ABOUT TORANOMON HILLS
Mori Tower, Business Tower, Station Tower, and Residential Tower—
into a single complex that functions as a self-contained neighborhood.
Professionals from around world will gather here and connect in ways they will find inspiring,
motivating them to develop innovative businesses that will expand Tokyo's potential as an international city.
Following Mori Tower, Business Tower, and Residential Tower, the birth of Station Tower brings together four projects into one city.
As a node that welcomes and connects diverse people from all over the world. As an engine that brings out human creativity and drives business. We will further expand the possibilities of the international city of Tokyo.
Toranomon always had the potential to be something bigger. It was centrally located near government offices and embassies and was home to cultural establishments. Toranomon Hills taps into that potential by integrating the complex with newly built transportation infrastructure—a subway station, a highway, and a bus terminal—so it can serve as a business hub catering to globe-trotting professionals.
Several urban amenities have been condensed into the 75,000 ㎡ complex. They include offices, a conference center, an incubation center, and a shared office for start-ups to cater to a globally minded business community. But there are also commercial and cultural establishments, residences, hotels, and public squares and green spaces to create a place in which people would want to live and work. With a cutting-edge creativity hub as well, Toranomon Hills will become a true center for global business.
Building a city is only the beginning; proper town management is needed to develop the city over time. To ensure Toranomon Hills remains well loved for years to come, the complex will offer a varied program of seasonal events and other things to do. By staying fresh and fun, the complex aims to deepen its bond with the people who visit or live there and forge a vibrant community—one that can give the complex its own unique vibe.
Safety, security, and environmental initiatives
To ensure safety and security, which is the most important thing for a town, Toranomon Hills has various preparations such as the highest level of earthquake resistance and emergency power backup. It also plays a role as a local disaster prevention base, accepting people who are unable to return home and stocking up on stockpiles. In terms of the environment, we have opened a high-efficiency energy center with the aim of reducing the environmental impact of the entire city. We have also obtained the highest rank of Platinum Preliminary Certification under the international environmental certification LEED. Furthermore, by connecting the greenery in the city with the greenery in the surrounding area, we are creating a new green network.
More than 60 years after conception, a new ring road was finally completed in 2014 thanks to its integration into the construction of Toranomon Hills Mori Tower. This milestone accelerated development on the other towers: Business Tower opened in 2020, Residential Tower in 2022, and Station Tower in 2023. As the complex expanded, so did its transportation infrastructure with the addition of a new bus terminal, subway station, and pedestrian deck. Toranomon Hills now serves as a gateway connecting Tokyo to the world.
Renowned architects and designers from across the world have given Toranomon Hills its distinctive look and feel. The overall design manages to both accentuate the fierce individuality of each collaborator and integrate their contributions into a seamless whole.
Developed in tandem with Mori Tower, Shintora-dori is designed to be Tokyo's next go-to street, with wide sidewalks that are perfect for casual strolls and al fresco dining. Halfway down the street is Shintora-dori Core, a multi-use building with an event space on the first floor. A variety of initiatives are being planned to keep the street dynamic and exciting, such as the successful Tokyo Mural Project, which saw colorful murals pop up on a building located along Shintora-dori.
What is the true richness that Toranomon Hills landscape will bring to the future? ——“Super Green” Meet the Architect Vol.1
Architect Shohei Shigematsu confronts photographer Mika Ninagawa with the challenge of “TOKYO NODE”
Architect Shohei Shigematsu and photographer Mika Ninagawa look out over the future of Tokyo from Toranomon Hills
I'm a TORANOMON.
At the Wagon Shop on Toranomon Hills Business Tower 2F and T-Deck, Mori Art Museum Shop in Roppongi Hills
TORANOMON character goods are now on sale.