Nihonbashi is where the heart of Japan's economy and finance combines with history and tradition, and the area is enjoying a resurgence. The Nihonbashi Kabutocho Centre, on Level 3 of the Metlife Kabutocho Building, is near Tokyo Exchange Market, the post office, large department stores and the stylish shopping complex Coredo Nishonbashi. It is a few minutes' walk from Nihonbashi and Kayaba-cho subway stations and convenient for the Tokyo JR railway station. The city houses the Tokyo Stock Exchange, head offices of The Bank of Japan and The Bank of Tokyo, along with banks and major IT and pharmaceuticals companies. In the recent redevelopment, the number of large-scale buildings has been increasing with the likes of Coredo Nihonbashi and Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. However, a more rustic style remains in Shitamachi, old Tokyo downtown, which includes the wholesale district.