Marunouchi

With the addition of various commercial facilities and restaurants, and the Tokyo station newly reborn in 2012, the heart of Tokyo continues to develop.

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Marunouchi lies between Tokyo Station and Kokyogaien National Gardens. The construction of western-style buildings in this area was led by the Mitsubishi Ichigokan office building during the Meiji Era. Brick-made buildings were constructed one after the other, and soon, the area resembled London’s Lombard Street, thus earning the name Iccho (one-block) London. It soon developed into the first modern business district in Japan. Various commercial facilities, such as the Marunouchi Building, Shin-Marunouchi Building, Marunouchi OaZO, and Kitte are lined around Tokyo Station, the gateway to Tokyo. It offers a variety of places where you can enjoy dining, shopping, art, among other things, and it is also known as a place where grown-ups can have a good time.

The lush greeneries of Kokyogaien.

A variety of outdoor cafés, restaurants, and shops.

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