Roppongi Hills  Artelligent City: a city that cultivates “open-minded” people.

Office

These office spaces facilitate a variety of business situations because they have outstanding locations and environments, top-quality support facilities, security and the latest specifications.

Roppongi Hills Mori Tower

  • Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
  • Roppongi Hills Mori Tower

Office Space

This is the main tower of Roppongi Hills with 54 floors above ground and a height of 238m. It has become established as a Tokyo landmark. The offices are located on the 8th to 48th floors, and boast a floor area of approximately 1,360 tsubo (approximately 4,500m2) of rental room area per floor, the most spacious in Japan for a super-high rise building. It is a state-of-the-art office building equipped with super-fast networks, outstanding earthquake resistance, and rigorous security. The rooftop deck (the Sky Deck) is open to the general public and there are cultural and educational facilities on the upper floors, including the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo City View (the observation deck), the Roppongi Hills Club and Academyhills. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower has become a symbol of a “Tokyo cultural center.”

Roppongi Hills Gate Tower

  • Roppongi Hills Gate Tower
  • Roppongi Hills Gate Tower

Office Space

This is the entranceway to Roppongi Hills, a leader of culture in the new age. On the first two floors are shops, on floors three to nine are offices, and on floors 10 to 15 are apartments. The various types of floor are designed to overhang each other.

Roppongi Hills North Tower

  • Roppongi Hills North Tower
  • Roppongi Hills North Tower

Office Space

This office building is directly linked to Roppongi Station on the Hibiya Line. The first and second basement floors contain shops.

Keyakizaka Terrace

  • Keyakizaka Terrace
  • Keyakizaka Terrace

This is located at the entrance of the Keyakizaka.
Retail: 1st and 2nd floors
Office: 3rd to 6th floors

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