Mori is situated in the sprawling Roppongi complex, and on the 53rd floor of Mori buildings, 1 of the many buildings in the complex
Currently they have a show about children so there's photography, paintings and installation art from global artists. It was ok. Maybe it's because of the specific show, there are museums in other cities (London, NewYork, Singapore etc.) that are probably consistently better
There is also a sky deck and observation area where you can view tokyo from 50 floors up at the museum
There is a triangle of museums in the area - National Art Museum and Suntory Museum, but i didn't visit those 2. You can get discounts if you visit all 3
Before or after the museum, you may have 100+ dining options at the Roppongi complex
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.