Get to know the true heart of Tokyo (Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area) Global Business Hub
The business center that meets and exceeds
every condition for an office.
With its unrivaled accessibility, exceptional business support, town-wide BCP (Business Continuity Plan), and a rare location in the center of the capital city blessed by the rich natural beauty of the neighboring Imperial Palace grounds, the Tokyo Station business district (Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area) fulfills every condition required of a global business hub for business.
Shrink commuting and traveling time with best access in Japan: 13 stations and 20 railroad/subway lines.
JR Yamanote Line
Comfortable, smooth day-to-day access within the area
Extensive business support
Everyday office workers can count on an extensive business and high quality support infrastructure all within the area to empower their business activities.
Home of the world’s leading businesses
Eighteen Fortune Global 500 corporations have head offices in the Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area.
Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area is where 83 of Japan’s top listed Japanese corporations have their head offices.
The head offices of 14 of the top 100 corporations ranked by ordinary income ranking are in Marunouchi.
Preferred address of professional firms
Twenty seven of Japan’s top 100 law firms are located here.
Leading professional law firms are in the Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area
Japan’s four of major law firms and all of the “Big Four” major audit firms have offices in the Marunouchi-Otemachi-Yurakucho area.
Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Nishimura & Asahi, and Mori Hamada & Matsumoto.
PricewaterhouseCoopers Aarata LLC, KPMG AZSA LLC., Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC. and Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC.
Japan’s biggest international financial center
Thirteen of Japan’s major banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions have located their head offices in this area.
- The financial institutions include banks, security companies, commodity trading companies, insurance companies and other companies associated with financial affairs; however, this category does not include credit associations, consumer loan companies, credit card companies and other non-deposit taking companies and trust companies.
High disaster resistance
Safest district in the Tokyo metro area
Building collapse and fire hazard assessment in case of earthquake
Area-wide disaster prevention measures based on support and linkage from disaster management center building
Disaster management center building
Otemachi Financial City Grand Cube
Under the disaster victim sheltering agreement,
a system to shelter people stranded by disaster has been established.
Robust and reliable infrastructure
Backup thermal energy supply for the overall area
Network environment to support the information infrastructure
Optical fiber communication network spanning the entire district plus data centers with extended power availability even in case of disaster.