Tokyo Midtown Yaesu opened its commercial facilities in full swing today, March 10, 2022, with the bus terminal area on the second basement floor opening on September 17, 2022.
In addition to the bus terminal on the basement floor and the surrounding commercial facilities, the commercial zone features stores focusing on “Japanese brands” under the concept of “Japan Presentation Field” to showcase Japan’s future manufacturing and brand value to the world from here.
Tokyo Midtown Yaesu
Tokyo Midtown Yaesu is a project underway as part of the Yaesu 2-chome North Urban Area Redevelopment Project.
The project consists of the Central Tower, with 45 floors above ground and a maximum height of 240 meters, and Central Square, with 7 floors above ground and a maximum height of 41 meters. The site area is over 1.3 ha with a total floor area of approximately 289,750 m2.
Located at 2-2-1 Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, the building is directly connected underground to Tokyo Station on the JR and Marunouchi Lines, a 3-minute walk from Kyobashi Station on the Ginza Line, and a 6-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station on the Tozai Line.
The Central Tower consists of a bus terminal on the second basement floor, a commercial zone from the first basement floor to the third floor above ground, Innovation Field Yaesu on the fourth and fifth floors, office floors from the seventh to 38th floors, and Bulgari Hotel Tokyo on the 40th to 45th floors. In addition, Chuo City Joto Elementary School will be located on the first to fourth floors of the Central Tower, and an accredited children’s school (Showa Kodomoen) will be located on the second and third floors of Central Square.
They are aiming to create a landmark that will create interaction and liveliness for visitors and domestic and international tourists and take advantage of its location directly in front of Tokyo Station, the gateway to Tokyo.
The surprise is that there is an elementary school in this group of buildings on the same site. Joto Elementary School was originally located here and is built inside the building as part of the redevelopment project in front of Tokyo Station.
It is a sight to see elementary school students with their school bags in the entrance of the high-rise building. We think the children who attend such a beautiful elementary school are very lucky.
B2: The bus terminal on the B2 level opened on September 17
Commercial facilities on B2F opened on September 17
B1: Commercial facilities from B1 to 3F Grand opening on March 10
1st: floor is the Japan Luxury floor
2nd: floor is Japan Lifestyle floor
3rd: Dining space on the 3rd floor
4th and 5th: floors Innovation Field Yaesu by Tokyo University
7 – 38th: Office area from 7th to 38th floors
40 – 45th: Bulgari Hotel Tokyo 40th to 45th floors (scheduled to open on April 4)
Floor of Japan Luxury 1st floor
The first floor is the Japan Luxury floor, proposing “contemporary luxury from Japan. HOSOO TOKYO, a showroom, and store that continues the Kyoto tradition of Hosoo, which was founded in 1688 in Nishijin, Kyoto, and CFCL YAESU, a knitwear company, will open stores on the first floor.
Other stores on the 1st floor include “KANEKO OPTICAL”, “PORTER”, and “ONITSUKA TIGER” sports shoes.
The first floor is themed “Japan Luxury” and offers experience value appropriate for Yaesu, Tokyo, where people from Japan and abroad gather. The first floor will feature Japanese brands that embody the “craftsmanship” that has supported Japan, Tokyo, and Yaesu up to the present day, and will offer “modern Japanese luxury” to visitors who seek the finest products and spaces.
The 2nd floor is the Japan Lifestyle floor, featuring sports, art, apparel, and other items. A new brand “TOKYO UNITE” lifestyle store by a Tokyo-based sports team and organization will open for the first time in Japan.
The 2nd floor is a floor that proposes a new “Made in Japan” concept. This is a zone where visitors can experience a variety of information on sports, food, art, etc., and tickle their curiosity, offering a new lifestyle in Tokyo.
A clothing and sundry goods store selling goods from “TOKYO UNITE,” a project involving 14 sports teams and organizations based in Tokyo, has also opened.
The third floor features a concentration of restaurants of a wide range of genres that express the diversity of Yaesu.
The restaurants range from casual restaurants to high quality restaurants suitable for dinners and special occasions.
In terms of genres, the restaurants range from Japanese cuisine such as Robatayaki and sushi to Western and Chinese cuisine, and can be used for a variety of occasions.
A variety of well-known restaurants await you.
Bulgari Hotel Tokyo
Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, an ultra-luxury hotel, will open on April 4, 2023!
April 4, 2023! The hotel will open on April 4, 2023.
It is the eighth hotel in the world that the Bulgari Hotels & Resorts collection is building.
Bulgari Hotel Tokyo” will be located on the 40th to 45th floors of Tokyo Midtown Yaesu, a skyscraper constructed in Yaesu 2-chome.
It is the “best” location in Tokyo with a panoramic view of the Imperial Palace and the city of Tokyo.
The Imperial Garden View is the side from which you can see the Imperial Palace, and the Skyline View is the side from which you can see the skyscrapers to the east of Yaesu.
Whichever side you choose to stay, you can imagine a great view from the window.
As with previous Bulgari Hotels & Resorts
The interior design of the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo is by the Italian architectural firm ACPV ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN.
ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, an Italian architectural design firm, is said to have designed the interior of the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo.
The Bulgari Hotel Tokyo has 98 guest rooms, including
The “Bulgari Suite” is a suite of three types of rooms: Superior Room, Deluxe Room, and Premium Room.
The Bulgari Suite has 98 rooms, and these suites are available in three types: Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, and Premium Rooms.
The 98 rooms in the Bulgari Suite are exquisitely furnished with the finest Italian furniture brands such as Maxalto, Flexform, and B&B Italia.
There are four types of suites: Junior Suite, Superior Suite, Deluxe Suite, Premium Suite, and Bulgari Suite.
One of them is the “Bulgari Suite,” an exceptional room with the best view in Tokyo.
The suite is designed in a modern Italian style with Japanese traditions and state-of-the-art technology. The Bulgari Suite is said to be 400 square meters in size.
I don’t know the prices for these rooms, as they are not listed on the official site, but I suspect that only guests of state will be staying in these rooms.
Just to test things out, I checked the prices.
The price for a one-night stay at the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, including breakfast, is
I checked the hotel’s official site.
The hotel has been booked up since April 4, the opening day of the hotel, and the price for April is
For 2 adults, 1 night
Deluxe, Room, 1 King, Skyline view, 400,000 yen
Deluxe, Room, 2 Double, Skyline View” for 380,000 yen including breakfast.
According to the official website, there are still rooms available at these prices.
Premium, guest room, 1 king, imperial garden view, 440,000 yen
Premium, guest room, 2 double, Imperial Garden View, 440,000 yen including breakfast
It seems to be a little cheaper about a month ahead.
This is such a nice building above the bus terminal, right in front of the Yaesu Exit of Tokyo Station.
If you have some time in Tokyo Station, it’s well worth a quick peek.