From the Roppongi Hills of the Roppongi Hills, take the exit to the ground and walk for about 3 minutes. The viewing platform for street lights is located here.
A whole street, the trees on both sides are entangled with a gradual light bulb, the part of the trunk is dark blue, and the branches are light blue to white. Although there is no spectacle in the imagination, but there is a feeling of a snowy kingdom. The Tokyo Tower, which is exposed on the street, is covered with a thin veil today, and it seems to add a sense of dreaminess.
After a few minutes, the street lights turned dark; when the all-lighted lights were re-lighted again, the blue lines became red. Now the part of the trunk is whiteish pink and the branches are bright red. At first, I may feel a little surprised at first sight. After seeing more than two eyes, I feel that this color is more festive.
If you travel to Tokyo at a non-year-end New Year's time, then the Roppongi Hills are also worth a visit. The 52nd floor of Mori Building, the tallest building here, has a 360-degree glass wall landscape platform and can see all the landmarks of Tokyo. The most invincible place in Tokyo to see the night scene is definitely not here.