Omotesando Hills is a high-end shopping center located in the fashionable Omotesando neighborhood of Tokyo, Japan.

The complex was designed by architect Tadao Ando and opened in 2006. It is known for its unique architectural style, which combines traditional Japanese design elements with modern and futuristic touches.

Omotesando Hills

The building itself is designed to keep the height of the building to a minimum of 6 floors above ground because of the importance of the scenery. 

The complex consists of several floors, each of which is home to a variety of luxury retail stores, restaurants, and cafes. The shopping center also features a rooftop garden, where visitors can relax and enjoy the views of the city.

One of the main attractions of Omotesando Hills is its distinctive façade, which is made up of a series of curved, white concrete walls. These walls are punctuated by large glass windows, allowing natural light to flood the interior of the complex. The design is meant to evoke the image of a white wave, creating a sense of motion and fluidity.

Omotesando Hills

In addition to its shopping and dining options, Omotesando Hills also hosts a variety of events and exhibitions throughout the year. These events range from fashion shows and art exhibitions to live music performances and cultural festivals.

Overall, Omotesando Hills is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in high-end fashion and design. Its unique architecture and wide range of amenities make it a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike.

Omotesando Hills is about 250 meters long, and consists of 6 floors above ground and 6 floors underground, with commercial facilities on the 3rd floor above ground and 3rd floor below ground.

It’s home to residential and commercial facilities with approximately 100 specialty stores and restaurants.

Omotesando Hills

How To Get To Omotesando Hills

  • 2-minute walk from Exit A2 of Omotesando Station on the Ginza Line , Chiyoda Line , and Hanzomon Line  
  • Or a 3-minute walk from Exit 5 of Meiji-Jingumae Station on theChiyoda Line 
  • Or a 7-minute walk from Meiji Jingu Exit of Harajuku Station on theYamanote Line

Things To Do Near Omotesando Hills

  • 200m >> Cat street: A winding road that runs over the former Shibuya River
  • 300m >> Echika Omotesando:  A commercial complex located inside the Tokyo Metro Omotesando Station. It is mainly developed with sweets shops and food courts.
  • 0.4km >> Omotesando: Attractive street built as the approach to Meiji Jingu Shrine

Omotesando Hills Info

NameOmotosando Hills
HoursShopping service 11:00-21:00
Restaurant 11:00-24:00 (LO 23:00)
Café 11:00-23:00 (LO 22:00)
Some stores have different Hours
Address4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Phone number03-3497-0310 (general information)
Exterior view of Omotesando HillsOmotesando Hills SignOmotesando Hills Back Street Side Exterior
Omotesando Hills Main Building Main EntranceOmotesando Hills Main Building East EntranceBen & Jerry’s Omotesando Hills (Opened April 14, 2012)

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive

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