Located between Tokyo Station and Huangju, Wannei is the headquarters of Mitsubishi Group. Many of the high-rise buildings in the area are the headquarters of Mitsubishi's subsidiaries, as well as reading and buying news, First Life and so on. Free service tour bus in the area is free not only for white-collar workers working here, but also for tourists.
Wannei is a commercial district centered on Tokyo Station and composed of major enterprises. Mitsubishi consortium is the most important, as well as Nikkei Mansion, Fuji Mansion and so on. This area directly controls Japan's economic lifeline. There are free cross-border buses between the buildings, which are accessible to ordinary people and tourists.
It takes about seven or eight minutes to walk from Tokyo Station to Wannei. There are giant Christmas trees in the atrium of Wannei. It happens to catch the whole lighting ceremony. Many people stop to take photos and enjoy it. The indoor lighting show is quite spectacular.
In fact, in Wannei Business District, we can see that the old and new buildings of different times are merged together, and different architectural languages collide strongly. The lack of them does not make people feel contradiction and uncomfortable. Compared with the glass curtain walls of super high-rise buildings in the domestic business district, the pluralistic architectural combination here makes people feel more friendly and orderly, and the history is respected. Small-scale business blocks have gradually become a consensus. Many cities in Europe and the United States adopt small-scale block divisions. The same is true for areas within the pill. The block size is generally 80*120 meters.
It's the business district between Tokyo Station and Huangju. Out of the historic Tokyo Station, behind the unified and harmonious BOX glass curtain wall high-rise buildings are arranged in turn. Many of Japan's large consortiums and a few government agencies are situated here, becoming an important part of Tokyo's most prosperous financial centre, the traditional three districts (harbors, etc.).