A Virtual Office in Chuo-ku positions your business in the center of Tokyo's 23 wards, in an area that has been a commercial hub since the Edo period. Chuo-ku is home to Yaesu, recently redeveloped into a vibrant business district ideally located at Tokyo Station’s east side, Nihonbashi, a long-established commercial and financial center, Ginza, a world-famous business and high-brand shopping area, and Kyobashi. In recent years, large-scale condominiums have been developed in the seaside areas of Chuo-ku such as Tsukishima, Kachidoki, and Harumi, leading to a large increase of people living and working in the area.
Chuo-ku has developed as a center of goods as well as money-exchanging businesses over the years and these days is the center of finance, economics, trade and logistics. Chuo-ku is a lively area with a mixture of both historical as well as modern elements. The area is one of the main centers of the pharmaceutical industry, containing the head-offices or branch-offices of major multinationals. Development of this area has been accelerating in recent years and more large-scale projects are in the works.
Nihonbashi has a rich history and is popular for companies in the financial and pharmaceutical industries
Ginza is one of the most famous areas in Tokyo and is known for its high-brand, luxury image
Yaesu is a popular business district right next to Tokyo Station and is home to companies from various industries
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