Omotesando Hills is a shopping complex in Tokyo designed by the famous architect Tadao Ando. It is located in the Omotesando shopping area, one of the most elegant districts in Tokyo alongside Ginza. It mainly houses international and Japanese fashion boutiques.
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- Telephone Number
- Postal code
4-12-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
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- Recommended season
- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Business Hours
Monday･Tuesday･Wednesday･Thursday･Friday･Saturday : 11:00~21:00 Sunday : 11:00~22:00
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5 out of 5 stars
My first impression of Omotesando Hills was high-class, posh and expensive, a huge contrast from Harajuku's Takeshita street. However, there were some spots that instantly became a favorite of mine as I made my way down the hill. The first spot is Tokyu Plaza and the amazing photos you can take at the platform between the two escalators. The mirrors make a cocoon of sorts that reflect light in an almost chaotic kaleidoscopic way, making for the most unique photos. My second favorite spot is KiddyLand, a sanctuary for character merch from Snoopy to Studio Ghibli to Pokemon to Sanrio, visitors are bound to found something to bring home. My third favorite spot would have to be the Harry Hedgehog Cafe at the top of the hill, where hedgehogs were fed and snuggled into the palm of my hands, one having fallen asleep in them. Overall, a nice area to explore after the sometimes crowded and limited-space-to-walk-around Takeshita Street.
5 out of 5 stars
Beautiful street for walking. It is a clean and organized street that leads you to Harajuku. If you are heading to Harajuku, I recommend you to get here first and then walk down the street until you get to Harajuku.
There are also many shops ranging from antique shops to luxury shops, so you can do some shopping while you walk on this street if you find anything that catches your mind,