Live in the Heart of Tokyo
Location

One theme connects the projects
developed by Mori Building:
a sense of each project
as a center where people gather.
Appealing neighborhoods
where people come together
are a big part of what makes a city
vibrant and attractive.
Toranomon has always had the potential
to become this kind of area.
It lies in the heart of Tokyo with great access
to Tokyo International Airport—
the city’s gateway to the world.
In redeveloping Toranomon and
transforming it into Toranomon Hills,
we sought to build on this potential
and reintroduce the area
as a new center for global business.
Location #1

Tokyo’s Next
Transport Hub

Access to transportation
Twenty minutes* by car
to Tokyo’s gateway to
the world, Toranomon
is positioned to become
the new center of Tokyo.
*Travel times may vary depending on the time of day and traffic, and are for when traveling via Shiodome to Tokyo International Airport Terminal 3, a distance of 16.5 km. The time is calculated based on travel via expressways at the legally allowed speed limit and on public roads at an average speed of 40 km/h.
Average travel times
  • Times shown are for 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon. – Fri., and do not include transfer times. The information is correct as of November 2020.
  • Tokyo Station: About 6 minutes when traveling from Toranomon Hills Station on the Hibiya Line. Requires transferring to the Marunouchi Line at Kasumigaseki Station.
  • Shinjuku Station: About 13 minutes when traveling from Toranomon Hills Station on the Hibiya Line. Requires transferring to the Oedo Line at Roppongi Station.
  • Shibuya Station: About 11 minutes when traveling from Toranomon Station on the Ginza Line.
  • Shinagawa Station: About 15 minutes when traveling from Toranomon Hills Station on the Hibiya Line. Requires getting off at Hibiya Station and taking the underground passageway to Yurakucho Station to get on the Yamanote Line.

Easy access to Tokyo International Airport and the bay area

Already located just 20 minutes* away by car from Tokyo International Airport, Toranomon will become an even more crucial transport juncture when a new ring road—scheduled for completion in 2022—provides a direct link to the redeveloped Tokyo Bay area. With more options to get to one of Asia’s biggest travel hubs and easy access to Tokyo’s major business districts, Toranomon is set to transform into a truly global business center.
*Travel times may vary depending on the time of day and traffic, and are for when traveling via Shiodome to Tokyo International Airport Terminal 3, a distance of 16.5 km. The time is calculated based on travel via expressways at the legally allowed speed limit and on public roads at an average speed of 40 km/h.

A direct link to the subway system

Travel throughout the city is facilitated by easy access to two central Tokyo subway lines from the newly-built Toranomon Hills Station—directly accessible from Residential Tower—and Toranomon Station, connected to each other by an underground passageway. Once Toranomon Hills Station Tower*is completed, Toranomon Hills Station will boast both a vast underground concourse and expansive aboveground lobby, enhancing the neighborhood’s sense of place.
*Name TBD.

Direct bus access

Business Tower, 1st Floor
A 1,000-square-meter bus terminal—which connects directly to Toranomon Hills Station via an underground passageway—is located on the first floor of Toranomon Hills Business Tower (a 2-minute walk away). The terminal offers express bus services to and from Tokyo International Airport, as well as bus rapid transit (BRT) services to and from the bayside area.
BRTとは「Bus Rapid Transit」(バス高速輸送システム)の略です。連節バスの採用や走行空間の整備等により、路面電車と比較して遜色のない輸送力と機能を有し、定時性・速達性を確保した、バスをベースとした交通システムを指します。
Station lobby
Connecting decks scheduled
for completion in 2023.
TORANOMON HILLS
BUSINESS TOWER
TORANOMON HILLS
MORI TOWER
TORANOMON HILLS
STATION TOWER
(Name TBD)
Toranomon Hills Station
on the Hibiya Line
TORANOMON AREA
TORANOMON HILLS
RESIDENTIAL TOWER
about 13 minutes
SHINJUKU
about 11 minutes
SHIBUYA
about 15 minutes
SHINAGAWA
ROPPONGI
GINZA
IMPERIAL PALACE
KASUMIGASEKI
about 6 minutes
TOKYO
TORANOMON
TORANOMON
HANEDA AIRPORT
Route via Rinkai-Fukutoshin Interchange
Route via Shiodome Interchange
Location #2

Cosmopolitan
Dynamism

A new global business center
Toranomon is located in
Minato Ward, Tokyo’s
most cosmopolitan area.

A gathering place for
international professionals

The diverse character and cosmopolitan culture of Minato Ward makes it a magnet for international organizations and a popular residential area for professionals coming from overseas.
Location #3

A City
Forever
Evolving

An area that is diverse in character
Redevelopment projects
in and around Toranomon
will transform the area
into a vibrant center
for global business.

The future business center of Tokyo

Toranomon Hills is located near all of Mori Building’s other major projects—Ark Hills, Roppongi Hills, and the currently under-construction Toranomon-Azabudai District. Taken together, the projects offer the potential to create a single integrated area unified by a common cosmopolitan sensibility that transforms it into an attractive global business center. By drawing talent to Tokyo from all over the world, Toranomon Hills will enhance the city’s reputation and make living here a worthy investment.
Ark Hills
(a 12-minute walk away)
Roppongi Hills
(a 29-minute walk away)
Toranomon-Azabudai District
(To be completed in 2023)
Atago Green Hills
(a 4-minute walk away)
Address
1-100-1 Atago, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access by public transport
2 min. walk from Exit A1 of Toranomon Hills Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
6 min. walk from Exit 2b of Toranomon Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
TORANOMON HILLS
RESIDENTIAL TOWER
ROPPONGI HILLS
ARK HILLS
TORANOMON-AZABUDAI
DISTRICT
ATAGO GREEN HILLS
TORANOMON HILLS
Artist’s renderings are based on blueprints from the planning stage of the project. Actual objects, colors, and other details may differ. Renderings exclude certain aspects, such as equipment and details in the objects. Trees and plants in the renderings may differ in location, height, number, and other details due to circumstances that arise from construction. Renderings of the surrounding neighborhood have been simplified and differ from the actual neighborhood. Actual objects, colors, and other details may differ. Images exclude certain aspects, such as equipment and details in the objects.