10158660654?profile=RESIZE_710xThe Toranomon-Azabudai Project Site Overview

Tokyo's Toranomon-Azabudai Project site encompasses a long, narrow district running from east to west, originally broken up by hills and valleys within convoluted terrain. The fragmented district was populated with small, old wooden houses and buildings, many of which were deteriorating. Overall, the city infrastructure needed an upgrade. In response, the "Council for Creating Cities" was established in 1989 in collaboration with some 300 rights holders. However, it took nearly 30 years to discuss and plan the Toranomon-Azabudai area's revitalization. In 2017, the Redevelopment Plan was approved as a designated National Strategic Special Zone.

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Green & Wellness Enhance Lifestyle10158683277?profile=RESIZE_710xToranomon-Azabudai Project Central Plaza

The concept of the Toranomon-Azabudai Project is a "MODERN URBAN VILLAGE" that consists of two pillars "GREEN" and "WELLNESS". The project will seamlessly weave offices, residences, a hotel, an international school, retail shops, restaurants and cultural facilities into the fabric of everyday life, encompassing work, learning, recreation, interaction, and relaxation. This visionary project also aims to create "a city within a city," which will constitute the "Hills of the future" by utilizing past experiences in the Hills-series of redevelopments. One-hundred percent of the electricity supplied to the entire neighborhood will come from renewable sources, meeting the targets stipulated in the RE100 international environmental initiative led by the UK's Climate Group. The Toranomon-Azabudai Project received top Platinum-level LEED ND (Neighborhood Development, v.4) precertifications, which is the first project in Tokyo to be precertified Platinum in the ND category. In addition, the A District of the Toranomon-Azabudai Project received WELL (Core,v.2 Pilot) precertifications, which is the world's largest property precertification standard.

10158697697?profile=RESIZE_710xToranomon-Azabudai Project East Entrance

Facility Overview

This new city will have a total floor area of 861,500m², including 213,900m² of office space, approximately 1,400 residential units, and the A district tower soaring to a height of nearly 330 meters. This mixed-use city will host some 20,000 employees and 3,500 residents, and welcome 25-35 million visitors per year.10158708878?profile=RESIZE_710x

Toranomon-Azabudai Project Office Lobby

The project will partner with Aman, the operator of diverse world-class luxury hotels and resorts. The two main outcomes of the partnership will be (1) the branded residence Aman Residences Tokyo and (2) luxury hotel Janu Tokyo, Aman's sister brand, marking the debut of the Janu brand in Japan.10158711467?profile=RESIZE_710xToranomon-Azabudai Project Hotel & Restaurant

10158712856?profile=RESIZE_710xToranomon-Azabudai Project Food Market

About Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau (TCVB)

Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing and management organization for Tokyo. TCVB's goal is to build economic prosperity and support community development through tourism. TCVB effectively markets the city and communicates the ever-evolving image of Tokyo to global audiences in the aim of attracting visitors and business events. This is achieved through the coordinated group efforts of community, partners, and staff working together.

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