Roppongi Hills Mori Tower

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Height: To Tip
238.1 m / 781 ft
Height: Architectural
238.1 m / 781 ft
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower Outline
Height: Helipad
238.1 m / 781 ft
Floors Above Ground
Floors Below Ground
# of Elevators
Tower GFA
380,105 m² / 4,091,416 ft²
Development GFA
622,430 m² / 6,699,781 ft²
# of Parking Spaces


Official Name Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
Name of Complex Roppongi Hills
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Japan
City Tokyo
Street Address & Map 6-10-1 Roppongi
Postal Code 106-0032
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
  • Core: Concrete Filled Steel
  • Columns: Concrete Filled Steel
  • Floor Spanning: Steel
Proposed 1986
Construction Start 2000
Completion 2003
Official Website Roppongi Hills
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Regional Ranking #428 Tallest in Asia
National Ranking #12 Tallest in Japan
City Ranking #6 Tallest in Tokyo

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Mori Building
Design Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Architect of Record Irie Miyake Architects and Engineers
Structural Engineer
Design Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc.
MEP Engineer
Design Kenchiku Setsubi Sekkei Kenkyusho
Main Contractor Kajima Corporation; Obayashi Corporation
Material Supplier
• Elevator Toshiba Elevator and Building Systems Corporation (TELC)

CTBUH Initiatives

Inaugural Japan Symposium Rises to the Occasion in Tokyo
22 May 2015 – Event Report


The Space Between: Urban Spaces Surrounding Tall Buildings
18 Oct 2016 – James Parakh, City of Toronto Planning Department

Interview: Hiroo Mori
12 Nov 2015 – Director and Executive Vice President, Mori Building

Interview: Hiroo Mori
27 Oct 2015 – Hiroo Mori, Mori Building

Research Papers

The Future of Sustainable Cities and How Tall Building Urbanism has Evolved
28 Oct 2019 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back

Rapid Diagnosis Systems Using Accelerometers in Seismic Damage of Tall Buildings
Sep 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 3

The Vertical Garden City Grows Into the 21st Century
May 2015 – CTBUH Journal, 2015 Issue II

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