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Roppongi offers an exciting mix of entertainment, shopping, and dining.

Visit Roppongi

Roppongi offers an exciting mix of entertainment, shopping, and dining that make it a favorite destination for tourists, other visitors and Tokyoites. From the upscale Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown shopping centers to the bustling entertainment area near Roppongi Crossing that’s lined with bars and nightclubs, there’s something for everybody in this popular neighborhood. Sports fans will be happy to know that there are plenty of bars in Roppongi where they can catch live games and matches of many varieties.


Access from Narita Airport to Roppongi Station

・Keisei Access Express to Daimon Station; Change to the Oedo Line and go to Roppongi Station (about 1h 30min.)

Access from Haneda Airport to Roppongi Station

・Keikyu Airport Express to Daimon Station; Change to the Oedo Line and go to Roppongi Station (about 45 min.)

Things To Do


  • Mori Art Museum

    Roppongi - Art

    Mori Art Museum

    The critically acclaimed Mori Art Museum hosts a wide variety of original exhibitions, many of which are based on contemporary themes and focused on established figures and up-and-coming artists from Japan and around the world.

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  • The National Art Center, Tokyo

    Roppongi - Art

    The National Art Center, Tokyo

    The National Art Center (NACT) features one of the largest exhibition spaces in Japan. The building is a stunning structure designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa. The NACT also sports a restaurant, three cafes and a museum shop.

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Nature & Park

  • Hinokicho Park

    Roppongi - Nature & Park

    Hinokicho Park

    A few minutes’ walk from central Roppongi, Hinokicho Park provides a small oasis from the bustle of the city. The green space includes waterfalls, lake, and many places to sit and relax.

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  • The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum

    Roppongi - Nature & Park

    The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum

    The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum’s lawn, Japanese garden and the European garden are all spacious, public areas that change with the seasons. Adult entry is only ¥200.

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  • 0% (non-alcohol cocktail bar)

    Roppongi - Nightlife

    0% (non-alcohol cocktail bar)

    Known for its nightlife, Roppongi is home to a huge variety of bars and nightclubs. 0% is an alcohol-free bar that offers trendy cocktails for those who want to experience the atmosphere, without the fuzzy head!

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  • Sports Bar: <a href="/sports_bars/#sports-bar_hobgoblin">Hobgoblin</a>

    Roppongi - Nightlife

    Sports Bar: Hobgoblin

    In Roppongi there is a wide variety of sports bars, including Legends Sports Bar, Hobgoblin and HUB. They’re great places to watch Rugby matches!


  • Uzumako Ceramic Art School

    Roppongi - Experience

    Uzumako Ceramic Art School

    Japan is known for its delicate and distinctive ceramics, and at Uzumako Ceramic Art School, in Shiba, you can try your hand at throwing and sculpting your own. The school offers a variety of classes, all held in English. The small class sizes allow all participants to receive plenty of support from the instructors.

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  • Musashi Ninja Clan

    Roppongi - Experience

    Musashi Ninja Clan

    The ninja is a historical Japanese icon that is known worldwide. They would be hired by lords and execute their missions in secrecy. Try throwing some shuriken, or ninja stars, and feel like a ninja yourself!

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  • True Japan Tour Karate Experience

    Roppongi - Experience

    True Japan Tour Karate Experience

    Originally based on Chinese combat, karate was developed in Japan as a martial art that doesn't rely on weapons (karate means “empty hand” in Japanese). The program teaches both karate skills and the creed of the dojo.



For more insights on how to get the most out of your time in Roppongi, make sure to visit GO TOKYO.

In Roppongi and not sure where to eat? Check out EAT TOKYO, which features comprehensive listings of restaurants by location, type of cuisine and more.