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Omotesando Hills, Shibuya

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Shopping Mall
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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Omotesando Hills and many more Tokyo attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Tokyo trip builder.
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  • Omotesando Hills in a fashionable city shop is located along the slope and the passage from the basement floor slope within walking distance to. Shop is difficult, almost no customers. To enjoy window shopping because often do not know the price, clean and spacious.
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  • I always go to this place at the end of my trip in Takeshita. It is a quiet shopping mall area with some International brands and nice Japanese ones.  more »
  • This would be my go to as far as department store. I just find it inspiring as a ex fashion student and loving fashion. Very simple sterile look. Not much fuss. Good shops and restaurants  more »
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  • Very well kept, all the luxury brands and some unique ones you'd ever need in Tokyo. Just very cold in winter. The ladies at Dior cosmetics were very nice and helpful. Highly recommend there for your duty free purchases and make up consultations.
  • I think it is the most expensive shopping mall in Tokyo but of course you can find all the luxury brands here. The building is amazing and from outside and inside the perspective is very different. It is a interesting place to stop and see.
  • Visited during Christmas and really enjoyed this shopping center. Some great illuminations in the Central area. The shops within were varied and quite interesting. Worth a look if you are nearby.
  • Lovely shop. Easy to get lost but at the same time it offers everything for any taste
  • It is a great place if you like new trends of fashion in Japan. Close to the traditional Meiji Shrine, you can spend half a day enjoy both the ultra modern with the very traditional Tokyo.