Azabudai Hills:

A hub of nature, culture and art

A city within a city, Azabudai Hills sets the benchmark for contemporary urban living.


Moments from the nearby districts of Roppongi and Toranomon, Azabudai Hills stands as a world apart. Presenting a new urban design language never before seen in the city, the neighborhood’s multi-layered landscape is punctuated by gradients of greenery—including an orchard, vegetable garden, and a 6000sqm Central Green—that wrap around pedestrian walkways, retail rooftops, and curving courtyards, inviting exploration. Rising from its botanical roots, Japan’s tallest building stands proud—a testament to the contrast and coexistence of nature and the city.

Nestled within Azabudai Hills, Janu Tokyo stands as the sole hotel, thriving in perfect synergy with the values of this meticulously designed neighbourhood, which seeks to nurture a community centred around nature and wellbeing.


Weaving together a complex tapestry of offices, residences, educational institutions, galleries, green spaces, and over 150 luxury retail and dining outlets, Azabudai Hills serves as a hub for cultural dissemination.

Its namesake gallery is accompanied by spaces curated by institutions such as PACE and Shueisha. The former boasts one of the largest art spaces in Tokyo, spanning over 510sqm, while the latter presents the city’s first permanent gallery celebrating Manga heritage. Elsewhere, The Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson teamLab Borderless finds its new base in Azabudai Hills, having relocated from Odaiba.


Encouraging social interaction and offering an enviable lifestyle to both residents and visitors, Azabudai Hills boasts a diverse collection of eateries, ranging from fine dining restaurants to the Azabudai Hills Market— a celebration of Japan’s leading specialty stores. While some gather to enjoy exquisite cuisine, the central plaza hosts regular events, fostering new encounters as part of everyday life and building a connected community of both locals and international travellers.