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    Office Space: 1-11-5 Kitasaiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, JAPAN, 220-0004

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    Office Description

    Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan. In addition to having one of the nation's busiest international trade ports, Yokohama has a very convenient transport network of railways and roadways and excellent access to Haneda Airport. The verdant living environment, skilled personnel and the expansive Greater Tokyo market provide the urban conditions needed by business. Historically, Yokohama has been recognized for its sea port and its fame as an international metropolis. With the redevelopment of Minato Mirai, economy in the area around the station was revitalized and is still growing amidst its change. Large companies such as Nissan have recently relocated their headquarters to Yokohama. The Ohama Eki Nishiguchi is a three-minute walk from the West exit and is located among many large-scale buildings. Sotetsu KS Building where the centre is located, houses Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Bank on the ground floor and is clearly visible from the station.

    Office Location

    Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan. In addition to having one of the nation's busiest international trade ports, Yokohama has a very convenient transport network of railways and roadways and excellent access to Haneda Airport.

    Office features

    • Meeting rooms
    • Broadband
    • Lounge areas
    • 24 hr access
    Star ratings have been set by Flexioffices either from site visits from our staff or feedback from clients.

    The following explanations apply to the Star Ratings:

    Value: Functional office with limited facilities. More favoured with clients who do not have on site client visits.

    Professional: Quality offices in a good location with a range of services.

    Prestigious: High Quality offices with a range of services and high ratio of staff members to occupiers.