Completion of Takeda Global Headquarters
March 20, 2018
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited
Takeda Pharmaceutical Real Estate Co, Ltd.
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
- Takeda, with a global presence that spans more than 70 countries and regions, completes the construction of new company building in Tokyo, named “Takeda Global Headquarters.”
- Designed to provide an environment that supports the diverse workstyles and enhances the connectivity of colleagues from around the world, and promotes creativity in work.
- Committed to nurturing ties with the local community while continuing to develop innovative new medicines for patients worldwide.
Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, March 20, 2018 – Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (“Takeda”), Takeda Pharmaceutical Real Estate Co, Ltd. (“Takeda Pharmaceutical Real Estate”) and Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. (“Mitsui Fudosan”) today announced the completion of the new Takeda company building in Tokyo, the construction of which was a part of the “Nihonbashi-honcho 2nd District Project”. A ceremony was held to mark the occasion, and the building officially named “Takeda Global Headquarters”.
The building will take on the functions of Takeda's current Tokyo headquarters (Nihonbashi 2-Chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo), and will serve as the company’s global headquarters leading the Takeda group spanning 70 countries and regions worldwide. Takeda Global Headquarters has been designed to provide an environment that supports the diverse workstyles used by Takeda colleagues from around the world. The building design will further enhance connectivity between individuals and across businesses, while encouraging creativity in work.
Takeda Global Headquarters is approximately 124 m in height, with 4 basement floors and 24 floors above ground. The 4th to 24th floors feature office space that will be used by Takeda, while those from the 1st basement to the 2nd floor will be open to the public with facilities including a sports gym, restaurants and conference rooms.
The location of the new building holds significance as the district in which the company has based its Tokyo operations for more than 100 years, and where Takeda’s values as a patient-centric pharmaceutical company have long had their roots. With a deep respect for the local community, Takeda is committed to nurturing this connection through the continued development of innovative new medicines for patients worldwide.
The completion of Takeda Global Headquarters also marks the completion of the Nihonbashi-honcho 2nd District Project.
The exterior of Takeda Global Headquarters
Location of Takeda Global Headquarters
Address: 1-1, Nihonbashi-Honcho 2-Chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0023, Japan
||Takeda Global Headquarters
||Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.
||Nikken Sekkei Construction Management, Inc.
|Urban planning and architecture
||NIHON SEKKEI, INC.
|Interior space creative direction
|Interior design direction and Interior design
||Office, commercial facility, exhibition space and parking
||Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited and Takeda Pharmaceutical Real Estate Company
||2,217.44m2 (building coverage ratio: 80.89%)
|Total floor area
||45,578.29m2 (floor space ratio: 1371.35%)
||Mid-story isolation structure, steel (partially SRC/RC)
||24 stories above ground and 4 stories underground (123.79m at highest point)
The completion ceremony and reception (Right: Christophe Weber President and CEO of Takeda)
About Takeda Global Headquarters
Takeda appointed critically acclaimed art director Kashiwa Sato as creative director for Takeda Global Headquarters. In developing the foundation of the design concept, Sato drew upon Takeda’s role as a pharmaceutical company to nurture people’s “life force”. Natural materials such as wood were used extensively to express the company’s warmth, while the designs reflect the company’s corporate identity as a modern global company rooted in Japan. For more information about Takeda Global Headquarters, please visit: https://www.takeda.com/who-we-are/how-we-work/
About Nihonbashi-honcho 2nd District Project
The Nihonbashi-honcho 2nd District Project is part of the greater Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan, a collaborative public, private and community initiative based on the concept of “creating while retaining and reviving”. In September 2016, construction of the ground level section of Fukutoku Garden, a public plaza space adjacent to Fukutoku Shrine, was completed on the project site. The opening of the Takeda Global Headquarters building marks the completion of the entire project. On this occasion, Suigian (https://suigian.jp), a new theater style restaurant and lounge located on the basement floor of Fukutoku Garden, will hold its grand opening. Going forward, Mitsui Fudosan will continue to actively collaborate through the Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan public-private initiative, to bring new appeal to the area and support the continued revitalization of Nihonbashi.
For more information about Mitsui Fudosan's Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan, please visit: