, your ticket also includes admission to the Mori Art Museum. This cutting-edge gallery is dedicated to showcasing ground-breaking, conceptually daring contemporary art from all over the world. If you’re thirsting for a further cultural fix, head to the nearby National Art Center, Tokyo, which opened in 2007 and swiftly established itself as the city’s premier art museum. It’s worth the journey just to marvel at the incredible, wave-shaped exterior, but it eclectic, ever-rotating programme of temporary exhibitions ensures there’s always something new to check out inside.

Hotels in Roppongi

There’s a fabulous selection of hotels in Roppongi, with something to suit every budget. The area is home to some of the city’s most iconic and lavish luxury hotels, which take full advantage of the desirable central location, and boast decadent facilities like full-service health spas, shimmering swimming pools with killer views of the city skyline, and 24-hour fitness studios. But a trip to Tokyo need not break the bank, as Roppongi is also awash with more modestly priced, mid-range hotels. You can expect to enjoy great perks like a flat-screen TV, and free WiFi and buffet breakfasts.

Where to stay

Stay in Roppongi and you’ll find everything you need for an unforgettable trip, right on your doorstep. The Roppongi Hills complex offers some of Tokyo’s finest upscale shopping, with hundreds of pristine boutiques and department stores, packed to the rafters with the world’s most desirable brand names. Eating out here is also a delight. In addition to all the tempting noodle bars and sushi joints you’d expect, there’s an extraordinary range of international fare on offer, from cheap but outrageously tasty Turkish doner kebabs, to Michelin-starred fine French cuisine. Shibuya is an appealing alternative nearby neighbourhood. It’s a must-visit, if only to marvel at the frenetic, neon-lit Shibuya Junction, arguably the world’s most iconic intersection, and certainly one of the busiest.

How to get to Roppongi

Visitors from overseas will most likely find themselves landing at Narita International Airport. It’s one of the country’s busiest transport hubs, served by regular flights from all over the world, including major cities like London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, and Hong Kong. Once you land, you can easily get into the city centre using the Narita Express or Keisei Sky Liner train services. Reaching Roppongi itself by rail, however, involves switching onto the Hibiya subway line, which is perfectly straightforward once you get your bearings, but may seem a little daunting for first-time, non-Japanese speaking visitors coming straight off a long-haul flight. You may find it easier, therefore, to catch a Limousine Bus from the airport direct to Roppongi, although this may take up to 2 hours in heavy traffic.

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