Levels 2 & 3, Marunouchi Nijubashi Building 3-2-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
To Narita International Airport:
60 minutes to Tokyo station on Narita Express
120 minutes to the nearby Peninsula Tokyo by airport limousine bus
To Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport):
30 minutes to Tokyo station on the Keihin Express Line
40 minutes by Airport Limousine bus to Tokyo station
Direct connection from Nijubashimae Station Exit B5 on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Direct connection from Hibiya Station Exit B5 on the Toei Subway Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line & Chiyoda Line
3 minute walk from Yurakucho Station Exit D1 on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line
5 minute walk from JR Yurakucho Station International Forum Exit
Underground connection via JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Exit and surrounding buildings
Marunouchi is an area sandwiched between the Imperial Palace Outer Garden, Tokyo Station and neighboring business districts of Otemachi and Hibiya, where major banks and large multinationals tower above the streetscape. It is truly one of Japan's financial and economic centers. Nijubashi Building faces the gorgeous Naka Dori – one of the leading shopping boulevards in Japan. Lined with zelkova trees interspersed with unique public art, the sun drenched boulevard features sophisticated fashion boutiques and chic cafes and particularly comes to life around any lunchtime when it is closed to traffic. High-end stores such Hermes, Paul Smith, Tiffany & Co, Ermenegildo Zegna and Brooks Brothers all have their flagship stores here.
From November to February, all 240 trees along the 1.2km street are illuminated with over one million LED lamps. Another five minutes walk west brings you to the outskirts of the Imperial Palace with its impressive stone walls, the wide Babasaki moat and Nijubashi Bridge. Travel a little south and you arrive at arguably Tokyo’s most prestigious hotel, the Peninsula.
Within 5 minutes walking distance: