Designed with attention to detail, the newly built Marunouchi Trust Tower offers its visitors a first-class, exclusive atmosphere coupled with spacious, high-ceiling facilities. On the 20th floor, as you walk out the elevator, the large granite reception area with views offers an unforgettable experience to any visitor. Besides great views, the impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, coworking space and exclusive pantry make this location with no doubt the best serviced office in Japan.
Marunouchi Trust Tower is a twin tower comprising of the Main and North buildings, conveniently connected on the second floor. With advanced security systems, anti-earthquake systems, a vast reception hall, three large elevator banks plus an additional elevator bank for hotel guests, the building architecture enables tenants and visitors to feel at comfort and ease in one of the most famous landmarks in the Marunouchi area.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station 80 min by Airport Limousine bus to Shangri-La hotel
From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 30 min by Keikyu Line to Tokyo Station 40 min by Airport Limousine bus to Tokyo Station
A min walk from Tokyo Station Nihonbashi Exit and Yaesu North Exit: 14 Routes available by JR Lines, Subways, Narita Express, and Shinkansen bullet trains 2 min walk from Otemachi Station Exit B7: Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Tozai Line, Chiyoda Line, and Hanzomon Line 4 min walk from Nihonbashi Station Exit A3: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tozai Line
Toei-Bus: 4 min walk from Tokyo Station Yaesuguchi Bus Stop: TOH15, TOH16, and TOH42KOH 6 min walk from Kitaguchi Bus Stop: S-1, TOH43,TOH20, and TOH22
About the area
Marunouchi is the centre of Japan’s financial industry, housing headquarters of the three largest banks in Japan along with head offices of major companies. Since the recent renovation of Tokyo station, Marunouchi’s popularity has been on a continuous rise, and it has no doubt becoming the most prestigious area for a company to be based. It is where the most high-end restaurants, shops and department stores are located, as well as satisfying nightlife for working adults. It is also walking distance to Ginza, Tokyo’s most prestigious shopping district, as well as the center of the more exclusive clubs and bars. Tokyo station is also a central hub for transportations, with the Narita express, Yamanote, and Shinkansen lines. Marunouchi Trust Tower is situated in the heart of this prestigious business district. Walking out of the elevator on the 20th floor, Servcorp’s granite reception extends to a breathtaking view of the most recognizable landmarks in the area including Tokyo station and the Imperial Palace.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Daimaru Department Store
Extensive Dining Options
Mobile Phone Shops
A community to work with
A team to delegate to
Simple IT solutions that work
A receptionist to answer your calls
Collaborative breakout spaces
Our clients love:
Premium-grade building, one of the most recognizable landmarks in the area and the business address of many household-name global financial, legal and insurance companies
Proximity to Tokyo Station; located right above Tokyo Station, the main station of the city and a direct connection to Narita Airport and the Shinkansen bullet train platforms
The prestigious and modern look of the office with glass sliding doors and original artwork
State-of-the-art business centre located in the heart of Japan's prestigious district "Marunouchi 1 Chome," the centre of Japan's finance industry
The five-star Shangri-la Hotel is located on the top floors of the building and convenient access to the large Daimaru department store
Magnificent views from the reception of the sacred Imperial Palace, the recently renovated spectacular architecture of Tokyo Station and the bustling cityscape.
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