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This facility was established on October 19, 1929 (Showa 4) in the south-eastern area of Hibiya park. The civic center and town hall were built as one after receiving the then-enormous sum of 3.5 million yen from Zenjirou Yasuda's family, who had followed through with Zenjirou's wishes in his will, as Zenjirou agreed with then-mayor of Tokyo, Shinpei Goto's idea. Since completion, the civic center portion of the building has been in use as an office building.

Detailed information

Basic information

Address

1-3 HibiyaPark

Chiyoda-ku

Postal code:100-0012

Contact information

Name:The Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research

Telephone number:03-3591-1201

E-mail address:mailto:somu@timr.or.jp

Website:http://www.timr.or.jp/

Access

By car:2 minutes drive from Metropolitan Expressway Kasumigaseki ramp.

From Haneda Airport:Transfer at Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsucho Station and go to JR Yamanote Line/Keihin Tohoku Line Shimbashi Station. 8 minutes by foot from Shimbashi Station.

By train:2 minutes by foot from Toei Mita Line Uchisaiwaicho A7 exit. 4 minutes by foot from Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Kasumigaseki B1a exit. 3 minutes by foot from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Kasumigaseki C-3 exit. 2 minutes by foot from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line/Hibiya Line Hibiya A-14 exit.

By bus:Toei Bus Higashi 98 Uchisaiwaicho. Tokyu Bus Higashi 98 Uchisaiwaicho.

Parking

Not available

Cultural Properties

Tokyo Designated Historical Buildings |

Other services

Facility information

Toilet facilities available |

Universal design

  • Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Wheelchair ramp
  • Regular elevators/wheelchair-accessible elevators
  • Multi-purpose toilet

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