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Shiodome Shibarikyu Building is conveniently located just 2 minutes away from JR Hamamatsucho station and Daimon subway station. It is one of the most accessible places for both domestic and overseas business travel thanks to its direct access to Haneda airport which is only 20 minutes by train. Shinkansen terminals at Tokyo station and Shinagawa station are both within 10 minutes by train.
The front of the building faces Shibarikyu Garden, a Japanese designated historical site. The five-star Hotel Intercontinental Tokyo Bay provides extensive dining facilities and entertainment options within easy walking distance from the building. It makes for a comfortable working environment benefiting from a great balance between nature and city life. Our spacious penthouse floor with splendid ocean views is decorated in subtle marine blue. Modern Asian décor and styling creates a sophisticated business environment welcoming guests from all over the world.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 6 min by JR Line from Tokyo Station to Hamamatsucho Station, 95 min by Airport Limousine bus to Conrad Tokyo. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 17 min by Tokyo Monorail or Keikyu Line to Hamamatsucho Station, 55 min by Airport Limousine bus to Royal Park Shiodome Tower.
2 min walk from North Gate of Hamamatsucho Station on JR Line and Tokyo Monorail. 2 min walk from Exit B1 of Daimon Station on Toei Oedo Line and Asakusa Line. 7 min walk from Exit 10 of Shiodome Station on Yurikamome Line. 10 min walk from Exit 1 Takeshiba Station on Yurikamome Line.
TOEI BUS: Hamamatsu St. Bus Stop (2 min walk): NIJI01/HAMA95 Daimon St. Bus Stop (3 min walk): TO06.
About the area
"The Hamamatsucho/Shiodome area is a business/trading area centered around Hamamatsucho Station for JR and Subway lines. On the one hand, it contains historical structures such as Zojo-ji Temple, Hamarikyu-Garden and Shibarikyu-Garden. However, with its inclusion of skyscrapers like the World Trade Center of Japan and the headquarters of Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, and Toshiba Inc. etc., it has also developed into a well-known business area. This area is one of the most accessible places for both domestic and overseas business travel thanks to its direct access to Haneda airport which is only 20 minutes by train, and from Daimon Station there is a direct subway line to Narita airport which is approximately 1 hour.
In addition, it is surrounded by popular attractions such as Zojo-ji, Tokyo Tower, Shiba Park, Tokyo Bay Cruise Takeshiba Terminal, Conrad Tokyo Hotel and Hotel Intercontinental Tokyo Bay."
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Variety of restaurants
Lunch vendors (open only lunch time on the first floor)
CAFE de CRIE
Massage PRIES (on the first floor)
Open space (on the first basement level)
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:
The recent introduction of international flights to and from Haneda Airport has greatly enhanced the value of the Hamamatsucho area as a premium business district.
The announcement for the reconstruction of the regional landmark World Trade Center Building has also accelerated the redevelopment of this area.
The headquarters of many top Japanese corporations such as Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, Toshiba Inc., and branch offices of various industries and government organizations reside in this area.
The Penthouse floor boasts magnificent views over Tokyo comprising of famous landmarks such as Tokyo Tower, Sky Tree, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Bay and traditional Japanese gardens, Hamarikyu Garden and Shibarikyu Garden.
It is surrounded by popular attractions such as Zojo-ji, Tokyo Tower, Shiba Park, Tokyo Bay Cruise Takeshiba Terminal, Conrad Tokyo Hotel and Hotel Intercontinental Tokyo Bay.
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