Hibiya Fort Tower
Mobility and
Driving Force

The excellent location improves nimble footwork on the job.
The quality of the environment draws out the fullest potential of the workers.
This is where business innovation starts in 2021.



Valuable surrounding area a business resource too

Hibiya, Kasumigaseki, Toranomon, Shimbashi— Hibiya Fort Tower is at the hub of four key districts of Tokyo, allowing flexible use of surroundings advantageous in any business situation.

Culture, entertainment, and relaxation spots nearby

The immediate vicinity is dotted with destinations to refresh and invigorate office workers by enriching not only their business but also their lunchtime and after-five life.

  • 2-min. walk to Kasumigaseki Station
  • 3-min. walk to Uchisaiwaicho Station
  • 3-min. walk to Toranomon
  • 7-min. walk to Shimbashi
  • Hibiya Park
  • Steam Locomotive Square
  • Iino Hall
  • Atago Shrine
  • Imperial Hotel Tokyo
  • Old Ministry of Justice Building
  • Shintora-dori (Kanni-dori) Avenue

Direct access to 70% of stations within the Yamanote Line

Hibiya Fort Tower is convenient for commuting and business, with access to 4 stations serving 12 lines—Kasumigaseki and Uchisaiwaicho via an underground concourse, plus neighboring Toranomon and Shimbashi—effectively reaching 78 stations within the Yamanote Line without changing trains.

  • Tokyo2min
  • Ginza2min
  • Hamamatsucho2min
  • Otemachi3min
  • Shinagawa4min
  • Akasaka-mitsuke4min
  • Ueno8min
  • Shibuya12min
  • Shinjuku14min
  • Ikebukuro22min
  • Yokohama22min

* Time requirements show the shortest traveling time from Kasumigaseki, Uchisaiwaicho, Toranomon, and Shimbashi Station.
* Based on regular weekday daytime operating hours which does not include transfer or waiting time.

5 JR Lines
  • Yamanote Line
  • Keihin-Tohoku Line
  • Tokaido Line, Yokosuka Line, Sobu Line, Ueno Tokyo Line
6 Metro Lines + 1 other
  • Marunouchi Line
  • Ginza Line
  • Chiyoda Line
  • Hibiya Line
  • Mita Line
  • Asakusa Line
  • Yurikamome Line
Access to Key Cities (by Shinkansen)
From Tokyo Station
Tokaido Shinkansen
Nagoya1h 37min
Shin-Osaka2h 27min
Tohoku Shinkansen
Sendai1h 31min
Shin-Aomori2h 59min
Hokuriku Shinkansen
Toyama2h 08min
Kanazawa2h 28min
Access to airports (by train)
From Shimbashi Station
Haneda Airport21min
Narita Airport1h 01min

* Source: Jorudan Japan Transit Planner
* Times required are the shortest from each station
* Based on regular weekday daytime operating hours which does not include transfer or waiting time.
* This information is accurate as of February 2021 and is subject to change.



11F Sky Lobby: an open space filled with natural light

The Sky Lobby is the entrance to Hibiya Fort Tower and features a ceiling height of about 5 meters, creating an impressive wide-open space and commanding a spectacular view. The Sky Garden and the Conference also function as communication spaces.

Comfortable access from subway and ground level to office floors

The office floors can be accessed smoothly from Kasumigaseki and Uchisaiwaicho stations, connected via underground concourse, and from all directions at ground level. A dedicated elevator provides comfortable access for VIP customers.

  • All
  • From ground level
  • From underground level
  • VIP
  • SOHO
  • Sky Lobby
  • Shops
  • Childcare facility
  • Green Space
  • Parking

Efficient elevation plus a suite of amenities

Elevators are separated by bank, providing efficient access to each floor without interrupting the flow of people. Enjoy a smooth approach also from the vehicle entranceway. The building interior is dotted with green spaces and amenities that provide quality everyday retreats for office workers.

  • Shuttle Elevator
  • Office Elevator (Bank A・B・C)
  • VIP Elevator
  • Elevator for entrance and commercial use
  • SOHO Elevator

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