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If you are looking for an area with great opportunities for both domestic and global business, this is the place to be. Shiroyama Trust Tower is located right between Roppongi Itchome station and Kamiyacho station, providing convenient transportation access. Hotel Okura, known as the best Japanese hotel in Tokyo, is located next to the building and the world famous Japanese restaurant “Nobu” is just a one-minute walk away. In Spring time, cherry blossoms around the building are lit at night - the best of what Tokyo has on offer and a local “hot spot”.
Servcorp is located on the twenty-seventh floor of the building and both locations provide spectacular views of Tokyo city from its large and open reception areas. The fourth to the fortieth floors are office spaces occupied by several leading global companies. Shiroyama Trust Tower is in the middle of “Shiroyama Garden”; a lot of nature and parks in the surrounding area make your work-life balance that little more peaceful and relaxing.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 13 min by Subway from Tokyo Station to Kamiyacho Station. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 30 min by Keikyu Line to Tokyo Station, 13 min by Subway from Tokyo Station to Kamiyacho Station.
2 min walk from Exit 4b of Kamiyacho Station on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.
5 min walk from Exit 2 of Roppongi-Icchome Station on Tokyo Metro Namboku Line.
TOEI BUS: Kamiyacho Station (TV Tokyo) Bus Stop (3 min walk): SHIBU88/HASHI86. Roppongi-Icchome Station Bus Stop (5 min walk): TO01/SHINYA01.
About the area
"The Toranomon, Kamiyacho area is an area that's gathering a lot of attention due to the large-scale reconstruction for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In general, the area is very close to the famous Kasumigaseki government district, making this a spot very popular with those in the communications and law industries. In addition, there is a wealth of foreign embassies, and upscale hotels in the area, so many branches of foreign corporations are setup here. The Toranomon area is also walking distance from the Akasaka and Roppongi districts, ensuring that business-people in the area have no shortage of options for entertainment after business hours."
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Major Convenience Stores
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:
Global business culture of the area. Surrounded by a multitude of foreign embassies, Shiroyama Trust Tower houses a melting pot of well-known Japanese and foreign global companies. Embassies in the direct vicinity include the American, Swedish, Spanish, Dutch, French and Saudi Arabian embassies, providing great networking and business opportunities.
Wonderful gardens – the building is also known as “Shiroyama Garden” thanks to its elevated gardens. Don't miss the Cherry Blossoms here at the turn of the month of March to April; it's one of the “hot spots” in Tokyo!
Convenient access to other major business districts of Roppongi, Kasumigaseki and Akasaka, easily accessible from the building by walk, train or taxi.
MK Taxi-station at the lobby of the building
Upmarket “ The Premier Club” fitness club with gym, golf practice, swimming pool and spa on level 3 of the building
The fine decoration with copies of sculptures from the Louvre Museum in Paris creating a high-class atmosphere
Hilltop location offering spectacular views from the building. The Shiroyama Trust Tower provides one of the best views of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Bay.
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