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Tokyo's Roppongi Hills development opened in April 2003 after 14 years of planning and three years under construction. The urban area integrates office, residential, retail and cultural facilities with parks and plazas, providing everything people need to live and work.
The idea behind Roppongi Hills was to create a living area that would cut down citizens' commuting time and improve their quality of life. So, as well as all the mod cons you would expect in the most high-tech city in the world, it also features the Mori Arts Centre, the five-star Grand Hyatt hotel, a theatre for the performing arts and the world's first institution affiliated with the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Roppongi Hills is roughly in the middle of Tokyo and from the Mori Arts Centre's observation deck in the Mori Tower it is possible to enjoy the most spectacular 360-degree views of the entire city from 250 metres above sea level.
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