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Updated: March 22, 2022
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Spend a few hours exploring a sophisticated mix of shopping, galleries, residence and a luxury hotel in the heart of the Roppongi arts district. Almost a city unto itself, the Tokyo Midtown complex has green spaces, international restaurants and everything its well-heeled customers might need, from chic homewares to a stylish supermarket.
The main shopping mall is a softly lit space with generous lounges, international restaurants and a wide range of stores, from every-day essentials like Muji and Uniqlo to luxury jewelers. Visit Precce, supermarket for picnic supplies to take to the park behind the complex, grab a coffee at DEAN & DELUCA or dine on the terrace overlooking Midtown Garden. On sunny weekends you may find yoga classes or design-related events in the gardens, while winter sees a popular pop-up ice rink.
Inside the shopping complex, the Suntory Museum of Art focuses on traditional works in a beautiful, modern space with sweeping city views. Midtown Garden's 21_21 Design Site was designed by architect Tadao Ando with a mission to explore design and architecture through thought-provoking displays. In front of the main building, Fujifilm Square hosts free photography exhibitions. For drinks or dining with a view, head up to the Ritz Carlton Hotel on the 45th floor. On a clear day, you can see Mt Fuji.
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