|Type||Mizuho Bank Headquarters, hotel|
|Location||Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan|
|Construction started||November 2009|
|Roof||199.7 m (655 ft)|
|Floor count||44 (38 above ground, 6 underground)|
|Floor area||198,390 m2 (2,135,500 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Kohn Pedersen Fox|
|Main contractor||Taisei Corporation|
The Otemachi Tower (大手町タワー, Big Hand Town Tower) is a high-rise office building with integrated retail and restaurant facilities located in the Otemachi business district in Chiyoda ward, Tokyo.
The 38-story tower serves as the headquarters of Mizuho Bank. A luxury hotel facility operated by Aman Resorts occupies the top six floors of the tower.
The tower replaces the previous 16-story Mizuho Bank Otemachi headquarters building. A major feature of this development is a 3,600-m2 green area named "Otemachi Forest" occupying one third of the site.
The building is situated above a nexus of five subway lines. The basement floors connect directly to Ōtemachi Station, as well as other nearby buildings.
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