The Nihonbashi Daiei Building is ideally located at the very strategic Zero Milestone in Japan at the famous Nihonbashi Bridge and right next to the iconic flagship Mitsukoshi department store.
Tokyo's Nihonbashi business district is named after the bridge (literally "Japan Bridge") and is often called the "Center of Japan". It is in close proximity to Marunouchi, Ginza and Tokyo Station. The bridge is known as the departure point of the "Edo Five Routes" and the reference point to calculate distances between Tokyo and other areas in Japan.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and the Bank of Japan are located not far from Nihonbashi Bridge. Many financial companies, pharmaceutical and chemical companies chose the Nihonbashi area as their corporate head quarters; Bank of America Merill Lynch, HSBC, Nomura Holdings, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Kosé, Kureha Corporation, Nissan Chemical amongst many others.
Always blessed with commercial prosperity throughout the centuries, Nihonbashi has evolved as one of the most bustling business districts and high-end shopping areas in Tokyo and is a very desirable location to establish a business in Japan.
Level 7, Nihonbashi Daiei Building 1-2-6 Nihonbashi-Muromachi Chuo-ku
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 8 min walk from Tokyo Station. 75 min by Airport Limousine bus to Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 30 min by Keikyu Line or Tokyo Monorail to Tokyo Station. 40 min by Airport Limousine bus to Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo Station, 8 min walk from Tokyo Station.
Right at Mitsukoshimae Station Exit B5, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or Hanzomon Line
3-min. walk from Nihonbashi Station Exit B9 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tozai Line, or the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
8-min. walk from Shin-Nihonbashi Station on the JR Sobu Main Rapid Line
8-min walk from Tokyo Station Nihonbashi exit on the JR and Shinkansen Lines
TOEI BUS: Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Bus Stop (1 min walk)
"The Nihonbashi area has over the years developed as a center of goods as well as money-exchanging businesses and these days is the center of finance, economics, trade and logistics. Nihonbashi is a lively area with a mixture of both historical as well as modern elements, and it is where Nihonbashi Daiei Building is located. Nihonbashi Daiei Building is in Nihonbashi Muromachi area where used to be historically a trading area with a wealth of small medicine shops during Edo-era period. These days the area is one of the centers of the medical industry, containing the head-offices or branch-offices of many major medical firms. While the area is lined with well-established department stores, renowned boutiques and restaurants, that is also buttressed by a more everyday working-class shopping / eating-out area giving the district an overall pleasing balance."
Within 5 minutes walking distance: