Toranomon Hills is Tokyo’s newest landmark. Located in Toranomon, the complex has restaurants and shops, residence units, offices, a luxury hotel and a spectacular green area.
Toranomon Hills has a logo made of four black vertical bars forming a letter “M” (and also resembling the “門” Kanji of the Toranomon name) and it also has a mascot called Toranomon (トラのもん) inspired by the Japanese manga character Doraemon.
Cool shops, cafes and restaurants
And amazing contemporary art. Zhan Wang‘s new artwork “Universe 29” at the office entrance lobby designed by Casappo & Associates.
“Untying Space” by Sun Kwak on 2F and 3F
It’s worth paying a visit.
Toranomon Hills 23 Toranomon 1 chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Closest Station: Ginza Line Toranomon station (5 minutes walk via exit 1), Hibiya Line Kamiyacho station (6 minutes walk via exit 3), Chiyoda/Marunouchi/Hibiya Lines Kasumigaseki station (8 minutes walk via exit A12) Mita Line Uchisaiwaicho station (8 minutes walk via exit A3)
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