Nihonbashi, which had a flourishing history as the center of Edo (the former name for Tokyo), is an area where tradition blends seamlessly with modern culture. In addition to historical and cultural sites, this area offers luxury hotels, convention facilities and commercial facilities in close proximity to one another. Furthermore, while providing rich traditional experiences, this area is a center for financial and pharmaceutical companies, which makes it easy to organize or host various business events here, such as corporate or academic meetings. Remaining true to its Edo period past while enjoying its present status as a hub for modern Tokyo culture, Nihonbashi is the ideal setting for your business event.
INFORMATION for BUSINESS EVENTS
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(Approx. 3,787 m2)
The area features a cluster of diverse venues of various sizes. They range from a hall large enough for a trade show to individual meeting rooms. The venues offer equipment for meetings in a variety of forms.
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The hotels offer a broad choice of guestrooms, ranging from the high-end to business-class rooms. They permit easy access to subway trains bound for Shibuya or Asakusa. They are also within walking distance from Tokyo Station. The convenient location makes the hotels ideal for various purposes.
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The banquet hall offers an elegant atmosphere and superior services for events of varying scales, such as a gala dinner and party.
“AG/SUM”, a global event that aims to help agriculture make the leap to a growth industry by shining a spotlight on the front lines of “agritech”, a fusion of agriculture and technology, was held in Nihonbashi for the second straight year in 2019. AG/SUM is an all-around convention that includes a symposium that attracts agriculture specialists and start-up founders from throughout Japan and overseas and also provides a place for corporations to exhibit the state-of the-art agritech products they have developed, while creating a space for networking. The Market held in a 1,500 m2 roofed plaza was an event attended not only by AG/SUM participants but also by people who work nearby and ordinary shoppers, making AG/SUM an event well integrated with the local community.
- Muromachi Mitsui Hall & Conference
- Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall
- COREDO Muromachi Terrace “Oyane Hiroba” (Roofed Outdoor Plaza)
Nihonbashi Sakura (cherry blossom) Festival
A culture of enjoying food while admiring cherry blossoms has flourished in Nihonbashi. In fact, the area has famous places that include Sakura in their names, such as Edo Sakura-dori Street and Nihonbashi Sakura-dori Street. This festival provided an experience of viewing cherry blossoms with a combination of historical and contemporary elements that are unique to Nihonbashi. The overall town welcomed visitors with cherry blossom art, cherry-blossom-colored illuminations, a music festival celebrating the arrival of spring, and special food menus themed on cherry blossoms, allowing them to enjoy the festival with their five senses.
- Fukutoku Garden (Japanese Web site)
- COREDO Muromachi
- Mitsui Main Building
- Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store
The entire district offers visitors the opportunity to experience traditional Japanese cultural elements for feeling cooler in summer, including yukata (summer kimono), paper lanterns, and wind chimes.
The history of these elements dates back to the Edo period (1603–1868).
Stores and restaurants participating in this event offer discounts to customers wearing yukata. Other features include cool summer sweets with a summer theme, pathways to enjoy the sound of wind chimes, and weekend summer festivals and food stalls. Nihonbashi’s unique and traditional ways of enjoying summer are sure to elevate the mood.
- COREDO Muromachi
- Naka-dori Streetet
- Fukutoku Garden
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Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall
Address：5th floor, COREDO Muromachi 1, 2-2-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
Address：2-1-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
E-mail : email@example.com
Muromachi Mitsui Hall & Conference
Address：3-2-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo COREDO Muromachi Terrace 3rd floor
E-mail : https://www3.mitsuifudosan.co.jp/enquete/agreement.php
Address：2-4-3 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Address：2-2-1 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
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