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Level 7, Wakamatsu Building 3-3-6 Nihonbashi-Honcho Chuo-ku
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ABOUT LEVEL 7, WAKAMATSU BUILDING

ABOUT LEVEL 7, WAKAMATSU BUILDING

The BEST flexible workspace in the world, taking into account aesthetics, wifi capabilities, location, and community.

    • Location within the heart of the financial district close to the Bank Of Japan (BOJ)
    • This building in the up-town area of Nihonbashi offers an extremely desirable corporate address.
    • The famous Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya department stores within walking distance
    • Nihonbashi brings a lot of history and culture to the area and is named after the famous Nihonbashi bridge.
    • Within walking distance of 3 major stations: Shin-Nihonbashi, Mitsukoshi-mae, and Tokyo Station
    • Unbeatable Coworking space: Hot Desks and Dedicated Desks from ¥30,000/month. Virtual Offices also available from ¥12,000/month.
    • Impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, exclusive pantry - the best serviced office in Japan
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LOCATION DETAILS:

  • 1 min walk from
    Shin-Nihonbashi Station
    Exit 6

  • 2 min walk from
    Mitsukoshi-mae Station
    Exit A10

  • 5 min walk from
    Kanda Station
    South Exit

  • Narita International
    Airport Access:
    60 min by Narita Express

  • Haneda Airport Access:
    17 min by Keikyu Line

  • Toei-Bus: 1 min walk from
    Muromachi 3-chome Bus Stop

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