Tokyo Midtown

As an Oasis of Greenery in the Heart of Tokyo, this Complex City Offers a High Quality of Life


Shopping Malls・Restaurants

Tokyo Midtown is a complex “city” featuring 6 buildings and wide spaces of greenery. This complex encompasses a variety of shops, restaurants, offices, green spaces, a hotel and a museum.
Extending mainly from the 1st floor basement to the 3rd floor, shops that are particular about quality and restaurants offering authentic cuisine from both within and beyond Japan are at your disposal in the commercial complex.
With a 4-story atrium boasting a total length of 150 meters and a height of 25 meters, many shops are gathered in the main shopping area, Galleria. Feel the beauty of Japanese “Wa”, or harmony, here.
Fun events are also held in a 4-hectare open space of greenery at the adjacent Hinoki-cho Park in Minato Ward.


  • Boasting a height of 248 meters, the Midtown Tower is a symbol of this district.
  • Open spaces around the grounds feature art with a highly refined sense of design.
  • Eateries from within and beyond Japan are gathered here.
  • Located about 200 meters from Roppongi Crossing in the center of this district, it’s convenient to nearby stations.


  • The Full External View
  • The Exterior
  • The 1st Floor Front Entrance
  • The 1st Floor Entrance Square
  • The Shopping Zone Atrium
  • The Shopping Zone Atrium
  • The 1st Floor Restaurant Zone
  • The 1st Floor Outdoor Square and Monument
  • The Terrace Seats and Grass Lawn as Seen from the Window
  • The Restaurant Zone Sign Board
  • The Lunch Menu from HAL YAMASHITA in the 1st Floor Restaurant Zone


  • 柳芽芽


Basic Information

Name in Japanese
Postal Code
9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours
Shops: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Restaurants: 11:00 am-12:00 am
* Business hours differ depending on the tenant
No scheduled holidays
(1) Directly connected to Exit 8 of Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line
(2) Directly connected by the underground passageway to Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
(3) About 3 minutes on foot from Exit 3 of Nogizaka station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Official Website
Official Website (English)