ABOUT US

ABOUT US

About Nihonbashi Muromachi
Area Management

Nihonbashi Muromachi Area Management is a corporation that strives to create and support opportunities to build upon the prosperity of Nihonbashi Muromachi and the surrounding area using its amenities and public spaces, such as the Edo Sakura-dori Underground Walkway, while maintaining an environment that is in keeping with the traditions of Nihonbashi. Our goals are to raise the profile of our neighborhood on a global scale, and to contribute to the economic revitalization of both the Nihonbashi Muromachi area and Tokyo as a whole.

Organization Overview

Organization Overview
Name Nihonbashi Muromachi Area Management
Established October 9th, 2014
Launch Date October 23rd, 2014
Address 3-2-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022
Business Description
  • Advertising:Management of traffic-generating advertising media and analysis of advertising content.
  • Events:Planning, implementation, and analysis of events, etc., that contribute to local prosperity; and attraction of high-quality events to the area.
Area of Operation The Nihonbashi Muromachi area, including locations such as the Edo Sakura-dori Underground Walkway.
Access
  • Mitsukoshimae Station (exit A6) on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line and Ginza Line
  • Shin-Nihombashi Station on the Sobu Line (Rapid)
  • Metrolink Nihonbashi (free shuttle bus): 1-minute walk after alighting at Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-chome or Mitsui Memorial Museum on the Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit to Subway Nihonbashi Station, Nihonbashi South to Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit

Our Directors

Directors
Representative
Director
President, Nihonbashi Kitazume-Shoutengai
Representative Director Director, Nihonbashi Urban Planning and Development Department, Mitsui Fudosan
Director Chairman, Muromachi 1-chome Association
Director Representative, Muromachi 2-chome Council
Director Director, Office Business Promotion Division, Mitsui Fudosan Building Management
Director Director, Urban Development Department, Retail Properties Division, Mitsui Fudosan