The Tokyo International Art Fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustration and multi media artworks by award-winning and…
Opened in 2007, the Tokyo Midtown complex contains offices, shops, restaurants, as well as the Suntory Museum of Art.
Roppongi Hills is one of the most famous commercial complexes in Tokyo. It opened in 2003 to much fanfare and is today the centrepiece of the wider Roppongi re-development housing shops, restaurants, a cinema, the Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Mori Art Museum, and the Tokyo City View observation deck.
Tokyo International Film Festival
10-day film festival to promote new films and up-and-coming directors. Typically there have been about 1,500 entries from…
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
Art and design space/venue created by architect Tadao Ando and fashion designer Issey Miyake.
Roppongi Art Night
Art weekend which was first held in 2009. Each year brings with it a different theme (e.g. 2019’s…
Roppongi Hills Christmas Market
The Roppongi Hills Christmas Market returns to Oyane Plaza (the roofed area when you walk around the building…
Roppongi Hills Craft Sake Week
The artisan sake event returns this year with 100 producers participating over the course of 10 days. There…
Tokyo Midtown Blossom
150 cherry blossom trees which are lit up in different colours as the trees come into bloom. Various events…
Tokyo City View Observation Deck
Observation deck on the 52nd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. It also has a “Skydeck” (outside, rooftop observation deck) offering 360° views of the city.
Suntory Museum of Art
Art museum exhibiting works based on “Lifestyle Art”.
National Art Center
The National Art Center has no permanent exhibitions; instead its 14,000 square meters of floor space are used for temporary exhibitions ranging from paintings and photography to works by clothing designers.