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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Explore the premiere fashion destination in Omotesando, a neighborhood overflowing with upscale fashion boutiques and immaculately dressed locals. Designed by renowned architect Tadao Ando, Omotesando Hills stretches 250 meters down the neighborhood’s main street. Head inside to find famous overseas fashion labels such as Valentino and Jimmy Choo alongside local designers like Yohji Yamamoto and Jun Hashimoto. A selection of restaurants and cafes offering everything from sushi to burgers are also scattered throughout the facility.
Opened in 2006, the development of Omotesando Hills initially garnered controversy, as it required destroying a historically important block of housing and further commercializing the neighborhood. More than10 years later, the complex is a well-known staple in the area, where it sits in close proximity to flagship stores for Louis Vuitton, and Dior. Though 12 stories tall, the building only rises six stories above the ground, with half of the floors descending into a cavernous atrium below.
Omotesando Hills is the central shopping destination of Omotesando, but a trip to the area wouldn’t be complete without exploring the narrow roads and hidden alleys that make up the backstreets. After shopping at the complex, consider a stroll along these streets, where you’ll find trendy cafes, galleries, and upscale boutiques.
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