Essential Tokyo Style
Many lay claim to be at the center of Tokyo, but in the case of COREDO Muromachi it really is true. A short distance from COREDO Muromachi complex is the Nihonbashi Bridge, known as kilometer zero of Japan’s highway system. Since the Edo Period (1603–1867), this has been the starting point from which all distances to and from Tokyo are measured.
In fact, this is where the name COREDO comes from. A combination of the English word “core” and Edo, the former name of Tokyo, COREDO means that we are located at the traditional heart of business and culture.
Drawing on that history while looking to the future, the complex mixes old and new to deliver not only the best Made-in-Japan goods, accessories, and interiors but also incredible cultural experiences, such as tea ceremony, kimono wearing, crafting classes, geisha entertainment, and culinary tours.
These cultural experiences can be easily arranged through the Nihonbashi Information Center, located on the B1 floor of COREDO Muromachi 1 and accessed directly from Mitsukoshi-mae Station on the Ginza Line.
Long-established stores with histories spanning more than 100 years sit alongside newcomers in this multi-building complex.
Combined, the COREDO Muromachi complex—brimming over with things to explore and enjoy—put you at the center of Tokyo and is the starting point for your exploration of Japanese culture.
Forget time and relax—in the past, present, and future. We’re waiting for you at COREDO Muromachi.
COREDO Muromachi 1 recreates the bustle of the Edo Period with past favorites that endure today and new takes on Japan’s mercantile know-how.
COREDO Muromachi 2 satisfies all your Japanese cuisine needs gathering local delicacies from the length and breath of the country, in addition to the countless world cuisine options available.
COREDO Muromachi 3 extends the culinary offerings with more restaurants while presenting an array of fashion accessories, household goods, and interior design, all selected to introduce you to a high-quality Japanese lifestyle.
COREDO Muromachi Terrace channels the rich history and culture of the Nihonbashi area in a unique setting. Let this space set the stage for your own gathering as you share in the Nihonbashi story, and play your own part in continuing the vibrant culture of the area.
Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower features an eclectic line-up with everything from shops and restaurants built with the needs of the business and banking district in mind, as well as formal Japanese fine dining and historic boutiques. It is also the home of the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, Japan's first, and the Mitsui Memorial Museum art gallery.