Roppongi Hills: a city within a city

After visiting Shinjuku and Akihabara, Ceddy and I ventured to Roppongi Hills. We wanted to grab some food before continuing our mad dash through Tokyo to see as much as possible.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

The parks had colorful sculptures.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

We decided to go to Roppongi Hills Shopping & Dining, since they had a wide variety of restaurants.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

First, we made a pit stop at the whiskey stand, which was guarded by a frightening spider sculpture.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

I got a Japanese whiskey on the rocks and Ceddy got a hot whiskey. Both were delicious.

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

After wandering around, we ended up going to a bar/restaurant in a different shopping area. (I forgot to take photos of the food again because I was so hungry.)

Tokyo, Japan.

Tokyo, Japan.

This area of Tokyo was less crowded than Shibuya, but reminded me of it because of the number of stores selling luxury brands.

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