Shinjuku-ku is located on the west side of Tokyo's 23 Wards and is home to some of Tokyo's most popular business districts including Shinjuku, Yotsuya, and Iidabashi. Shinjuku Shintoshin (subcenter) in Nishi-Shinjuku is a skyscraper district lined with over-100-meter-tall buildings, forming one of the largest office districts in Japan. Virtual Offices in Shinjuku-ku are perfect for businesses looking to build a powerful presence in the heart of Tokyo.
Shinjuku-ku is known as the "skyscraper business district" as the entire area is dominated by skyscrapers, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building - the headquarters of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The area is arguably the most prolific and relevant business district in all of Japan. Famous companies like Taisei Corporation, Seiko Epson, video game software giant Capcom, and H.I.S. Travel agency all have headquarters or regional branch offices in Shinjuku. Shinjuku-ku boasts numerous popular business districts, such as the Nishi-Shinjuku area, the Yotsuya area, and the Ichigaya area.
Built as an urban subcenter, West Shinjuku has become Japan's largest business district
Located on the edge of Shijuku-ku and Chiyoda-ku, Yotsuya is a famous business district with a rich history.
Home to several famous universities, Ichigaya has a relaxed atmosphere and boasts many publishing companies.
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