• TEL03-6262-3403
  • FAX03-6262-3405

Facility Information

This facility is housed on the first and second floors of “Otemachi Place,” which is a mixed-use building.
It is well suited to a wide variety of events, including everything from international meetings to seminars, featuring a dividable 750 m2 hall and numerous conference rooms.

Floor Map

  • Floor Map1F
  • Floor Map2F

Conference Room Overview

Floor Conference Room Name Area (m2) Ceiling Height(m) Number of seats (by layout)
Theater School Quadrilateral
2F Hall A 365 5.0 330 216 -
Hall B 365 5.0 330 216 -
Halls A+B 750 5.0 748 462 -
Conference E 78 3.5 69 39 -
Room H 39 2.5 - - 24
Room I 38 2.5 - - 24
Room J 45 2.5 - - 24
Rooms H+l+J 122 2.5 90 63 -
1F Conference A 107 3.5 90 63 -
Conference B 86 3.5 60 45 -
Conference C 129 3.5 110 72 -
Conference D 98 3.3 99 66 -
Room F 45 3.5 - - 24
Room G 59 3.5 - - 30
Rooms F+G 104 3.5 90 63 -
Guest Room 24 2.8 - - 12

Shops and Restaurants

  • Facility Layout
    • Shops & Restaurants

      Shops and Restaurants

      Taking “OTE-MATCH COMMUNITY HUB” as its concept, this portion of the building has two floors above ground and one basement floor. It connects the base floors of the two office towers, offering a collection of shops overflowing with character. Lunch boxes and catering services are also available.

    • Sunken Garden

      Sunken Garden

      The main Daimyokoji street is extremely scenic as it hosts a verdant and breathtakingly beautiful sunken garden. Featuring shops around its perimeter, this space combines a feeling of calmness with a sense of openness stretching right up to the sky, providing access to a wonderful space right in the heart of the Otemachi area.

    • Central Promenade

      Central Promenade

      The “Central Promenade” passes through the interior of “Otemachi Place,” providing access to Kanda/Nihonbashi. This enclosed pedestrian network was created to connect these regions, providing an easy way of moving from one area to another. From the second floor of the East Tower, the “Central Promenade” connects to “Ryukansakura Bridge.”

    • Ryukansakura Bridge

      Ryukansakura Bridge

      This bridge connecting Otemachi to Kanda/Nihonbashi is intended for pedestrian use only. The Kanda section contains a relaxing open space with cherry trees in bloom. The bridge features a circular cross section with lighting along the railing, displaying just the kind of light and subtle design you would expect to find in Otemachi. Given the traditional Japanese coloring, one also experiences a taste of the character of Kanda/Nihonbashi.

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