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Located in the centre of the Hibiya business district, Hibiya Central Building stands out distinctively from other buildings in the area. Surrounded by several branches of Japanese mega banks, public offices and Tokyo's first class hotels such as The Imperial Hotel and The Peninsula Tokyo, the Hibiya Central Building is a highly recognized and desirable location for both established companies and new businesses planning to start up in Japan.
Servcorp is located on the fourteenth floor, providing an excellent environment with various sized serviced offices, a luxurious boardroom with granite table, meeting rooms, spacious reception area and a coworking space with beautiful views. Restaurants in the basement floor provide clients with a variety of dining choices. Hibiya Park, Tokyo's first western style park is just a 5 minute stroll from the building and a great option for a lunch-break walk or even a game of tennis.
From Narita International Airport: 60 minutes by Keisei Access Express to Shimbashi station. 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 3 min by JR Line from Tokyo Station to Shimbashi Station. 75 - 110 min by Airport Limousine bus to The Peninsula Tokyo, Imperial Hotel or Daiichi Hotel Tokyo.
From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 30 min by Keikyu Line to Shimbashi Station. 30- 75 min by Airport Limousine bus to The Peninsula Tokyo, Imperial Hotel or Daiichi Hotel Tokyo.
Right on the left from Exit A8 or 1 min walk from Exit A4 of Uchisaiwaicho Station on Toei Mita Line.
5 min walk from Hibiya Exit of Shimbashi Station on JR Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Toei Asakusa Line and Yurikamome Line.
5 min walk from Exit C3 of Kasumigaseki Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line and Chiyoda Line.
7 min walk from Exit 9 of Toranomon Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.
TOEI BUS: Uchisaiwaicho Eki Bus Stop (1 min walk) : HIGASHI98/HASHI63 Nishi-Shimbashi 1 chome Bus Stop (1 min walk) : TO01/SHINYA01/SHIBU88.
About the area
The Hibiya/Uchisaiwai-Chou/West-Shinbashi area is well-known as the Kasumigaseki government district and large numbers of companies and law firms have been established here. As a result, that has made the Hibiya area become where the government generates business. In a preparation for the coming Tokyo Olympic games in 2020, there has been large-scaled reconstruction making this a lively area that people are talking about. On the other hand, nearby also lies Hibiya Park, an expansive park which acts as an oasis for business people alike.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Starbucks Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank Mizuho Bank Mitsui Sumitomo Bank Post office Clinic Restaurants Extensive Dining Options Hibiya Park Daiichi Hotel Imperial Hotel Convenience Store Book Store Drug Store Electronics Store
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:
Location and reputation of the building. Hibiya Central Building is situated at the crossroads of the financial, governmental and logistics district, yet in the direct vicinity of Ginza.
Spectacular panoramic views over the city.
Floor theme of “Music” offering a relaxing yet elegant environment for business
The spacious coworking space boasting magnificent views over the city.
Easy access to transportation. Hibiya Central Building is only a minute's walk to Uchisaiwaicho station on the Toei Mita Line and a five minute walk to Shimbashi station on the JR Line. Tokyo station, Haneda Airport and Narita Airport are also conveniently accessible from this location, making it an excellent choice for business travellers.
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