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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Roppongi Hills To Offer Tax-Exemption and Visitor Services

Above, visitors walk past the "Maman" spider statue in Roppongi Hills. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

One of the nicest places I've visited in Tokyo in recent years is the Roppongi Hills complex.

There are many shops and restaurants for anyone's browsing and eating pleasure. Soon, there will be something more at Roppingi Hills to entice visitors to go there.

According to Japan Today:
TOKYO —Mori Building, a leading urban developer, has announced that Roppongi Hills will become the first facility in Tokyo to house both a one-stop tax-exemption counter for all purchases within the complex and a tourist information office staffed with full-time bilingual concierges, both targeted at foreign visitors to Japan, beginning March 14. 
The tourist information office, which already is operating, was registered in December as a Category 2 facility under the Tourist Information Center (TIC) program led by the Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO).
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