Omotesando Hills, Shibuya

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#38 of 248 in Shopping in Tokyo
Shop for high-end brands and admire the architectural masterpiece of Omotesando Hills, designed by celebrated Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The mall spreads across six stories above ground and six underground, with an eye-catching ramp spiraling around the atrium. Although minimalistic in its essence, during holidays the center lights up with flashy decorations. Outside, look at the exterior's 250 m (820 ft) long LED display, then enter to explore luxurious brands and fine dining of both Japanese and international cuisine. The parking lot accommodates 196 vehicles. Plan your Omotesando Hills visit and explore what else you can see and do in Tokyo using our Tokyo trip planner .
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  • And it was an excellent choice, the typical Japanese tray with many dishes at a reasonable price. Clean, bathrooms available, background music
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  • Renowned architect Tadao Ando's building ... The internal structure is unusual, even without the stairs could do down on downstairs. If you go to required place of Omotesando went on!
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  • Great cozy luxury department store things on the main shopping street of Tokyo was created by famous architect Tadao Ando. Adore ideal logistics here comfortably walk on floors. Many local designers, cafes with natural juices and smoothies is an interesting place. visit with ambient music around
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  • Very nice mall. Not very crowded. Nice restaurants upstairs. A bit pricey but worth it.
  • What a charming neighborhood, so upscale and filled with all the fashion brands left and right. The atmosphere is unique, I loved strolling around the place. The Omotesando Hills is a great shopping with a very fancy architecture.
  • Fun place to people watch and walk around. Less crowded than Ginza.
  • Great shopping location to get away from the hustle and bustle of the harajuku streets. If you need a quick rest stop do check out the cafes on the top level or the coffee/juice bar at the basement for a pick me up.
  • Probably the most high class luxury mall in the whole Omotesando! Nice design and atmosphere with a lot of famous brands, the only things is that is a bit tiny and narrow compared to other malls and can get very crowded on weekends!

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