Luxury Central Business District Project


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- Linear Chuo Shinkansen Plans (opening of Tokyo-Nagoya section scheduled for 2027; delays may occur): Central Japan Railway Company (Chuo Shinkansen Tokyo/Nagoya Environment Assessment Report)
- Based on Nationwide Shinkansen Maintenance Law No. 8, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport instructed JR to start construction on the Chuo Shinkansen. JR is now currently conducting an environmental assessment.
- Plans are only preliminary and are subject to change.

The redevelopment surrounding the station is ongoing. The city is moving forward. Starting with Hikarie (which opened in 2012) construction of multi-business complexes around the Shibuya Station area is ongoing. Upon project completion, the city is expected to change drastically. The connection of the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin and the Tokyo Toyoko Lines has greatly improved travel convenience.

The busiest station in the world continues to evolve. Large scale businesses and skyscrapers fill the West Side of the station. The South Side will be the site of the new Shinjuku South Exit Building (tentative name), slated for completion in 2016.

Centered around Ebisu Garden Place, the city is alive with a contemporary and cosmopolitan feel. With a homegrown feel, the trends that emerge here are at once contemporary and cultured. Ebisu Garden Place, coupled with the lively Atre Building make for an abundant shopping experience.

Ikebukuro, a big city for young and old alike. The Seibu and Tobu Department Stores stand alongside such famous buildings as Sunshine City in a neighborhood teeming with amusement and culture.

A multifaceted, sharp and smart city. Some of Tokyo’s more famous buildings, such as Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown call Roppongi home. Some parts of the day, the neighborhood is quiet. At other times, it shows a more lively and entertaining side.

Strategic linkage urban city redevelopment plan on global business is undergoing. Since the redevelopment plan on itchoume finished in 2009, there have been guidelines on making livable city in the surrounding area. Due to its role as an axis of Japan economy, globalization and intellectual information plays an important role in the redevelopment of the city.

The opening of the Tokyo Station Hotel drastically changed the surrounding. The opening of the hotel changed the expression/ambience/climate of the surroundings when it opened in 2012 reviving the famous red brick façade.

The treasure chest of the world’s top brands. A shopping town that the world looks up to. From legacy names to top brands. With its popularity among adults, its status will remain number One. There has been an increase in fast fashion shops which has brought the younger generation to the city.

Shinagawa area

Shinagawa is a business zone that has skyscrapers, office buildings such as Shinagawa Intercity and Shinagawa Grand Commons. There are also large scale business hotels, Shinagawa Goos and outside multi-entertainment facility, Epson Shinagawa Aqua Stadium bringing variety to the city. As a base for business, transportation and living, Shinagawa is expected to become the new center of Tokyo.

Tokaido Shinkansen, Epson Shinagawa Access Stadium, SHINAGAWA GOOS
Shinagawa Intercity

Gotanda & Osaki area

There’s many spots that fulfill daily needs. The landscapes of the Meguro River bring generosity to an active life. In the springtime, cherry blossoms bloom and it becomes an oasis in the city bringing tranquility to those that live there.

Gate City Osaki, The Promenade Along Yatsuyama Road, Gotanda, Meguro River near Osaki

Haneda area

The expansion of the International Terminal brought internationalization to the airport. It is now very easy to go overseas. SKYTRAX (UK)*provided awards to Haneda in two categories - cleanliness and domestic, consecutively for two years.

*SKYTRAX is a UK-based aviation research service company founded in 1989.


Haneda Airport, Haneda Airport Terminal 1

※The photo is an aerial shot overlooking the Shinagawa area as of March 2014. Additional images have been added based on forthcoming construction.
※This photo was taken in April 2014.
※The information is based on data from March 2014.
※The train map is current as of March 2014. Not all lines/stations are included.