Torch Tower

  • Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.
  • Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei Inc.

Envisioned as a vibrant community bringing light to people of all generations and nationalities, Tokyo Torch will occupy a key location in the Marunouchi NEXT Stage redevelopment project on the north side of Tokyo Station. Planning is currently underway for the multipurpose super high-rise building, which places, wellness, and environmental sustainability at the core of the city’s architectural evolution.
The podium of the building will feature a large open-air plaza as well as event halls, an aerial walkway (terrace), an underground pedestrian zone connecting directly to Tokyo Station, and a waterfront area along the Nihonbashi River. Offices with sky lobbies as well as a hotel, observation deck, and large semi-outdoor hill-like plaza on the top floors are also planned. The project aspires to serve as a new hub for tourism and connection in the global city of Tokyo. The design of Torch Tower and the adjoining open-air plaza is a collaboration between Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, in the role of core architect and designer, and three next-generation design advisors (Sou Fujimoto, Yuko Nagayama, and Takanori Fukuoka).
Planned completion date: 2028

Completion 2028( plan )
Location Tokyo
Building Use Office Building, Underground Space, Commercial, Hospitality, Public・Cultural・Sports, Streets and Station Plazas,
Themes Urban Planning・Master Plan, Civil engineering, Environmental Assessment, Landscape Architecture,
Site Area 31,400㎡
Total Floor Area 544,000㎡
Floors 63 above ground / 4 basement
Structure S, partially SRC
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