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  • Tokyo Toranomon Hills

  • Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Roof Structure Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Toranomon Hills Tower Garden

  • Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Tokyo Toranomon Hills

  • Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Universe 29 Art Work Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Floating Colors Art Work Toranomon Hills Tower

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  • Arbol Restaurant Toranomon Hills Tower

  • Restaurant Toranomon Hills Tower

  • New Toranomon Mascot And Doraemon

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Facts & Figures

Toranomon Hills is a huge redeveloment project of the Shimbashi-Toranomon area. The skyscraper complex was built by the construction giant Mori Building. The same company was resonsible for many outstanding projects all over Tokyo like the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and Omotesando Hills. The height of the Toranomon Hills building is 247m. It consists of 52 floors and 5 basement levels with an total floor area of 244,305 square meters. This makes it the second-tallest skyscraper in the city after Midtown Tokyo. The complex offers a mixture of office spaces, conference halls, restaurants, shops, ANDAZ TOKYO hotel and luxury apartments. The landmark building along the new Loop Road No. 2 is a must-see for modern architecture lovers. To promote this new facility a mascot was created with the name Toranomon. I think you will find similarities with the comic hero Doraemon (last pic in the gallery:).

History

Toranomon Hills was designed by Nihon Sekkei. The construction phase took from 2011 till 2014 for an price tag of appr. 230 billion yen. It was opened for the public on the 11th of June 2014.

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Toranomon Hills is located within Minato-ku (ward) in Tokyo.
Address: 23 Toranomon 1 cho-me, Minatoku, Tokyo

How to get to Toranomon Hills?

  • 11min from Shinbashi Station along the JR Yamanote Line
  • 5min from Ginza Line Toranomon subway station Exit 1
  • 6min from Hibiya Line Kamiyacho subway station Exit 3
  • 8min from Mita Line Uchisaiwaicho subway station Exit A3
  • 8min from Kasumigaseki subway station Exit A12

Sightseeing spots

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Modern Art & Design - enter the bulding and you are surrounded by modern art by Satoshi Uchiumi, Zhan Wang, Sun K.Kwak and Toru Kamiya

beautiful Atrium - the atrium is full with restaurants with an large garden space attached to it, perfect place to relax

Festival & Events (dates can change without notice)

August

Azabu-Juban Matsuri (3rd weekend in August)
The Azabu-Juban festival belongs to the most famous summer festivals in Tokyo. Nearly 10000 vistors enjoying every year brass band parades, dance performances, traditional Japanese food and many more entertainment programs.

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