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An urban oasis that has evolved alongside a long history, a blend of the old and the new.
The Mohri Garden in Roppongi Hills is an oasis in the city, a place to relax amidst the hustle and bustle of glamorous tourist spots. The Mohri Garden has its roots in the upper residence of the Mohri family, the lords of Chofu Domain, built during the Edo period. In the Meiji period, it became the residence of Rokuichiro Masushima, the founder of Chuo University, after World War II it was the Tokyo factory of Nikka Whisky, and then it was acquired by TV Asahi. In 2003, it was developed into its current form when Roppongi Hills opened.
Within the vast 4,300 square meter premises is a Japanese garden for strolling around, featuring a pond, waterfalls, streams, and rivers. The symbol tree, a large ginkgo tree 25 meters high, as well as cherry trees and maple trees, are arranged in the garden. You can enjoy cherry blossom viewing in spring and autumn leaves in the fall.
In addition, there are many attractions, such as the public art piece "Kin no Kokoro" by Jean-Michel Othoniel, which was installed to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Roppongi Hills and Mori Art Museum, and the descendants of the medaka fish, known as "space medaka", which were born as a result of an experiment conducted by Chiaki Mukai and others in the space shuttle "Columbia" in 1994.
The garden has its roots in a daimyo (feudal lord) garden from the Edo period.
Garden stones used since the Edo period and protected trees transplanted during redevelopment remain.
Pay attention to public art by contemporary artists and "space medaka".
Frequently Asked Questions have been vetted and answered directly by each listing.
Do you have signs or pamphlets in foreign languages? (If you do, which languages are available?)
We support Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean.
Is free Wi-Fi available in the area?
Hills Wi-Fi is available
Are coin lockers available?
There are a total of 266 coin lockers (small, medium, and large) throughout Roppongi Hills.
Please check the coin locker section on the reference website.
Are there restrooms?
In addition to men's and women's restrooms on the B2 floor of Hillside near Mohri Garden, we also have "children's toilets" and "multipurpose toilets" for children to use.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
- No holidays
- 7:00am - 11:00pm
(1) About 1 minute on foot from Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
(2) About 5 minutes on foot from Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)