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Hamamatsucho & Takeshiba

As a gateway to the air and sea, we are pursuing the development of the Hamamatsucho - Takeshiba area as an international business hub utilizing Tokyo government-owned land, while striving to revitalize the surrounding area through area management activities.

Become a "Gateway to the International City of Tokyo" welcoming visitors from around the world

The Hamamatsucho - Takeshiba area is surrounded by centers of strong international competitiveness, including the Dai-maru-yu area (comprising Otemachi, Marunouchi and Yurakucho) representing the core business hub of international finance and the Shinagawa - Tamachi area attracting rising interest as a transport hub with the launch of the new Takanawa Gateway Station.

The area initially developed as a "gateway to the sea" from Takeshiba Pier, which looks out over Tokyo Bay, but due to its close proximity to Haneda Airport the area also lies in a good location as a "gateway to the skies." The neighborhood is also home to two lush green gardens listed as important cultural properties.

We are working to develop an international business hub in the area, which has been the site of multiple large-scale redevelopment projects.

The project has been certified as a qualified project in a National Strategic Special Zone. Using Tokyo government-owned land, the project will involve the integrated development of private sector facilities that will help cultivate the contents industry and a trade and industry center operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Based on the concept of Digital × Content, we aim to connect people, information and businesses from around the world and create new lifestyles by positioning people's workplaces near their homes.

In addition, by constructing a pedestrian deck connecting Hamamatsu and Takeshiba stations, we will link together areas that were previously divided, and pursue initiatives to enhance the appeal and vitality of the overall area in a sustained, long-term fashion, such as by promoting area management through coordination between government, academia and the private sector.


Scheduled to open in September 2020, TOKYO PORTCITY TAKESHIBA is a large-scale complex spanning a total floor area of 200,000m2 comprising an office tower and residential tower. The project will advance the "smart city" concept utilizing cutting-edge technologies throughout the area, including data utilization, smart building development, robotics, mobility, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and 5G.


The office tower was developed with the aim of transforming the Takeshiba district facing Tokyo Bay into a CREATION PORT (business port of a new era). The tower is a state-of-the-art urban smart building pursuing comfort through the utilization of real-time data. In addition to office floors, a commercial zone and Skip Terrace will also be developed to suggest a new urban workstyle where people experience water and greenery as they work.

The Skip Terrace

The Skip Terrace arranged in a staircase pattern employs a wide range of open spaces and greenery. The presentation of the "Eight New Views of Takeshiba" comprising the eight views of sky, bees, rice paddy, smell, vegetable garden, water, island and rain creates an environment of lush greenery, while also conveying the biodiversity initiatives underway in Japanese cities.

TOKYO PORTCITY TAKESHIBA The residential tower

The residential tower, which comprises residences, share houses and serviced apartments, is an urban smart residence that employs cutting-edge technology to offer a comfortable living experience. The exclusive tenant app integrates a wide range of services, while facilities and services are provided to enhance "home time" in a way that caters to all styles of living. These features combine to propose a new lifestyle in which ones' workplace is close to their home.

TOKYU LAND CORPORATION × Hamamatsucho & Takeshiba

Shiodome Building
Shiodome BuildingKaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Completion: December 2007
Hamamatsucho Square
Hamamatsucho SquareHamamatsucho, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Completion: September 2004

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