The Aoyama Palacio Tower was designed by the famous Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill Levi. Truly a glamorous building, the “Palacio” in Aoyama Palacio Tower came from the word “Palace” and its tenants do justice to the name: high-end fashion brand companies, top beauty institutions, major insurance companies and banks. Omotesando station is directly connected to the building and its location right on Omotesando crossing, make it a popular meeting point.
Stretching eight hundred metres and lined by majestic Zelkova trees, Omotesando-dori joins the city's main arteries of Meiji-dori and Aoyama-dori. Enjoy a pleasant walk while window shopping or have a lunch-break on one of the many terraces. Other than the luxury brand related businesses, the area is also a most sought-after address for creative, media, internet and consulting companies. Omotesando is a modern and stylish area with some of the most impressive architectures Tokyo has on offer.
From Narita International Airport: 85 min by Narita Express to Shibuya Station, 5 min by Subway from Shibuya Station to Omotesando Station. 85 min by Airport Limousine bus to Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu, 5 min by Subway from Shibuya Station to Omotesando Station. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 16 min by Keikyu Line to Shinagawa Station, 20 min by Train from Shinagawa Station to Omotesando Station. 50 min by Airport Limousine bus to Shibuya Station, 5 min by Subway from Shibuya Station to Omotesando Station.
Direct connection from exit B5 of Omotesando Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza line, Hanzomon line, or Chiyoda line.
Fuji Express: Omotesando Hills Bus Stop (2 min walk): HACHIKO BUS SHIBU1. TOEI BUS: Omotesando Bus Stop (4 min walk): SOH81/IKE86. Minami Aoyama 5-Chome Bus Stop (4 min walk): SHIBU 88.
About the area
The Omotesando/Aoyama area is known as a fashionable shopping-area filled with huge namebrand stores from companies inside and outside of Japan. This is especially true of the tree-lined Avenue of Omotesando-dori, also dubbed “The Harajuku Champs Elysees”, which is lined with open-air cafes, and stores like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, etc. On the other hand, the area is also home to offices many apparel businesses, creative businesses, foreign corporations, and IT companies, making this a solid business area. Omotesando Station, which has a direct connection to Aoyama Palacio Tower, also has three main subway lines (Chiyoda, Ginza and Hanzomon lines), making this an extremely convenient place to work.
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Tree-lined Avenue of Omotesando-dori, also dubbed “The Harajuku Champs Elysees”.
Luxurious and glamorous shopping area surrounding the building with major stores from international fashion and jewellery brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Loewe, Chanel, Bulgari, Chaumet, Harry Winston etc.
Landmark reputation of the building. The Aoyama Palacio Tower is also known as "The Gucci Building" with a large Gucci boutique on the 1st and 2nd floors. The building also houses the Japanese headquarters of Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.
The “Paris” theme and original artwork of French Impressionist style paintings, making it feel like you're in Paris!
Impressive views over Tokyo from the reception area and offices, covering the entire city.
Direct connection of Aoyama Palacio Tower to Omotesando station, which has three main subway lines (Chiyoda, Ginza and Hanzomon lines).
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