T O K Y O   T O R A N O M O N G L O B A L   S Q U A R E

A new project at the gateway
to the Toranomon area,
directly connected to Toranomon Station.

TOKYO TORANOMON GLOBAL SQUARE is being built next to the Toranomon intersection between Sotobori-dori Ave and Sakurada-dori Ave, and will be directly connected to Toranomon Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. This location is one that could be called the gateway to the Toranomon area, and the office building is expected to be a new face for Toranomon.


Easy access through a direct passage
from Toranomon Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.

Computer graphic showing a view of the completed underground plaza

A new underground plaza will be constructed,
creating a direct route from the ticket gates
to the office building on the same level.


The complex will be connected to Toranomon Station through a renovation of the station, which will include the creation of a new station-front underground plaza. A wide range of stores serving the office workers’ daily needs are planned to be opened, bringing new life to this easily accessible hub. The B1 entrance will be right outside the ticket gates, allowing smooth entry into the building. This seamless routte will create a comfortable office environment for employees.

Cross-section CG of passage to station

A simple, modern spatial design
with a highly functional office route.

The bright, open entrance hall provides a pleasing
welcome for workers and visitors

Escalators located on the right-hand side of the underground plaza lead from the ticket gates of the subway to an entrance hall where abundant natural light is let in to create a sense of openness. The grounds outside the 1st floor entrance form an open space where the public can come and go freely. This space will be a peaceful area full of greenery, adding enrichment to Toranomon and drawing visitors.

Cross section CG

Computer graphic showing a view of the completed entrance hall


“Picking up speed on the road to the future”:
This complex will be built in the heart
of the Tokyo metropolis’ new symbolic
international center.

The Toranomon area has made major strides toward urban regeneration, and with multiple redevelopment projects and the building of new transport infrastructure, it is evolving into a new international center. TOKYO TORANOMON GLOBAL SQUARE, slated for completion in 2020, is attracting particular attention as a core office building.

CG image of the outer facade of the completed project

Diverse urban functions in a central business location

The Toranomon area is one of Japan’s largest business districts, where pivotal government agencies, large corporate headquarters, foreign embassies and foreign companies are situated. It has also been designated as a "Special National Strategic Zone" for purposes such as making industries more internationally competitive, and much expansion of the urban infrastructure is taking place, including a BRT (bus rapid transit) system and bus terminal.

Illustration of the underground passages of the new station
( from materials on the redevelopment of the Toranomon area)

Toranomon is
an upscale business area
with easy access
from multiple stations.

  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line

    Toranomon Sta. 1min walk

  • Tokyo Metro Mrunouchi line / Hibiya line / Chiyoda line

    Kasumigaseki Sta. 4min walk

  • Toei Mita Line

    Uchisaiwaicho Sta. 6min walk

  • Tokyo Metro Ginza Line・JR Yamate Line/Keihintohoku Line/Tokaido Line

    Shimbashi Sta. 10min walk

Planned development area
Area guide

Metro Hibiya Line Toranomon-hills Station(scheduled to start in 2020)
on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
will offer more convenient access

Both the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hibiya Line will be available at Metro Hibiya Line Toranomon-hills Station(scheduled to start in 2020). Located 5 minutes from Tokyo Station and 8 minutes from Roppongi Station, this new station will greatly improve access to downtown Tokyo.

Access map

  • Shimbashi Sta. 2min
  • Ginza Sta. 3min
  • Tokyo Sta. 5min
  • Otemachi Sta. 6min
  • Shibuya Sta. 11min
  • Shinjuku Sta. 12min
  • Haneda Airport Sta. 23min
  • Narita Airport Sta. 60min


Standard floors

  • Installation area for water supply and drains
    *Depending on the installation location, it may be necessary to raise the floor.
  • Heavy-duty zone (HDZ) 1,000kg/㎡
Standard floors 5F-13F

Standard area per floor

TThe office spaces on the standard floors will have a ceiling height of 3.0m, with windows on all sides to create bright and open office floors. Features such as pillars set against the walls and separate air conditioning units that can be divided into 33 zones will create a flexible, easily customizable office layout.

  • Ceiling height: 3.0m
    OA floor: 100mm
  • LED
  • Energy-saving air conditioning
    divided into 33 zones
  • Universal toilets on
    every floor
  • Capacitance: 60VA/m2
    (can be increased to up to 90VA/m2)

Computer graphic showing a view of a completed floor

Air conditioning can be divided into 33 zones

Desiccant air conditioning system
The building uses the latest air conditioning system with individual temperature and humidity control. This results in more comfortable air conditioning in offices while reducing power consumption.
Energy-saving with natural ventilation
Natural ventilation can be used to circulate air from outside when desired. This can be used to reduce energy consumption by equipment such as air conditioners during the cold season and provide ventilation during a power outage.

CG image of the outer facade of the completedproject

*The CG drawings of the completed building shown here reflect the drawings that were created during the planning stage and differ from the actual completed building. Future changes may also occur. Some finer details such as external details, facilities and machinery, piping, etc. have been omitted or simplified. The plants do not reflect a specific season, nor have they grown to the extent shown in the planned completion drawings as of commencement of construction. Various structures around the site, such as buildings, power poles, signs, power lines and guard rails, have been partially or fully omitted. The appearance of tiles and various other materials, such as the texture and color, may differ from the actual materials.
*Travel time from the nearest station is calculated based on the estimated distance from the station building or above-ground subway entrance, and differs from the walking time from the ticket gate. The times displayed are for normal daytime hours, and may differ slightly depending on time of day. Waiting and transfer times are not included. This information is accurate as of September, 2017.