Honmachi Minami Garden City

3-6-1 Kitakyuhojimachi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka, Japan
Level 7, Honmachi Minami Garden City
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About Honmachi Minami Garden City

Honmachi Minami Garden City brings a level of refinement, quality, and excitement to the area and makes for the ideal business address. The 26 floor office tower exudes elegance largely created by the superb ‘sea wave’ grey granite & glass curtain walls, making this building a landmark property befitting the Midosuji landscape. The impressive entrance lobby with its 8.5 meter high ceilings feature carefully selected tiles in red, orange and brown shades inspired by materials used to construct a pottery shrine located in the vicinity.

Featuring a 5-star fit-out, artwork, a large coworking space, fully equipped counter bar, plenty of seating to relax or network, a spectacular boardroom and spacious offices of varying sizes, this floor will undoubtedly impress. In addition, in the event of an earthquake, a seismic isolation system reduces shaking and guarantees safety, ensuring tenants safety and allowing for peace of mind.

Call us +81 6 6258 6400 to arrange to visit today!

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Airport:

From Kansai International Airport:

55 minutes by train. Catch the Haruka 28 Express from Kansai Airport Station. Change at Tennoji Station for the Midosuji Line and alight at Shinsaibashi Station. 3 minutes walk to Honmachi Minami Garden City.

From Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport):

51 minutes by train. Catch the Monorail at Osaka Airport Station to Senri-Chuo Station. Change to the Midosuji Line and alight at Honmachi station. 3 minutes walk to Honmachi Minami Garden City.

Catch the OCAT Limousine Bus to Nanba then catch the Midosuji Line from Nanba to Honmachi – total 60 minutes

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Train:

3 minutes walk from Exit 12, Honmachi Station (Midosuji Line, Chuo Line and Yotsubashi Lines),
6 minutes walk from Shinsaibashi Station (Midosuji line, Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line),
6 minutes walk from Sakaisuji Honcho Station (Sakaisuji Line, Chuo Line),
8 minutes walk from Nagahoribashi Station (Sakaisuji Line, Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line),
9 minutes walk from Yotsubashi Station (Yotsubashi Line)

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Bus:

City Bus: Kitakyuhojicho Bus Stop (1 min walk) : 8

About the area

Within 2 minutes walking distance:

  • Post Office
  • Convenience stores
  • Parks
  • Medical Clinic
  • Coin Parking
  • Supermarket
  • Fitness Gym
  • Saint Marc Coffee shop
  • Hard Rock café
  • Toraja Coffee
  • Starbucks
  • The St. Regis Hotel
  • Resona Bank
  • Richard Mille Watches
  • Lamborghini Showroom
  • McLaren Showroom
  • Umenohana Restaurant
  • Namba Shrine
  • Osaka Tourism Bureau
  • A shopping district with many wholesalers

Mido-suji Area

Honmachi Minami Garden City is located midway along Midosuji Avenue and is at an important point for transportation as many of the major highways and subway lines running in all directions through Osaka’s city center intersect here. Once the seat of Osaka’s main local industry of textiles, Honmachi has been known as one of Osaka’s representative business districts for centuries and has given birth to numerous famous enterprises such as Itochu Corporation, Marubeni and Toyobo.

The area underwent a major overhaul in 2012 when the mayor of Osaka unveiled plans to transform it into a shopping destination to rival the Champs-Elysées in Paris, Bond Street in London or Orchard Road in Singapore.

These days along Midosuji Avenue, you will find world-famous brand-name stores and showrooms of luxury foreign supercars (including Lamborghini located on 1st floor of Honmachi Garden City) that have made this Avenue one of Japan’s most distinguished ‘brand’ streets. Flagship stores of Prada, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Harry Winston, Omega, Tiffany & Co, but also the Apple Store and major branches of Nike and Puma call this Avenue home. Thanks to the convenient distance between Midosuji Avenue, the large-scale underground shopping center, Crysta Nagahori, the bustling shopping district of Shinsaibashi, and the business center of Honmachi, the area has become even more accessible.