Nihonbashi is the heart of Japan's financial district and a preferred location of several large pharmaceutical companies. Wakamatsu building is located in the up-town area of Nihonbashi, offering an extremely desirable corporate address. Tokyo's main Mitsukoshi store and Takashimaya stores are within walking distance and together with newly opened shopping malls such as COREDO Muromachi and YUITO, also within three minutes walking distance from the building, the area has become more attractive than ever.
Contrary to its reputation of being a predominant financial district in Japan today, Nihonbashi brings a lot of history and culture to the area. Literally named “Japan Bridge” after the famous bridge in Nihonbashi from which all the distances in Japan are measured.
From Narita International Airport: 60 min by Narita Express to Tokyo Station, 2 min by JR Line from Tokyo Station to Shin Nihonbashi Station 75 min by Airport Limousine bus to Mandarin Oriental Hotel. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 17 min by Keikyu Line or Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station, 8 min by JR Line from Hamamatsucho Station to Kanda Station 30 min by Airport Limousine bus to Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo Station, 2 min by JR Line from Tokyo Station to Shin Nihonbashi Station.
Right across the street from Exit 6 of Shin-Nihonbashi Station on JR Sobu line. 3 min walk from Exit A9 of Mitsukoshi-mae Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line. 5 min walk from South Exit of Kanda Station on JR Line. 5 min walk from Exit 3 of Kodenmacho Station on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.
TOEI BUS: Muromachi 3-chome Bus Stop (1 min walk), Kodenma-cho Bus Stop (5 min walk): TOH42KOU Kanda Ekimae Bus Stop (5 min walk): AKI26 / S-1.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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