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    Office Space: Miyahara Yodogawa-ku Osaka-shin, Osaka, Japan, 532-0003

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    Office Description

    The Hankyu Shin-Osaka building centre is the 4th centre in Osaka and is located next to Shin Osaka Station which provides key access from Tokyo and major cities in west Japan via the bullet train or “Shinkansen”. The building is connected directly to the station, and contains retail shopping facilities in lower floors, and a hotel. Large local enterprise JR Tokai use the building as their regional branch office. Financial and IT companies are also major tenants. The centre is conveniently located and is 10 minutes from the heart of Osaka city centre with connections by JR and North Osaka Express lines – Midosuji line. It is located 2.5 hours from Tokyo by Shinkansen bullet train. It is also well connected to Kansai International airport and Itami domestic airport by the Haruka express line or by limousine bus. Hankyu Shin-Osaka Building Centre is an ideal location for the establishment of branch offices for the Osaka and Kansai area, and for satellite offices to serve Osaka.

    Office Location

    Hankyu Shin-Osaka Building Centre is an ideal location for the establishment of branch offices for the Osaka and Kansai area, and for satellite offices to serve Osaka.

    Office features

    • Telephone answering
    • Air conditioning
    • Video conferencing
    • Parking
    • Modern building
    • Bicycle parking
    • Telephone system
    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.