Marunouchi ( 丸の内) is a commercial district located in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. Situated between Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, the name, meaning "inside the circle", derives from its location within the palace's outer moat. It is also Tokyo's financial district and the country's three largest banks are headquartered there. History [ edit]
Marunouchi is a business district stretching between Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, in the central Chiyoda ward. The area is favored by shopping lovers and renowned for its skyline made of hotels, restaurants and numerous office buildings. Contents Observation decks on Tokyo Station's red brick building
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Marunouchi Hotel is a minute's walk from Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit and a 10-minute taxi ride from Tsukiji Fish Market. It features 4 dining options, a massage service and rooms with free WiFi. Guest rooms offer both air conditioning and heating facilities. Each is equipped with a fridge and flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
One of Japan’s first modern business districts, Marunouchi is the site of historic Tokyo Station and the residence of Japan’s current royal family. Spend the day shopping in this district’s trendy entertainment complexes.
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Marunouchi — meaning ‘within (the castle walls)’ in Japanese — is the compact area sandwiched between the eastern border of the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station. While centrally located today, it used to be on the periphery of the Japanese capital a little more than a hundred years ago.
Marunouchi is a swanky, ultra-prestigious business area between the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station. Once home to feudal lords, its current residents rule Japanese business, particularly the financial sector. It’s everything you’d expect from the central hub of a big city: busy, and with lots of shopping, dining, art, etc.
Marunouchi House in the Marunouchi Building has a 7th floor outdoor terrace where you can enjoy glorious, unfettered views of Tokyo Station while enjoying a delicious meal from one of the restaurants. It’s well worth checking out if you’re in the vicinity. Ramen Street