Roppongi Hills Mori is impressive, although a little bulbous for my tastes. Is that some kind of park on the bottom of your photo from the upper floor, Slim? JB Admittedly not my picture, the third pic is the only one I took myself, the first two are googled. I believe the "park" in question is Aoyama Cemetery Park, If you look closely you can see the gravestones. A long time ago, the city was considering moving the cemetary, since it occupies hundreds of millions of dollars of metropolitan real-estate, but instead of doing that, they made it into a park with public trails, cherry blossoms, and gardens. Some of Japan's most famous politicians, poets, and artists. This is one of the preferred spots to view cherry blossoms in the spring, whilst strolling amongst the memorial sculptures, mausoleums, gravestones, and shrines. Vendors often set up rows of food stalls in the spring, and Dominos pizza will deliver straight into the park.