Get VIP Roppongi Hills Mori Tower tickets to skip the long entry lines, with fast-track access to the modern art exhibitions of the Mori Art Museum (MAM), and breathtaking views of the city from the Sky Deck and Tokyo City View observation deck.
General information: - The Tokyo City View Observatory and the Sky Deck may be closed without prior notice in case of special events. - For your safety, the Sky Deck will be closed in case of strong wind, rain or snowfall, upcoming thunderstorms, excessive heat or smog. Activity Rules: - As of June 2020, COVID-19 prevention measures are in place, such as ensuring that guests observe social distancing, enhanced disinfection procedures, provision of hand sanitizers, and e-payment options. - Entry to exhibitions, facilities, and elevators may be restricted to a limited number of visitors at a time, and numbered tickets (to be distributed on the day) may be issued to control traffic - The following facilities will be closed in 2021: Mori Art Museum (January 4–April 21, 2021), Tokyo City View and Sky Deck (January 12–April 22, 2021), and Mori Arts Center Gallery (January 12–April 22, 2021) - Children aged 0–3 can enter free of charge - Some exhibitions may require an additional fee; your ticket does not include access to these special exhibitions General Information - The Tokyo City View Observatory and the Sky Deck may be closed without prior notice in case of special events. - For your safety, the Sky Deck will be closed in case of strong wind, rain or snowfall, upcoming thunderstorms, excessive heat or smog.
The 238-meter tall Mori Tower stands in the middle of the upscale Roppongi Hills commercial complex and is one of the tallest buildings in Tokyo. While most of the building is occupied by office space, the first few floors offer visitors a wide variety of restaurants and shops, while the top few floors house an observation deck and a contemporary art museum featuring world-class exhibitions that change periodically. Located at the top of the Mori Tower, the Tokyo City View observation deck sports high ceiling and glass walls that extend all the way around the building, providing fantastic views of the entire city. This is a perfect place to take in the massiveness of the Tokyo metropolis. Gleaming in the distance, you can see Shinjuku, Tokyo Tower, Odaiba, Shinagawa, the Rainbow Bridge, and many other Tokyo landmarks. This beautiful canvas changes color at night time, creating a unique landscape when the city lights come to life. Above the observation deck lies the Sky Deck, an open-air rooftop deck that can be enjoyed when the weather is good. You can drop by one of the cafes in the building and soak in the view while enjoying your favorite drink. All tickets for Tokyo City View include access to the Mori Art Museum, a modern art museum open until late at night. The Museum features mainly modern art exhibitions in a variety of genres, including fashion, architecture, design, photography, and video. Besides the main exhibitions, you can also see exhibits from: • The MAM Collection The collection of the Mori Art Museum focused on contemporary art from Japan and across Asia currently consists of around 400 works. The MAM Collection is a diverse series of thematic exhibitions to showcase this collection. • MAM Screen The amount of video installations utilizing multiple media has continued to grow since the birth of video art in the 1960s. The MAM Screen program meanwhile, highlights single-channel video works from around the world. These works are screened daily for the duration of the relevant exhibition, allowing visitors to view the works in a concentrated fashion at their own leisure. • MAM Research Asian and Japanese contemporary art is one of the Mori Art Museum’s main focuses. However, ‘Asia’ covers a wide territory, making it challenging to form an overall picture of it. The MAM Research series focuses on individual artists, curators, art institutions and movements throughout Asia. By doing this, the series seeks to explore the multi-layered social, political, and economic backgrounds that gave rise to Asian contemporary art, and to shed light on their historical contexts. The series is not limited to ‘artworks’, also presenting materials including photographs, videos, texts, and historical records. • MAM Project The MAM Project is a series of experimental programs by the Mori Art Museum, produced in collaboration with artists from around the world. And while you're at Mori Tower, you might want to also see the special exhibitions at Mori Arts Center Gallery! The rotating exhibitions on the 52nd floor are always worth checking out (additional fee depending on exhibition). **About VIP Tickets** • Only available from Rakuten Travel Experiences! • Skip the line and get instant access to the facilities - Access to 52nd-floor observation deck 'Tokyo City View' - Get free and preferential access to several exhibitions at Tokyo City View - Includes access to the rooftop Sky Deck (usual cost: 500 JPY) - Access to 53rd-floor Mori Art Museum (some exhibitions may require an additional fee) - The 52nd-floor Mori Arts Center Gallery requires additional payment depending on the exhibit 2021 closures: - Mori Art Museum: January 4–April 21, 2021 - Tokyo City View and Sky Deck: January 12–April 22, 2021 - Mori Arts Center Gallery: January 12–April 22, 2021 General Information - The Tokyo City View Observatory and the Sky Deck may be closed without prior notice in case of special events. - For your safety, the Sky Deck will be closed in case of strong wind, rain or snowfall, upcoming thunderstorms, excessive heat or smog.
1. Book your tickets for your preferred date of visit 2. Choose whether to collect your tickets at our office, or have them delivered to your hotel or home in Japan (see "Ticket Delivery and Pickup" below for details) 3. Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email; please note that this does not serve as your entry ticket 4. As your booking date approaches, you will receive further messages about # Ticket Delivery or Pickup **1. Standard Delivery** Standard delivery is included in the ticket price. We will deliver to your hotel or home in Japan; if hotel delivery is selected, tickets will be available for pickup from the concierge when you check in. For home delivery, please provide your address during checkout. For hotel delivery, please provide the following information during checkout: - Hotel name - Full name used for your reservation - Check-in date Please note: - We need at least 3 business days for delivery. If you book within 3 days of your visit, or if we don't get your hotel information or home address in time, you'll need to collect from our Tokyo office. **2. Ticket Pickup at our Office** If you are booking within 3 days of the ticket date, or simply prefer to pick up your tickets, you may collect them from our office in Tokyo (Yurakucho).