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Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

Next to Hibiya Park, this Landmark has Popular Shops and the Largest Cinema in Tokyo’s City Center

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Commercial complex

Taking the lead in modernization, Hibiya is known as Tokyo’s center of international business as well as arts and culture. Tokyo Midtown Hibiya complex stands as the landmark of this area.
The towers extending from 4 floors underground to 35 floors aboveground have offices on the upper floors. From the 1st basement floor to the 7th floor, about 60 unique shops are open for business.
Along with a selection of eateries offering cuisines from Japan and all over the world, the 4th and 5th floors house the largest cinema in central Tokyo. The Park View Garden on the 6th floor is a popular spot overlooking panoramic views of Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace.
With walls illuminated in an overall creamy base tone, the understated ambience drawn out by this décor encourages adults to make an excursion out there.

Highlights

  • The art displays spreading out on the 1st floor Atrium and the Arcade on the 1st basement floor have made Hibiya famous as the holy ground of arts and culture.
  • A complete lineup of eateries featuring gourmet Japanese, Chinese and Western cuisine await you. .
  • From the 6th floor Park View Garden, take in sweeping views of Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace as well as central Tokyo.

Photos

  • The Exterior

    The Exterior

  • The 6th floor : Park View Garden

    The 6th floor : Park View Garden

  • The 1st floor :  Atrium

    The 1st floor : Atrium

Reviews

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  • 瑋芸

    設計新穎有質感的購物中心,戶外大露台可以看到附近的街景。

  • 鄭鈺宇

    3樓宮川町水簾日本料理店,把食物口感與藝術結合在一,很棒的美食饗宴。

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Details

Name in Japanese
東京ミッドタウン日比谷
Postal Code
100-0006
Address
1-1-2 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-5157-1251
Business Hours
Shops: 11:00am-9:00pm
Restaurants: 11:00am-11:00pm
* Business hours differ depending on the tenant
Closed
January 1st
Access
(1)Directly connected to Hibiya Station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda and Hibiya Lines, and the Toei Mita Line
(2)About 5 minutes on foot from Exit Hibiya or Ginza of Yurakucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line and JR Keihin-Tohoku Line
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)