Mori Teien

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Mori Teien is a Japanese garden in Roppongi Hills. The garden is open until 11:00 pm and beautifully lit up at night. In the Mori pond, there are Japanese killifish, descendants of the killifish that were born aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia making them the first vertebrates born in outer space. The experiment was conducted by Mr. Chiaki Mukai, a Japanese astronaut, during a mission on the Space Shuttle Columbia. A waterfall, creeks, cherry trees and ginkgo trees surround this pond in this large estate. You will see seasonal changes of nature in this circuit-style Japanese garden.

Address
6 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-6406-6000
Access
4-min walk from Roppongi Station on Hibiya Line or Toei Oedo Line. Connected to a concourse. 17 minutes by non-stop bus from Shibuya Station (Toei Bus)
Opening Hours / Holidays
7:00-23:00
Official Website
http://www.roppongihills.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Admission fee
Free
Other Information
*Cherry blossom season: From late March to early April

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Famous for Cherry Blossoms

Roppongi Hills is famous for its cherry blossoms in the spring. There are somei-yoshino cherry trees and weeping cherry trees in Mori Teien. Next to this garden is a street that is lined with 75 cherry trees called Roppongi Sakura-zaka that attracts many visitors. The blooming trees are lit up at night in late March. This is a wonderful spot to bring a date to see the fantastic blossoms at night.

Source:PhotoAC

Illumination

In the Christmas season, from 17:00 to 23:00, a work of art that represents ice dancing is placed on the pond surface. This fantastic and romantic atmosphere is experienced only in this season.

Source:PhotoAC

Mori Teien

Mori Teien is a Japanese garden in Roppongi Hills. The garden is open until 11:00 pm and beautifully lit up at night. In the Mori pond, there are Japanese killifish, descendants of the killifish that were born aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia making them the first vertebrates born in outer space. The experiment was conducted by Mr. Chiaki Mukai, a Japanese astronaut, during a mission on the Space Shuttle Columbia. A waterfall, creeks, cherry trees and ginkgo trees surround this pond in this large estate. You will see seasonal changes of nature in this circuit-style Japanese garden.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:PhotoAC

Famous for Cherry Blossoms

Roppongi Hills is famous for its cherry blossoms in the spring. There are somei-yoshino cherry trees and weeping cherry trees in Mori Teien. Next to this garden is a street that is lined with 75 cherry trees called Roppongi Sakura-zaka that attracts many visitors. The blooming trees are lit up at night in late March. This is a wonderful spot to bring a date to see the fantastic blossoms at night.

Source:PhotoAC

Illumination

In the Christmas season, from 17:00 to 23:00, a work of art that represents ice dancing is placed on the pond surface. This fantastic and romantic atmosphere is experienced only in this season.

Source:PhotoAC

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