Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building | Building Information

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Level 4 Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building

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Level 4 Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building
3-2-3 Sakae Naka-ku
Nagoya 460-0008 Japan

T +81 52 269 8200 F +81 52 269 8498

The Nagoya Nikko Shoken building is located in Sakae, the heart of Nagoya's commercial and financial district. Built along Nagoya's most vibrant boulevard, Hirokoji street, this location is one of Nagoya's best business addresses. To add to its reputation, the area is also extremely convenient. With the Tokyu Inn Hotel, Nagoya International Hotel, restaurants, convenience stores, department stores and the famous Maruzen bookstore located close to the building, this location is highly reputable as a Nagoya business address.

Sakae Station is Nagoya's second biggest train station and can be reached within a five minutes' walk from the Nagoya Nikko Shoken building. Fushimi station is at only a ten minutes walk and just 1 stop from Nagoya Station which offers access to the Shinkansen platforms. From there, Tokyo is only a 1.5 hour train ride away.

At this location Servcorp offers:


Consistently judged the world's finest fully furnished offices, including a dedicated receptionist, meeting rooms, secretarial services, high speed internet with an uptime of at least 99.98%, a simple high tech solution and the support that will help you grow your business. Choose a solution which demonstrates credibility to your clients, prospects and employees.



  • Best CBD address
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  • Dedicated receptionist
  • Technology that saves you time and money
  • Book all your facilities online in real time

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A range of meetings rooms, boardrooms and day offices throughout our network of prestigious worldwide locations available for one off hire and casual bookings. You control exactly how your meeting is set up. Pay as you go, no contracts.


How to get to Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building

Level 4 Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building
3-2-3 Sakae Naka-ku
Nagoya 460-0008 Japan

  • +81 52 269 8200
  • +81 52 269 8498


From Centrair (Central Japan International Airport): 28 min by Meitetsu Line to Nagoya Station, 5 min by Higashiyama Line from Nagoya Station to Sakae Station.


1 min walk from Maruei Exit of Sakae Station on City Subway Higashiyama Line
5 min by Higashiyama Line from Nagoya Station to Sakae Station.
10 min by Taxi from Nagoya Station to the building
10 min walk from Exit 4 of Fushimi Station on City Subway Higashiyama Line
95 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Nagoya Station
50 min by Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka Station to Nagoya Station


City Bus: Hirokoji-Honmachi Bus Stop (1 min walk): MEIEKI16/ SAKAE13/NAKAJUNKAI. Hirokoji-Sakae Bus Stop (1 min walk): SAKAE758.

Working at this location

Within 5 minutes walking distance:

Nagoya Sakae Tokyu Inn Hotel
Nagoya International Hotel
Maruei Department Store
Mitsukoshi Department Store
MEIDI-YA Supermarket
Outback Steak House
Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank
Post office
Ward Office

Recommended lunch places:

Tel +81 52 264 3825

Tel +81 52 241 5617

HISHIYA (European)
Tel +81 52 251 9531

What's new at this location


Japanese Spa Recommendations in Nagoya

September 2016

When it is hot, you may just take a shower rather than getting in a bath. However, if you are in an air-conditioned room during the day, we recommend that you get in a bath and relax. Those who seek success must be able to "switch out of" as well as "switch into" work-mode. So, this time we would like to introduce three spas you can reach by train from Servcorp Nagoya Nikko Shoken Building!



Nagoya's time killer spot

August 2016

Nagoya is famous for Hitsu-mabushi (Chopped grilled eel). So, this time we would like to pick up our recommend spots for Hima-tsubushi ("to kill time" in Japanese)!