About Cartier Building - Shinsaibashi Plaza Building Shinkan
The Cartier Building is located in Osaka's most famous and largest shopping area, which includes several luxury brand stores. The scenery of this area varies greatly as the seasons change. The city enjoys the Ginkgo Biloba trees along the Midou-suji boulevard that turn into golden colors in autumn. Besides Cartier as a major tenant, there are several other high-end brand apparel companies giving this building a truly luxurious atmosphere.
The basement floor is directly connected to the Shinsaibashi subway station through an underground shopping mall with stores, cafés, restaurants and ATMs. There are two other subway lines connected to this building through the underground mall and Umeda station is only three stops away. Extensive fine dining, various hotels, department stores and entertainment are widely available in the area, making it a very attractive location for any business.
From Kansai International Airport: 35 min by Kansai Airport Limited Express to Tennoji Station, 10 min by Midosuji Line from Tennoji Station to Shinsaibashi Station, 70 min by Airport Limousine bus to Hotel Nikko Osaka or Cross Hotel Osaka. From Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport): 25 min by Osaka Monorail to Senri-Chuo Station, 25 min by Kita-Osaka Kyuko Line(directly connected to Midosuji Line) from Senri-Chuo Station to Shinsaibashi Station, 30 min by Airport Limousine bus to Shin-Osaka Station, 15 min by Midosuji Line from Shin-Osaka Station to Shinsaibashi Station.
3 min walk from directly connected Exit 1 of Shinsaibsashi Station on Midosuji Line, Yotsubashi Line and Nagahori-Tsurumi Ryokuchi Line. 15 min walk from Namba Station on JR Line, Midosuji Line, Yotsubashi Line, Sennichimae Line, Nankai Main Line and Nankai Koya Line. 155 min by Shinkansen from Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station. 155 min by Shinkansen from Hakata Station to Shin-Osaka Station. 13 min by Subway MIdosuji Line from Shin-Osaka Station to Shinsaibashi Station.
Sanoyabashi Bus Stop (1 min walk): 85. Shinsaibashi Bus Stop (3 min walk): 85. Shinsaibashi-Suji 1 Chome Bus Stop (5 min walk): 84/85/103.
About the area
"Shinsaibashi, developed as the popular Dotonbori theater district gained popularly, is now the main shopping area in the Osaka having a multitude of shopping choices from major store chains as well as luxury boutiques. The area, especially around Mido-suji street, is occupied by such top brands as Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Harry Winston, Apple, Rolex, and more, ensuring you and your clients will never have any problems with shopping options.
Access is conveient being that it enjoys service on multiple train lines. In fact, the Servcorp location itself is directly connected to Subway Shinsaibashi station which is just a few stop away from Shin-Osaka station where you can catch the bullet train. "
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Daimaru Department Store
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Our clients love:
The prestige of the building with the Cartier boutique on the ground and first floor, designed by French designer Bruno Moinard,
Midou-suji Boulevard, a Mecca for luxury brand shopping in Osaka. The building is surrounded by top brands such as Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Chanel, Dior, Fendi, Armani amongst many others
Impressive Ginko Biloba trees that run along the boulevard and offer great views from the offices. The scenery changes with the seasons!
Convenient access to the subway and Shinkansen station.
Short stroll to the Dotonbori area, often referred to as “the heart of Osaka,” within a few minutes from the building by walking along the scenic shopping boulevard
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