Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View Observation Deck in Mori Tower : best 360 view of Tokyo + The Science Behind Pixar exhibit (How to go, what to expect, and until when is the Pixar exhibit??)

My brother and I wanted a good view of Toyko Tower so we did our research and decided that we both like the view from Roppongi Hills Mori Tower.

How to go to Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View Observation Deck in Mori Tower:

1. Get down at Roppongi Station
option lines and station code –
Hibiya Line – H04
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Oedo Line – E23
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2. Get out at exit 1C

view as you get out of 1C, follow the escalator up and you’ll see the tower on your right

If you’re looking for the tower with the observation deck, this should be what you see.

not this one
follow the signs saying “observation deck” and “museum”
this should be your view!

We rode the elevator up to the ticketing area

/ Save a few bucks by booking your ticket via Klook /

I didn’t know you can book tickets via Klook because I find anything when I type “Mori Tower”
so we bought tickets on site 🙁

Even though we weren’t able to save a few bucks, we were still lucky since there was an ongoing exhibit. The Science Behind Pixar.

From what I can recall, I missed going to this exhibit TWICE already so having the chance to finally see it made me so happy!

* The Science Behind Pixar exhibit is only at Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View Observation Deck from APRIL 13 – SEPTEMBER 16, 2019!! *

We were first taken inside a room where they showed a video explaining a bit about “The Science Behind Pixar”. What department is in charge of and the journey each department undergo before a movie is finished.


After watching the short film, we were escorted to ride the elevator up the observation deck.


I wasn’t able to take much photos of what else you can see and do at the exhibit because I was having too much fun!!


the view for the Tokyo Tower tho was just wow
my brother and I didn’t regret choosing this place


we waited until night
and we were able to see a beautiful sunset


Mt Fuji hiding 🙁


the night view was just as beautiful as the day view

all photos taken using an iPhone / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm

Watch my Tokyo Travel Film!

💚, R

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