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    Hey everyone!

    I went to Roppongi yesterday to do a write-up for the website (which I will do later!), but just wanted to warn everyone that while the Observation Deck and Art Museum at the top of the Mori Building are wheelchair accessible, the Sky Deck only has stairs and is unfortunately inaccessible.

    Sonce the building was only made in the early 2000s, it is rather unfortunate…

    But the Observation Deck is still great!

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    debsydubs39
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    Hi there

    My son works in this building so obviously we did go there, he was excited to show me where he works of course but we went at night and it was a bit late, the gift shops and museum were closed ☹️

    Beautiful views at night so worth the visit

    I didn’t know about the stairs so I will discuss this with my son and he may be able to contact somebody since I would love to see the sky deck

    I wouldn’t be able to climb the stairs even with my gym workouts lol

    Deborah

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    #7883

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    If he can find out about an alternate way, that would be amazing!  Please let us know 🙂

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    debsydubs39
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    My son says they are putting in an elevator as there are signs

    He said the roof is sloped and dangerous for disabled people

    Not sure when it will be finished though

    Deborah

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