Marunouchi: where the heart of Japan’s business beats

Distinctive and attractive, Marunouchi features unparalleled urban development assets, a cutting-edge infrastructure and lively activities organised in a vibrant 120-hectare district
Distinctive and attractive, Marunouchi features unparalleled urban development assets, a cutting-edge infrastructure and lively activities organised in a vibrant 120-hectare district



“It’s a very recognised brand in Tokyo, and in Japan. If you say Marunouchi anywhere, everybody knows. It helps establish your credibility,” said Jan Dusek, a business development manager at shecco Japan.

“It can be complicated to find partners here. That’s why we build networks and ties between businesses,” said Naoto Aiba, President of the Council for Area Development and Management of Otemachi, Marunouchi and Yurakucho. 

Marunouchi is home to some 4,000 companies where approximately 230,000 people work. As a business centre, it competes with New York City in the number of Fortune Global 500 company headquarters it hosts. It’s no surprise the district draws businesses and entrepreneurs like magnets — more than any other neighbourhood in Tokyo. In fact, its development strategy doesn’t focus only on big companies. Businesses of all shapes and sizes are welcome.

“We’re bringing in fresh blood, and taking in start-ups, which can actually help create synergies with big companies,” Mr. Aiba said.

Marunouchi and its neighbouring districts of Otemachi and Yurakucho continue to grow.
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