Level 45, Sunshine 60 3-1-1 Higashi Ikebukuro Toshima-ku, Tokyo

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Ikebukuro Sunshine 60

Level 45, Sunshine 60,
3-1-1 Higashi Ikebukuro Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 170-6045


  • 3 min walk from directly connected Exit 7 of Higashi-Ikebukuro Station
  • 3 min walk from Exit 2 of Higashi-Ikebukuro 4-chome Station
  • 8 min walk from East Gate of Ikebukuro Station

Building Details

  • Servcorp's highest floor location in Japan
  • Views from level 45
  • Direct connection from the subway station

The Main Benefits of a Servcorp Serviced Office

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Reduce Start-up Costs
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Fully Furnised & IT Equipped
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Receptionist & Secretarial Services
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Privacy & IT Security
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Access to
150+ Prime locations globally
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Flexible Contracts

Fully-equipped Serviced Offices to Fit Your Needs

Servcorp’s Serviced Offices come fully furnished and include access to our facilities and support services, so you can cut costs and get to work the day you move in.


  • Fully furnished: high-quality furniture, private, sound rated, and IT equipped
  • Private Serviced Offices - Built for teams of 1-10 people with support for hybrid / work from home teams
  • Large Serviced Offices ‐ Built to handle mid to large-sized teams (10-20+ people) and include access to our 5-star facilities and support services.
  • Access to Breakout Areas - use our luxurious Coworking spaces to work, collaborate or even just take a coffee break
  • Internet/WiFi: Custom SSID and VLAN for each business. Fast, secure, any configuration + Local IT support.
  • Leading communications technology: IP phones, free call allowance, voice-to-email, e-fax, sophisticated call-routing
  • A dedicated team on site to assist your business - Call handling, secretarial services, meeting preparations
  • Fully stocked pantry, Twinings tea and coffee

How to get to Ikebukuro Sunshine 60

Level 45, Sunshine 60 3-1-1 Higashi Ikebukuro Toshima-ku, Tokyo

  • Higashi-Ikebukuro Station:
    3 min walk from directly connected Exit 7
    (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line)
  • Higashi-Ikebukuro 4-chome Station:
    3 min walk from Exit 2
    (Toden Arakawa Line)
  • Ikebukuro Station:
    8 min walk from East Gate
    (Tokyo Metro subway lines)
  • Narita International Airport:
    40 min by Skyliner to Nippori station, 10 min by Yamanote line to to Ikebukuro Station
    90 min by Narita Express to Ikebukuro Station
    90 min by Airport Limousine bus to Sunshine City Prince Hotel
  • Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport):
    16 min by Keikyu Line to Shinagawa Station, 27 min by JR Line from Shinagawa Station to Ikebukuro Station
    60 min by Airport Limousine bus to Sunshine City Prince Hotel
  • KOKUSAI KOGYO BUS: Sunshine City Bus Stop (3 min walk) HIKARI02/AKA51/AKA97/ IKE55
  • TOEI BUS : Ikebukuro-Eki Higashiguchi Bus Stop (8 min walk) IKE65/KE86/TO02/OO40/OO55/KUSA64/KUSA63/UE60

About Ikebukuro Sunshine 60

Sunshine 60 building is a landmark that constitutes the largest business hub of the northern area of Tokyo city. Access the building directly from Higashi Ikebukuro station or even directly from the highway that enters almost straight into the building. Sunshine 60 is located within “Sunshine City”, an extensive complex with culture centre, large shopping malls, aquarium, planetarium, theatre, museum, observation deck, hotels and a variety of dining and shopping areas and 50 floors of offices.

The Sunshine 60 building is amongst the most famous and tallest buildings in Japan with 60 floors. To get to the observation deck elevators travel 60 metres per second, one of the fastest elevators in the world, taking passengers directly from the lobby to the top floor. The two-hundred-and-forty-metre tall Sunshine 60 was the tallest building in Japan until 1991 and has earthquake proof technology. As such, Sunshine 60 has a reputable history making the building very famous, even today.

About Ikebukuro

"Ikebukuro station, located in the north of Tokyo, is one of the main commuter hubs in the Yamanote area of Tokyo. It is the third busiest station in Japan, shared by the JR lines, the Seibu Ikebukuro line, the Tobu Tojo line and the Tokyo Metro. Ikebukuro is a well-known entertainment district, as many large department store chains as well as specialty shops have their flagships stores in Ikebukuro. On the commercial side of things, Ikebukuro is home to a wealth of many successful real-estate and recruiting businesses. Sunshine 60 building itself is a landmark that constitutes the largest business hub of northern area of Tokyo city, located within 'Sunshine city', an extensive complex with large shopping malls, an aquarium, a planetarium, a theatre, a museum, an observation deck, a hotel and variety of dining options, making this a great place to entertain your important visitors."

Within 5 minutes walking distance:

  • Variety of restaurants
  • Shopping Mall
  • ATM
  • Post office
  • Clinics
  • Basement Parking Lots
  • Hair Salon
  • Aquarium
  • Planetarium
  • Theatre
  • Museum
  • Amusement Park
  • Sunshine City Prince Hotel

Our clients love:

  • Views from level 45. On a clear day, you can see as far as one hundred kilometres of amazing panoramic outlook over the city.
  • Direct connection from the subway station. The building is directly connected to Higashi Ikebukuro station of the Yurakucho Line and an eight-minute walk to Ikebukuro station of the JR, Tobu, Seibu and three subway lines.
  • Original photographs of nature, by photographer P. Thiel that decorate the corridors
  • Owl that makes the floor's theme and that can often be found hidden in the floor's decoration. Owl is “fukuro” in Japanese and when speaking it, it sounds like “Ikebukuro”. There are various “fukuro” or owl in the Ikebukuro area and surrounding parks.
  • Extensive shopping and entertainment options within the building. With an aquarium, planetarium, theatre, museum, observation deck, and a variety of dining and shopping areas, it is a great place to entertain your important visitors.

Google Reviews

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I have been using this service for almost 10 years now. The receptionists are always helpful and friendly. The office is clean with a beautiful view, and I always feel comfortable working there. They are very helpful and support my work. It's a great environment and I'm sure I'll be here for a long time to come.

Tony Klerkx

Customers are always impressed by our office location and facilities. 'Wow, you're in Sunshine!' When you combine that with the professional `bi-lingual' intercept that greets our callers, you have a winning package! Thanks to Servcorp we are able to project the desired image, at a fraction of the cost it would normally take!

Kenichi Sakamaki

We have been using ServCorp's (Ikebukuro Sunshine 60) office for six months now as the Japanese branch of our office in Silicon Valley, USA. Having our office located in a high-rise building in Tokyo gives our clients a good impression and improves the image of our start-up company. As a foreign-affiliated subsidiary, we are required to answer phone calls in English for business purposes, and we are pleased with the high level of call-handling service provided by our sophisticated Servcorp secretaries. The OneFone phone service allows you to take company calls on your own cell phone not only in Japan but also abroad, so you will never miss a business opportunity. As part of their secretarial services, they also provide a variety of other services, and the other day they were kind enough to record a Japanese voice-over for our company introduction video. I enjoy using this comfortable office environment.

roll pon

My company is still a start-up, but the well-trained Servcorp staff is wonderful at phone handling, and they have raised my company's profile several notches, giving our customers a sense of trust. We receive calls in English from overseas, including the U.S., and the staff responds in fluent English. Even though we cannot meet face-to-face with our overseas clients, the staff's help gives them a sense of security.

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Serviced Office Frequently Asked Questions

With a Servcorp Serviced Office, you have everything you need to start running your business the day you move in. For small to medium sized businesses, it is much more cost-effective to take a serviced office than investing in a traditional lease and office fit-out. It can save you up to 60% on monthly costs compared to setting up your own office. Unlike traditional office space, you get a fully furnished office, use of Servcorp's global IT infrastructure with rocket-fast and secure internet, a global enterprise IP telephony network with free call plans, access to office equipment such as photocopiers/printers/scanners, access to a fully stocked kitchen and much more. All optional services such as Meeting Rooms are pay-per-use, so you don't pay for a service you never use.

Servcorp also has a team of highly trained professional secretaries at every location as well as our own in-house IT team available to support your business. Dedicated team members handle everything from answering calls in your company's name to managing your mail and couriers.
The Servcorp team provides services above and beyond what you receive at other Serviced Offices. As an optional service, our team can perform a variety of tasks to support your business, including presentation preparation, translation work, interpretation, assisting with sales calls, scheduling appointments and more.

Learn more about Servcorp's Serviced Offices.

As a Servcorp client, your Serviced Office includes:

  • - A fully furnished office suite for 1-20 persons
  • - Ability to add up to 10 remote workers / teleworkers with our Remote Team Package
  • - A dedicated receptionist answering your calls during business hours
  • - Mail, courier and visitor handling
  • - Access to secretarial services and a multilingual personal assistant
  • - Access to fully equipped corporate boardrooms, meeting rooms and day suites
  • - Leading IT technology; Secure, Fast, Fiber Tier 1 managed Internet with 99.9% uptime
  • - Leading communications technology; IP phones, free call allowance, voice-to-email, e-fax, sophisticated call-routing
  • - Servcorp Home: access the Servcorp Community, make bookings, manage your call transfers, download invoices
  • - A magnificent reception with spectacular views
  • - A contemporary kitchen with a fully stocked fridge, espresso coffee machine, fruit water, snacks
  • - Access to the coworking space for informal meetings or taking a break outside your office
  • - Regular events where you can meet like-minded people

There are no lock-in contracts for Servcorp Serviced Offices, the minimum contract term is one month.

Yes. Servcorp Serviced Office clients can access any of Servcorp's 150+ locations around the world. You can use any coworking lounge outside of your city for up to 3 hours per day and you can use a private office in another city for up to 5 days per month as you travel (subject to prior booking and availability). Within Japan you can access our Coworking spaces in Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka.

We believe to fully understand Servcorp you need to see it for yourself. Please request a tour to our Tokyo Serviced Offices and we will happily arrange an office tour in a location convenient for you.

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