Nishi-Shinjuku, or West Shinjuku, is known as Tokyo's skyscraper business district full of high-rise buildings. The Shinjuku Oak City is only a 3 minute walk from Nishi-Shinjuku station on the Marunouchi subway line and also within walking distance to Shinjuku station connected with six JR lines, Keio line, Odakyu line and three subway lines, providing our clients a convenient commute to any area in Tokyo as well as other cities in Japan.
The Shinjuku Oak City has a stunning blue glass facade and a large staircase at its entrance. The building is joined with Shinjuku Oak Tower by an impressive high ceiling glass arcade and both buildings share the same amenities, parking and restaurant facilities. Servcorp's location on the 8th floor has a sleek and modern look with granite stone flooring, mirrors and coloured glass walls, yet at the same time a warm and elegant ambiance with wooden framework throughout the floor.
From Narita International Airport: 90 min by Narita Express to Shinjuku Station. 95 min by Airport Limousine bus to Hilton Tokyo Hotel. From Haneda Airport (Tokyo International Airport): 16 min by Keikyu Line Airport Limited Express to Shinagawa Station, 20 min by JR Line from Shinagawa Station to Shinjuku Station. 45 min by Airport Limousine bus to Hilton Tokyo Hotel.
3 min walk from exit 2 of Nishi-Shinjuku Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line. 5 min walk from exit 2 of Tochomae station on Toei Oedo Line by underground passage. 10 min walk from West Gate of Shinjuku Station. (11 routes available by JR Line, Keio Line, Odakyu Line, Toei Subways, Narita Express)
TOEI BUS: Tokyo Idai Byoin Mae. Bus Stop (2 min walk) : SHUKU91/OU78. SEIBU BUS: Tokyo Idai Byoin Mae. Bus Stop (2 min walk) : SHUKU20.
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