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Shin-Marunouchi Building, Chiyoda

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Browse a diverse selection of luxury international and local brands at Shin-Marunouchi Building, including a "passage zone" of specialty shops. Completed in 2007, the multipurpose high-rise features 42 floors and reaches a height of 200 m (656 ft). The building contains office floors, as well as a commercial section with over 150 high-end stores. Take a break in a classy, comfortable rest area, followed by a tasty Japanese meal at one of the restaurants. Use our Tokyo travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Shin-Marunouchi Building and other attractions in Tokyo.
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  • This was the first shopping area we went to in Tokyo. It's across from the Tokyo train Station and that is how we found it. The shop's are diverse and very high end. It would be so nice to be able to ...  more »
  • The Shin-Marunouchi Building is one of the newer buildings in Marunouchi and has five floors of good restaurants 9mostly) and above that an office tower. One restaurant that has been a favorite and ha...  more »
  • The Shin-Marnouchi Building boast good shopping and good restaurants, one of many plush skyscrapers in this area. When you walk around here you have a feeling that the Japanese economy is live and wel...  more »
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  • Easy access from Tokyo Station Very nice view with Imperial Residence and the National Parlament from the resaurants on the 7th floor Surrounded by the gigantic buildings looks like cities in North America
  • It is located in heart of Tokyo and very close to Tokyo station..it is huge building with many offices. A good place to start office..its a business centre
  • Lots of restaurants and easy to get here. It is one of the two stops of the bullet train in Tokyo. Right on the Tokyo station (The other stop is Shinagawa.)
  • High class department store and lots of restaurants to try out.
  • Good spot in downtown to eat, great atmosphere on the whole restaurant floor with a wide variety of cuisines to choose from Italian, Japanese, Indian... to cater to a wide variety of palates.