This business centre is on the 4th floor of Tekko Building which will reopen in the fall of 2015, adjoining Tokyo station Yaesu north exit. As a renewed structure in the heart of Japan’s economy, its visibility, convenience and impact, are getting a lot of attention. Along with state-of-the-art facilities, it incorporates seismic engineering technology and counter-disaster measures like food/water supplies and emergency power generators, not standardly equipped in other buildings of the area. Shops, restaurants, and clinics will be on the lower floors, with adjacent serviced apartments to meet long-term stayers’ needs.
There are 14 different choices on the public transport system, including JR trains, shinakansen and subways. Getting to Haneda or Narita is simple because the ground floor serves as bus stops for the Airport Limousine. It is a business centre with nationwide and global access, suited as a Tokyo headquarters for frequent business travellers or those with clients around Japan.