Marunouchi

Beautiful cityscape that brings back the image of the Meiji era

New Green
Green of innovation
Old meets New

Gyokodori Street runs in a straight line from the plaza in front of Tokyo Station to the Imperial Palace. Rows of boutiques and cafes line Marunouchi Nakadori Street and Gyokodori Street crossing in the North-South direction. One of the distinctive features of Marunouchi is the historical buildings, such as the redbrick Mitsubishi Ichigokan building built during the Meiji Era, that have been reproduced on the lower floors of the buildings to create a beautiful urban streetscape.

Photo Spot

Photograph of the plaza in front of Tokyo Station with the Imperial Palace in the background. A selfie with this classic architecture will be a great souvenir photo.
Marunouchi Nakadori Street
With green posts and seasonal flowers, the garden next to the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo is known as New Green open space.
The Tokyo International Forum. Japanese zelkova trees in the open space offer a relaxing time.

Something Green

Part of Marunouchi Nakadori Street is a “pedestrian’s paradise” for strolling. Discover green tables and chairs where you can relax at lunchtime in the shade of the trees along the road.

Marunouchi

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Tokyo Sta. on JR or Subway (M17) JR Yurakucho Sta.

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