With the beautiful Imperial Palace Gardens right across the street, Marunouchi Yusen Building is situated in Japan's most highly esteemed location, with Tokyo station only 3 minutes away by walking through Gyoko-dori, also known as “the avenue that leads to the emperor”. Still nowadays, all newly appointed Ambassadors to Japan are driven on this avenue in a special horse-drawn carriage from Tokyo Station to the Palace to visit the Emperor.
Marunouchi Yusen Building is one of the first major commercial buildings built in the area and has maintained a great reputation throughout its life. The high ceilings and large windows allow plenty of light to enter the offices and offer a spacious atmosphere. The building beholds spectacular views of the historical Imperial Palace on one side, whilst having the modern-day Tokyo skyline on the other - you can have the best of both worlds!
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station. 90 min by Airport Limousine bus to Marunouchi 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 3 minute walk from Marunouchi Central Gate of Tokyo station. (JR lines, Tokyo Metro line, Narita Express, Bullet trains). A 3 minute walk from Exit 4 of Tokyo station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi line. 1 minute walk from Exit 7 of Nijuubashimae station on Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line.
5 minute walk from closest Bus staiton, Tokyo Station Marunouchi exit. Bus TOH05/TOH04/HIGASHI98
About the area
Marunouchi is the heart of Tokyo and the finance and economic center of Japan, as well as home to several head offices of reputable domestic and international corporations. Convenient access to transportation is second to none with Tokyo station being the main gateway to all areas of Japan. Bullet trains are accessible from this station, as well as the Narita Express, which allows smooth transportation to the airport. Also known as the global trendsetter, Marunouchi has a high reputation on an international scale as well.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
The Imperial Palace
Palace Hotel Tokyo
Extensive dining options of Naka-dori
Brand boutiques along Naka-dori
Marunouchi Bldg. department store
Shin Marunouchi Bldg. department store
TOKIA department store
KITTE department store
Marunouchi Brick Square
Main Post office
Basement parking space
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:
Prestigious location; situated in the very heart of Marunouchi, the Yusen Building occupies some of the most prestigious real estate in the world: the Marunouchi side of the Imperial Palace's outer moat. On the corner of Hibiya-dori and Gyoko-dori avenue that leads from the Imperial Palace to Tokyo Station.
Tokyo Station is only a 3 minute walk away with multiple train and subway stations, including the Shinkansen platforms and a direct connection to Narita International Airport.
One of the most reputable buildings in the Marunouchi area; the headquarters of Nippon Yusen, one of the biggest shipping companies of Japan.
Within walking distance to other major business areas such as Otemachi, Hibiya Nihonbashi and Yurakucho
A well-rounded area with the Naka-dori brand shopping and luxurious hotels such as the recently renewed Tokyo Station Hotel and The Palace hotel or the major worldwide Five Star hotels such as the Shangri-La and The Peninsula hotels, all within walking distance.
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