The Shiodome Sio-site, which extends over approximately 31 hectares of the Shinbashi waterfront in Minato-ku, is one of the largest urban development projects in Metropolitan Tokyo.
Adjacent to some of Tokyo's premier districts, including Ginza, Marunouchi, and Kasumigaseki, as well as the new Tokyo waterfront subcenter, the Shiodome Sio-site is the ideal center-city location. With state-of-the-art urban amenities including a variety of commercial facilities, the community is home to the headquarters of a large number of major Japanese companies.
The Tokyo Shiodome Building, with office, hotel, and retail sections, is situated in a superb location next to the Hamarikyu Onshi Teien park, offering spectacular views of the Tokyo waterfront.
The office area of the building, which houses Japan's leading-edge corporations, offers 3,300 square meters of column-free space per floor--enough to accommodate just about any layout imaginable.
Pedi Shiodome, a commercial complex developed jointly by Mori Trust and PARCO CO., LTD., is custom-designed to meet today's business needs.
The hotel area houses the Conrad Tokyo, the luxury brand of the Hilton Group, offering first-class hospitality for the cosmopolitan city like Tokyo.
Mori Trust works to provide a range of urban resources through its combination of convenient locations, sophisticated building features, and collaborative projects. The Tokyo Shiodome Building, standing as the embodiment of the Mori Trust business model, projects an excellence and strength truly suited to its site in the capital of Japan.
|Name||Primary use||Number of stories|
|Office||office||High-rise building 3-26F|
|hotel||High-rise building 28-37F
Annex building 1-2F
|shops||High-rise building 2F, B1-B2F|
|Location||1-9-1 Higasi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo|
|Site area||17,847.67m2(5,398.9 TSUBO)|
|Total floor area||191,394.06m2(57,896.7 TSUBO)|
|Number of Floors||37 floors above ground, 4 floors below ground|
|Primary use||office, hotel, shops, parking|
|Car park||435 units|
|Building completed||January, 2005|
・6 min on foot from Shinbashi Sta. on the JR Line, Ginza Line, Toei Asakusa Line
・1 min on foot from Shiodome Sta. on the Yurikamome Line, Toei Oedo Line