The Hibiya and Yurakucho area is an expansive business district with a wide range of companies. Hibiya and Yurakucho are home to a variety of large and small businesses and are especially popular among the consulting, auditing, and legal affairs industries. The large-scale redevelopment that has taken place in this area for the Tokyo Olympics has made it a vibrant area attracting attention from all around Tokyo. With famous locations like Hibiya Midtown and Hibiya Park at the heart of this area, workers can enjoy a mix of nature and city life.
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About the Hibiya Area
The Hibiya/Yurakucho area is well known as the Kasumigaseki government district and large numbers of companies and law firms have established here. The large scare redevelopment associated with the Tokyo Olympics has also progressed, making it a vibrant area that is attracting attention in Tokyo. Nearby also lies Hibiya Park, the first western-style park of Japan, a beautiful oasis for businesspeople taking a break or for those seeking recreational activities. A 6-8 minute walk gets you in the heart of bustling Ginza.
Hibiya Park is one of Japan's most famous parks holding various events throughout the year; from beer gardens to charity events
National Diet Building
Completed in 1936, the National Diet Building houses both the lower and upper houses
Opened in 2018, Hibiya Midtown is a large mix-use development overlooking Hibiya Park
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