Area Attractions

Grand Hyatt Tokyo is centrally located in the international district of Roppongi and is directly connected to Roppongi Hills, which houses 200 high-end shops and restaurants, a cinema, an art museum and an observatory. In addition, Grand Hyatt Tokyo is home to ten unique restaurants and bars that offer an abundance of dining options from French, Italian and Chinese to traditional Japanese cuisine and its signature steakhouse. Nagomi Spa and Fitness on the 5th floor, available to hotel guests and private members, provides a peaceful and serene retreat for fitness and relaxation. Walking distance to multiple subway lines, the hotel offers guests easy access to many exciting attractions, not only in Tokyo but areas outside of the city such as Hakone, Nikko and Kamakura, known for the beautiful nature.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo

6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-Ku
Tokyo, Japan, 106-0032

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Eclectic Summer Dining on the Open-Air Terraces

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy open-air terrace dining at the restaurants in Grand Hyatt Tokyo.

Grand Hyatt Tokyo’s Signature Dishes, Now Available for Takeout!

Grand Hyatt Tokyo is offering a takeout menu featuring signature dishes from The Oak Door steakhouse and Fiorentina Italian cafe. Savor 12 different carefully-selected dishes including The Oak Door burger and fresh black truffle tagliolini at a special take-out price, and in the comfort of your home or office.

Limited Time Offer: Hotel Guests’ Children Dine Complimentary

Plan a fun-filled family staycation at Grand Hyatt Tokyo over the Obon period (August 7 -16) this year. Children 12 years and under may enjoy a complimentary dinner at one of three restaurants in the hotel.

The French Kitchen “Sweets Factory”

During the Obon period (August 7 -16), the chefs at The French Kitchen will prepare a “Sweets Factory”, a special breakfast station in a private dining room where they will be offering freshly-made pancakes, waffles and crepes to all guests. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast experience that your whole family will delight in.

August Summer Stay Program at Grand Hyatt Tokyo

Experience a summer stay program at Grand Hyatt Tokyo with fun activities for the whole family during the Obon period (August 7 – 16) and all weekends in August.

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills

Grand Hyatt Tokyo is directly connected to Roppongi Hills, the cultural heart of Tokyo and a dynamic commercial complex that features an observatory (Tokyo City View), a cinema, a beautiful outdoor garden, seasonal events and over 200 high-end restaurants and shops featuring Japanese and international luxury brands.

Tokyo City View

Tokyo City View towers 250-meters above sea level, offering visitors a 360-degree view of the bustling metropolis. Located on the 52nd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and open until 11:00 p.m., visitors can relax and enjoy the magnificent views of Tokyo.

Mori Art Museum

With a focus on modern art from around the world, the museum offers exhibitions of various art genres, including fashion, architecture, design, and photography. The museum is located on the 53rd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and is open until late.

Mohri Garden

Wander through this vast and beautiful Japanese garden featuring a pond and stream that depicts the relic of a feudal lord’s estate from the Edo period. Enjoy the changing scenery of the four seasons, from cherry blossoms in the spring to the fall foliage.

Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills

With a total of nine screens that feature state-of-the-art sound systems and designated seating, TOHO Cinemas Roppongi Hills provides first-class venues for premiere screenings, offering an international selection of the latest movies and is open all night on weekends.

Day Trips

Kamakura

Located less than an hour from Tokyo, Kamakura is a coastal town in Kanagawa Prefecture, south of Tokyo, and is often called the Kyoto of Eastern Japan, offering numerous temples, shrines and historic monuments. This charming town is surrounded by beaches and mountains, and is popular for marine-sport enthusiasts as well as for hikers. Restaurants offering fresh seafood, stylish cafés and shops are also available. ■ 60 minutes from Tokyo Station to Kamakura Station (via JR Yokosuka and Sobu Line).

Hakone

With close access from Tokyo, Hakone is a popular destination for Japanese and international travelers looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. Its historic temples and shrines, museums, Lake Ashinoko and Owakudani are some of the many places to visit, as well as the beautiful mountains that change with the seasons. On a clear day, you can see a breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji. There are numerous activities such as riding the Tozan Railway, cable cars, and ropeways. The Gotemba Outlet is also in proximity for guests who enjoy shopping. ■ 85 minutes from Shinjuku Station to Hakone-Yumoto Station (via Odakyu Romancecar). ■ 55 minutes from Tokyo Station to Hakone-Yumoto Station (via JR Kodama Shinkansen and Hakone Tozan Railway).

Nikko

Nikko is a town at the entrance to Nikko National Park, most famous for Toshogu Shrine, Japan's most lavishly decorated shrine and the burial site of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate. Visitors can also enjoy the beauty of nature including the Kegon Waterfall and colorful foliage of the scenic and mountainous landscapes. ■ 90 minutes from Tokyo Station to Nikko Station (via JR Yamabiko Shinkansen). ■ 110 minutes from Asakusa Station to Tobu Nikko Station (via Tobu Sky Line Express).

Classic Arts and Culture

Mori Art Museum

With a focus on modern art from around the world, the museum offers exhibitions of various art genres, including fashion, architecture, design, and photography. The museum is located on the 53rd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and is open until late.

The National Art Center, Tokyo

Offering one of the largest exhibition spaces in Japan, The National Art Center, Tokyo (NACT) is a unique and innovative art exhibition facility; instead of maintaining a permanent collection, it serves as a venue for various art exhibitions. An art library, shop and restaurant are also located in the vicinity.

Suntory Museum of Art

Located in Tokyo Midtown, The Suntory Museum of Art’s concept is to bring the joy of "Art in Life" to the public. The exhibitions link ancient art to modern art, Eastern art to Western art, and across the boundaries of time.

21_21DESIGN SIGHT

This design facility, located in Tokyo Midtown, holds exhibitions devoted to the theme of "everyday life" with multidirectional programs such as talks and workshops. Visitors will be exposed to the enjoyment of design and have new experiences filled with surprises.

Local Favorites

Tokyo Tower

Built in 1958, Tokyo Tower has become a brightly shining symbol of Tokyo. With a height of 333 meters, it features two observatories that are 150-meters and 250-meters above the city and allow people to enjoy views of Mount Fuji, Mount Tsukuba and a breathtaking view of Tokyo. At night, the tower is illuminated in a warm orange color in the winter, cool white in the summer, and other special color patterns according to the seasons and events. Be sure to visit the aquarium on the first floor as well.

Meiji Jingu (Shrine) in Tokyo

The famous Meiji Jingu shrine should be included in the itinerary of every visitor to Tokyo. The shrine was constructed in 1920 and is dedicated to the memory of the Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The vast grounds feature approximately 100,000 trees which grow over 700,000-square meters of land and were donated and planted from all over Japan at Jingu Oza. The forest is a popular place for relaxation and this shrine has the most visitors in Japan every year for Hatsumode (first Shinto shrine visit of the year).

Azabu Juban

This charming neighborhood, located just a ten-minute walk from Grand Hyatt Tokyo, has a history of over 300 years. Numerous renowned restaurants featuring French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine can be enjoyed here among an international crowd, along with small shops with historical charm. Azabu Juban also holds various events throughout the year including one of the most famous local summer festivals in Tokyo.

Nakameguro / Daikanyama

The trendy neighborhood of Nakameguro along the Meguro River is known for its fashionable cafés, restaurants, interior design shops, and accessory shops, as well as the newly developed Nakameguro Tsutaya bookstore which is surrounded by bars and shops. In the spring, cherry blossoms along the Meguro River are in full bloom, and many people visit to view the photogenic cherry blossoms. Daikanyama, which is located right next to Nakameguro, has many select shops as well as delis and cafés where meals and brunches can be enjoyed in various styles.

Tokyo Touristic Area

Shibuya / Harajuku

Shibuya’s Scramble Crossing, renowned for being one of the world's largest intersections where approximately 3,000 people come and go simultaneously, has become a popular spot for tourists. Shibuya is not only the center for the latest trends in fashion and culture with many shopping and dining options, but it also has an art scene that adheres to its own style. At Takeshita Street in Harajuku, the “kawaii” culture can be seen in its full-of-color fashion, sweets and miscellaneous goods. On the other hand, the relaxed back streets of Harajuku are lined with famous select shops, reputable restaurants and cafés.

Omotesando

Omotesando Boulevard is a trendy fashion street with high-end designer houses, cafés, restaurants, beauty salons and a stylish shopping development, Omotesando Hills. The boulevard is lined with zelkova trees that bring glorious greenery to the city center. Visitors can enjoy shopping, dining or just going for a leisurely stroll through this neighborhood.

Shinjuku

Shinjuku is known as the center of entertainment, business and shopping, filled with fast-paced energy. There are many department stores around Shinjuku Station, such as Takashimaya, Isetan, Odakyu Department Store, Keio Department Store, and LUMINE. At the west exit, you can see the skyscrapers including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. At the east exit, you can find Kabukicho, an area that never sleeps and is lined with many restaurants, and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, the oasis of Tokyo with beautiful flowers and trees that can be enjoyed year round.

Ginza

A sophisticated area with fashionable people walking down Ginza Chuo-dori that is lined with both traditional shops and the world's leading luxury brands. In addition to Hibiya, Yurakucho, Higashi-ginza and Shinbashi areas that are all within walking distance, travelers can enjoy theater and the arts at Kabukiza Theater, Shinbashi Enbujo Theater and Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, representing Ginza's long history of culture.

Asakusa / Ueno

Asakusa is the Tokyo from past decades. You can find Sensoji Temple, built in the seventh century, a very popular Buddhist temple visited by 30 million people annually. Nakamise-dori where the spirit of Edo lives on, also welcomes you – a shopping street that has been providing temple visitors with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs. The Asakusa Entertainment Hall offers the fine art and technique of the rakugo storyteller, a popular form of entertainment that has been enjoyed for decades. Ueno is an area known for its mix of history and culture. The Ueno Park is a large public park that was originally the grounds of Kaneiji Temple, a family temple of the Tokugawa clan during the Edo period. The park was later converted to a Western-style park, housing the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Western Art. It is a famous cherry blossom-viewing spot and is also home to Ueno Zoo, Japan's first zoological garden and a popular site for tourists who come to see the giant pandas.

Tokyo Sky Tree

Built in 2012, the Tokyo Sky Tree is the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower, located in Oshiage a downtown area in Tokyo that is resplendent of Japanese traditions. The tower soars 634-meters high with observatory decks built 350-meters and 450-meters high, featuring breathtaking views of Mount Fuji and the Kanto area. Shops, restaurants, a planetarium and a large aquarium where visitors can see penguins up close are also located inside.

Odaiba

The Odaiba waterfront area overlooks Tokyo Bay and offers a variety of entertainment options, including shopping and restaurants. Enjoy shopping malls such as Palette Town and DiverCity Tokyo Plaza as well as various museums, entertainment facilities and the popular “Team Lab Borderless” that has attracted many visitors since it’s opening in 2018. In addition, in the evening this area offers a beautiful view of the 918-meter long Rainbow Bridge that lights up and creates a romantic setting.