October 2009 | Servcorp
We are pleased to announce Servcorp's newest location in Tokyo on level 20, Marunouchi Trust Tower - Main in Tokyo! Servcorp will offer serviced offices and virtual office packages at this landmark location situated right on top of Tokyo Station, the main commuting hub of the country.
Servcorp has long been known for the best city locations, high-quality fit-outs and service standards, and now Servcorp's leading IT and communications solutions will be available to help clients work more effectively wherever their work may take them.
“Marunouchi -1 chome is the most prestigious business address any company can have in Japan. Besides being located in the heart of the financial district, its ideal location on top of Tokyo Station will make it a very attractive place to do business for entrepreneurs and established companies in Tokyo or from other parts of Japan. The 20th floor offers fantastic views over Tokyo Station, the Imperial Palace gardens and Marunouchi, the home of the headquarters of Japan's most renowned financial institutions and large Japanese and foreign companies. The new floor will be the most prestigious serviced office in Japan, offering the latest IT technology available combined with the sophisticated fit-out that make Servcorp so unique” Olga Vlietstra, General Manager - Japan.
Train and subway access is the most extended in Tokyo: 16 train and subway lines enter Tokyo Station, including the JR Narita Express and the Shinkansen bullet trains connecting Tokyo to all other major cities in Japan. The prestigious Marunouchi Trust Tower Main has a fantastic tenant list and is also home of the latest 5-star hotel entering the Japanese market: the Shangri-La Hotel, occupying the top floors of the building.
Japan is often called the "Land of the Rising Sun" and is the second largest economy in the world in terms of GDP with the most sophisticated consumers. Standard of living is amongst the highest in the world and Japan ranks 12th of the 178 countries in the Ease of Doing Business Index 2008.