Opened in November 2018, Marunouchi Nijubashi Building is located right in the heart of one of the world’s leading business districts straddling Hibiya Dori, Babasaki Dori and Naka Dori, Marunouchi. This is arguably Tokyo’s most desired area where tenants can enjoy the hustle and bustle of Ginza, Hibiya and Yurakucho, whilst having immediate access to the elegance and calm of the Imperial Palace Outer Gardens and Naka-Dori. Along with Servcorp, tenants include the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Tokyo Council combining both formality and glamor in this complex bursting with character. ‘Nijubashi Square,’ the buildings’ commercial zone consists of a plethora of high brand stores, cafes and restaurants providing an abundance of choice for the everyday office worker.
Unlike any of its contemporaries built within the last 10 years, Nijubashi Building (through the Tokyo Kaikan) features a vast banquet hall perfect for international conferences accommodating 2,000 people as well another 10 smaller sized spaces for weddings and other corporate functions. All offer splendid views to the Imperial Palace and surrounding moat. Likewise, The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce also has a state-of-the-art conference theater that can seat 500.
The building also features a damping structure boasting 1.5 times the seismic performance required by standard Building Laws. In addition, back-up generators can be activated in the event of emergencies ensuring business continuity and peace of mind. Access is made simple. The building is directly connected to Hibiya station on the Toei Mita Line as well as Yurakucho Station on the Yurakucho Line. It is also possible to access the vast underground network of passageways directly through to Tokyo Station and Otemachi without getting wet. Nijubashimae Station on the Chiyoda Line is also adjacent. The site itself occupied the former Fuji Building, the Tokyo Kaikan, as well as the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce Building of which all are housed in this brand new multipurpose complex.
Servcorp is located on the 2nd & 3rd floors of this building and features a 5-star fit-out, artwork, a large coworking space, fully equipped counter bar, plenty of seating to relax or network, a spectacular boardroom and spacious offices of varying sizes. With panoramic views flush with green stretch beyond the Imperial Palace garden to Hibiya Park, this location will undoubtedly impress.
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:
Ask to be connected to the internet – How long does it take?
Ask if the provider is Tier-1.
Ask to be allowed to check download speeds.
Ask to speak to IT support: Are they in-house or a third party? Are they even in the country?
Ask to be given a phone number so you can try the service before you buy.
Ask for a phone rate card.
Ask to meet your dedicated receptionist. The receptionist is the front line of your business.
Ask about disaster transfer.
Ask if your phone extension can roam at no cost to other locations.
Ask if the wireless internet is secure.
Ask what kind of firewall can be set up for your network.
Ask to see the transparency code of the provider.
Ask if incoming callers outside office hours can dial ‘1’ through voicemail to go to your mobile.