Tokyo Midtown

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Tokyo Midtown

Time Out says

Tokyo Midtown stands on the former site of the Ministry of Defence in Roppongi. The area has been redeveloped into a complex of offices, residential quarters, and entertainment/relaxation areas under the guise of ‘an urban centre of quality daily life’. Tenants include the Ritz Carlton Tokyo, Suntory Museum, 21_21 Design Sight and Billboard Live Tokyo. Over 300 commercial outlets, offices, apartments, a hospital and a park complete this one-stop lifestyle-solution.


9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Roppongi Station (Oedo line), exit 8; (Hibiya line), exit 8 via underground passageway near exit 4a; Nogizaka Station (Chiyoda line), exit 3

What’s on

Louis Vuitton See LV Exhibition

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From China to Dubai, this travelling showcase has been touring the world and it’s finally landing in Tokyo this summer. The special exhibition, held at Roppongi Midtown's open lawn, is here to celebrate the luxury fashion house’s 160-year-long history.  Expect to browse through Louis Vuitton's historical archives from the La Maison Heritage Collection as well as some of the latest ready-to-wear creations via an immersive digital experience. You’ll also be able to examine a selection of the brand's most iconic bags including the Speedy, Steamer and Twist styles. There's even a dedicated room for you to learn more about Louis Vuitton's iconic monogram.  Advance reservations are required – book your spot via Line.

Midtown Summer

Tokyo Midtown has a packed programme of summer fun this year. If you want to take it easy, cool down at Midtown Garden’s Ashimizu area. The stream here has been transformed into a foot bath, open between 2pm and 8pm (closed Tue). It can accommodate up to 50 people at a time and best of all, it’s free. Towels are sold for ¥100 each, but of course, you can always bring your own. At the nearby outdoor Chandon Secret Garden Midpark Lounge (5pm-10pm, Sat, Sun and hols 12noon-10pm, ends August 28), you’ll enjoy pretty, Instagrammable meals and drinks surrounded by fairy lights, lanterns and lots of greenery. Go for the Perfect Serve (¥1,200), a slightly sweet and refreshing cocktail made with Chandon Garden Spritz sparkling wine and enhanced with a slice of orange and rosemary. Food-wise, there’s a fresh and bright caprese salad with navel oranges and colourful tomatoes (¥900) as well as a mango or strawberry kakigori (¥1,200; also available with Chandon topping).

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