The Aoyama/Omotesando area is a retail district with a large number of high-end brands and is famous for being the epicenter of fashion and trends in Japan. There is also a business area with large and small office buildings centered around Aoyama Dori. Demand from apparel-related, design, and foreign-affiliated companies in particular is increasing in this area.
Servcorp boasts a location in the famous Aoyama Palacio Tower which has direct access to Omotesando Station and is right on the strip.
The Omotesando/Aoyama area is known as a fashionable shopping-area filled with huge name brand stores from Japanese and international companies. This is especially true of the tree-lined Avenue of Omotesando-Dori, also dubbed “The Harajuku Champs Elysees”, which is lined with open-air cafes, and stores like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Loewe, Fendi etc. On the other hand, the area is also home to many apparel businesses, creative businesses, foreign corporations, and IT companies, making this a highly sought-after business area. It is also the heart of modern architecture and the latest trends in Japan. Omotesando Station, which has a direct connection to Aoyama Palacio Tower, also has 3 main subway lines (Chiyoda, Ginza and Hanzomon lines), making this an extremely convenient place to work.
Created as a path to Meiji Shrine, Ometesando-Dori is a breathtaking tree-lined boulevard
Omotesando is also lined with famous flagship brand name stores from all over the world
Meiji Shrine was completed and dedicated to the Meiji Emperor and Empress in 1920
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