ultramarinus – beyond the sea


A few hours before Typhoon Vongfong hit Tokyo, we were up onto the observation deck on the 52nd floor of the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. Completed in 2003, Roppongi Hills is a successful development project comprised of offices, apartments, malls, restaurants, cafes, cinemas, hotels, museums, and parks, while the 54 storey Mori Tower is the centerpiece of complex. Centrally located at the heart of the city, the Tower allowed us to have a 360-degree overview of Tokyo. One floor higher up, on the 53rd floor lies the Mori Art Museum, a uniquely located contemporary art museum that serves as the cultural beacon for the entire Roppongi Hills. At the museum, we saw an exhibition of a Taiwanese artist. The exhibition is called Lee Mingwei and His Relations. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Read other posts on 2014 Tokyo:
1. Tokyo 2014 (Introduction)
2. Yokohama Osanbashi Pier
3. Ginza, Tokyo
4. Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
5. Omotesando, Tokyo
6. Harajuku & Aoyama, Tokyo
7. Nezu Museum, Tokyo
8. Roppongi Hills, Tokyo
9. The National Art Centre, Tokyo
10. Midtown, Tokyo
11. A Shrine in Shibuya, Tokyo
12. Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo
13. A Night in Yanaka, Tokyo
14. Breakfast at Tsukiji Market, Tokyo
15. Moveable Feast, Tokyo
16. Seasonal Fruits, Tokyo
17. Afterthought, Tokyo

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