A new landmark melting into the landscape of the historical Omotesando
Omotesando Hills was built upon the redeveloped site of the former Doujunkai Aoyama Apartments which were long beloved as landmarks in the Tokyo neighborhood of Omotesando. With a total length of 250m, the facility consists of the West Wing, (B2F-2F), the Main Building (B3F-3F), the Doujun Wing (B1F-3F) with everything from the 4th floor and upwards being apartment residences. Designed by one of Japan’s most renowned architects, Tadao Ando, the underground space is used to its most effective limits and the height of the buildings are in harmony with the row of zelkova trees. There is also gardening on the rooftop and consideration for the environment has been accomplished. The six floors that make up the Main Building have been built as an atrium with a 700m-long spiral slope winding its way up the building along the speciality shops.
Omotesando Hills Mode which can be enjoyed by the whole family
As a mall broadcasting Japanese fashion and culture, there are domestic and foreign brands targeting adults with a high sense of fashion, cosmetics and miscellaneous goods, and popular restaurants and cafés which regularly attract long lines. In addition, “kids no mori” has shops with items for children from babies to 6-year-olds as well as plenty of facilities such as nursing rooms, diaper-changing beds and benches. The style of Omotesando Hills Mode is also recommended for everyone in the whole family to enjoy. Coming up to its 10th anniversary in 2016, Omotesando Hills has undergone the biggest renovation in its history with more than 40% of the shops being changed and a total of 41 shops opened, including those which have moved in or remodeled. There are many notable stores with a rich lineup of Japanese brands such as kolor BEACON, CLANE by former EMODA producer Ena Matsumoto and the select shop styling/ by stylist Kei Shirahata.