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Access

Blessed with agreeable access, an area of cultural history.

【Local sightseeing spots】
Tokyo Tower / Zojoji Temple / Hamarikyu Imperial Garden / Tokyo Midtown / Roppongi Hills /
Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art / Matsuoka Art Museum / World Trade Center Building

〒105-0014 3-23-1 Shiba Minato-ku, Tokyo

By Train

  • About a 7-minute walk from the Mita Exit (West Exit) of Tamachi station (JY27) on the JR Yamanote Line
  • About a 1-minute walk from the A2 Exit of Shibakoen station (I05) on the Toei Subway Mita Line
    (As this exit only has stairs, we recommend using Mita station (I04) when you have large luggage items, such as a suitcase.)
  • About a 3-minute walk from the A8 Exit of Mita station (I04 / A08) on the Toei Subway Mita Line or Asakusa Line
    (An elevator is available at this exit.)
    About a 3-minute walk from the A10 Exit. (Closed from 8:00 pm to 7:00 am).
  • About an 8-minute walk from the Akabanebashi Exit of Akabanebashi station (E21) on the Toei Subway Oedo Line
  • About 5 minutes by car from North Exit or South Exit of Hamamatsucho station (JY28) on the JR Yamanote Line
  • About 10 minutes by car from Takanawa-guchi Exit of Shinagawa station (JY25) on the JR Yamanote Line

By Air

  • Haneda Airport ・・・ About 25 minutes by Tokyo Monorail, then about 5 minutes by taxi from Hamamatsucho station (MO01)
    • About 30 minutes by rapid express on the Keikyu Airport Line, then about 3 minutes on foot from Mita station (A08)
    • (There is an elevator at the exit.)
  • Narita Airport ・・・ About 60 minutes by JR Narita Express to Tokyo station, then about 8 minutes to Tamachi (JY27) on the JR Yamanote line, and about a 7-minute walk from Tamachi station
  • Haneda Airport ・・・ About 80 minutes by Limousine Bus (Hotel → Haneda Airport only, currently Haneda Airport → Hotel is not offered)
  • Narita Airport ・・・ About 150 minutes by Limousine Bus

By Car

  • About 10 minutes by taxi from the taxi stand outside Takanawa-guchi Exit of Shinagawa station (JY25)
  • 2 minutes from the Shiba Koen Ramp of the Metropolitan Expressway Inner Circular (“Kanjo”) Route (C1)