The panoramic views from the Servcorp reception on the 27th floor are amongst the most spectacular views of Tokyo, overlooking the Imperial Palace, Mount Fuji, Tokyo Tower and the skyscrapers of Shinjuku. Located in the heart of the finance district and nearby the Bank of Japan, it is also an area where large publishing and communications firms are headquartered. The lower levels of the building are occupied by the Sankei Shimbun, a well known Japanese daily newspaper, whilst the higher floors are occupied by prestigious foreign consulting, finance and banking corporations.
Besides its convenient public transportation access, the building also offers Otemachi Sankei Plaza, a conference centre located above the entrance lobby and offering a wide variety of function rooms for audiences from the small seminar of 20 people to the very large event for up to 600 people. Besides its great reputation, the building has cutting-edge systems in its construction, such as earth-quake resistance 1.5 times higher then new standards, disaster prevention and energy saving design.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 85 min by Airport Limousine bus to Marunouchi Hotel. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 30 min by Keikyu Line to JR Tokyo Station, 40 min by Airport Limousine bus to Yaesu Minami Exit of Tokyo Station.
Direct connection from Exit E1 or A4 of Otemachi Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Tozai Line, Hanzomon Line, Chiyoda Line and Toei Mita Line. 5 min walk from Marunouchi East Exit of JR Tokyo Station.
MARUNOUCHI SHUTTLE: Free Shuttle Bus going around Otemachi (Bus stop in front of Sankei Building) – Marunouchi – Yurakucho, every 12 to 15 min. TOEI BUS: Otemachi Bus Stop (3 min walk) : TOH43 Marunouchi 1-Chome : TOH20/TOH22/TOH22OTSU
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Recommended lunch places:
Bistro Lyon (French)
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DEAN & DELUCA (Coffee & Deli)
Tel +81 3 3284 7071
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