Under Attention from the TV Series "Roppongi Class!" Proposing a Date Course When Coming to Roppongi For the First Time
[9:00] Start the day with a visit to "Tenzo Shrine" to pray for good luck on today's date!
Ryusa Shinmei Miya Tenzu Shrine
This shrine is a company that continues from the Nanbokucho era (year 1384). It is called "Dragon Light" from the story that the Dragon gave the lantern Akira from the Shinagawa offing every night, and "Ryuakari" is heard, and this ground is called "Ryusa (Ryu)", and the name of the shrine was called "Ryusa Shinmei gu". In addition, we are enshrines the seven lucky gods Fukurokuju of the Ichifuku Inari Shrine of Suesha. Fukurokuju is open niche only on the third of the new Year.
[10:00] Spend an artistic time at "Fujifilm Square
Of the four zones in the building, "FUJIFILM Photo Salon Tokyo" is a photography gallery that holds a variety of special exhibitions at different times of the year. The wide range of exhibits, both professional and amateur, from world-class photographers to up-and-coming photographers and award-winning works from public competitions, make this an attractive spot.
Fujifilm Square/Tokyo Midtown
Fujifilm Square is composed mainly of two photographic exhibition spaces. Gallery Photois collects photos from a variety of fields and organizes an elaborate exhibition every month. In the Fujifilm Photo Salon, we held a photo exhibition by a professional photographer from a work exhibition. Enjoy the encounter with pictures that resonate with your heart in two spaces where you will see the excitement of the photo.
Suntory Museum of Art
Since opening in 1961, the Suntory Museum of Art has communicated "the beauty of everyday life" to people through charming exhibitions of paintings, pottery, lacquer work, glass etc. The museum, with its exterior covered with white porcelain louvers (vertical lattices) in an environment brimming with greenery, allows you to encounter and discover new beauty in a modern Japanese space designed by Kengo Kuma.
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
A venue that focuses on everyday things, sharing its ideas and suggestions. It is run by the three designers Issey Miyake, Taku Satoh and Naoto Fukasawa. In addition to exhibitions, it holds talks and workshops, allowing people to experience the joy of design. The building was designed by Tadao Ando, apparently with Issey Miyake's "one piece of cloth" concept in mind.
Tokyo Midtown Design Hub
It is a base of the design network operated by three organizations responsible for design promotion, function, and research and education. We connect people through exhibitions and seminars that present a perspective on the lives and society of the next generation, and think about the future together through design.
[12:00] Lunch with a garden view at the Terrace Restaurant in Tokyo Midtown
Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule Tokyo Midtown
[15:00] Test drive the car of your dreams at "Mercedes Me Tokyo"!
Mercedes Me Tokyo (Roppongi)
Gallery (Trial Station), EQ House 11AM~6PM
Downstairs Coffee 8AM~8PM (last order at 19:30)
*Shortened business hours. Please check the official website for the latest hours.
Closed: No holidays
Official website: https://www.mercedesme.jp
[17:00] Roppongi Hills Observation Deck "Tokyo City View" for a spectacular view of the pride of Minato City!
"Roppongi Hills" is an expansive 12.0 hectare site, which is about 8 times the space that Tokyo Dome covers. It features shopping areas and restaurants, as well as art galleries, movie theaters, apartments, offices, a park, and much more. Mori Tower has 52 floors and extends 250m above sea level. It has a 360-degree glass observation deck called "Tokyo City View", and the "Sky Deck" above that offers a wide open space with a complete panoramic view of Tokyo's cityscape.
Mori Art Museum/Roppongi Hills
The Mori Art Museum is located on the 53rd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. With a focus on contemporary art, it has various public education programs and exhibition plans that transcend genre, creating a new form of art museum. Other than on Tuesdays, it stays open relatively late, so it can even be enjoyed after work. Visitors may also enter the Tokyo City View observatory with the same ticket.