The Ebisu area is named after the famous and beloved Japanese beer “Yebisu Beer” which the premium brand of Sapporo Beer manufacturer. As the name implies, the Ebisu area is filled with entertainment and also a great location for businesses. Events are held every month in the courtyard, ranging from live music, film festivals and gorgeous displays of artwork. The Sapporo beer museum nearby is a reminder of the beer brewing history of the area.
The tower's roll of high-profile tenants includes major international organizations in the spheres of banking, finance and accounting. In addition, Yebisu Garden Place Tower has plenty of conference facilities for various venues and access to a wide variety of shopping and dining choices. During Christmas, a giant chandelier illumination by Baccarat gets showcased in the courtyard, attracting quite a lot of visitors every year.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Shinagawa Station, 10 min by JR Line from Shinagawa Station to Yebisu Station. 105 min by Airport Limousine bus to Westin Hotel Tokyo. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 16 min by Keikyu Line to Shinagawa Station, 10 min by JR Line from Shinagawa Station to Yebisu Station. 80 min by Airport Limousine bus to Westin Hotel Tokyo.
5 min walk from directly connected East Exit of Yebisu Station on JR Line*. 7 min walk from Exit 1 of Yebisu Station on Hibiya Line. (A moving sidewalk “Ebisu Sky Walk” available)
TOKYU BUS: Yebisu Garden Place Bus Stop (1 min walk): Hachiko Bus.
About the area
"The Ebisu district of the Shibiya ward is one of the most popular areas in Tokyo and is often characterized as being a sophisticated and multicultural. No doubt this is based on it's concentration of highly rated bars and restaurants. Whether it's fine-dining at the french restaurant Joel Robuchon or the traditional Japanese fare of the restaurants in the famous food alley Ebisu Yokocho, Ebisu is a decidedly unique and classy section of Tokyo. Besides the wealth of restaurants, Ebisu is home to many companies in the creative industries, such as PR/advertising, R&D, IT and software development.
Ebisu has a generally great central location, but Ebisu is especially convenient for businesses who require a close proximity to Shibuya station, which is just one train stop away. "
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Variety of restaurants and bars
Mitsukoshi Department Store
Sapporo Beer Museum
Tsutaya – Video and CD Rental Shop
Shoe Repair Service
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:
Prestige of the building - Yebisu Garden Place Tower is a well known landmark and a popular spot for both businesses and tourists, located in Shibuya.
Direct connection with Ebisu station via the Yebisu Sky Walk - a covered fast moving walk lane.
View from “TOP OF YEBISU”, on the top 38th and 39th floors with restaurants and a spectacular panoramic outlook over Tokyo city including Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree and the Rainbow Bridge.
The upscale Westin Hotel is conveniently part of Yebisu Garden Place.
The famous “Joel Robuchon” Restaurant on the patio, a straight copy of a Louis XVI French chateau.
World's tallest Baccarat Chandelier of 8.4m high, on display every Christmas in the courtyard.
Extensive shopping with a large Mitsukoshi Department store within the complex.
The Club at Yebisu Garden, an upmarket fitness and relaxation club with gym, swimming pool, golf practice, squash courts, spa and massages.
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