Kyobashi Edogrand

Feel the History of Kyobashi while Relaxing in this Commercial Complex

Shopping Malls・Restaurants

Here is a shopping and business facility composed of two modern buildings attached to Meidi-ya Kyobashi, a historical structure seen as the symbol of Kyobashi. This skyscraper is also known for boasting top class earthquake resistance in Japan. While mainly eateries line its lower floors, office spaces comprise the upper floors.
Among the eateries are venerable establishments, famous places, and unique spots. With terrace seating offered at some of them, you can feel the atmosphere of Kyobashi while enjoying a meal outdoors.
Located on the 1st floor basement, the Chuo City Tourist Information Center offers multilingual tourism guidance. In the middle, there is Galleria, an open-air space. While feeling the rays of the sun and the wind, why not stop and relax for a while?


  • It’s interesting to compare historical structures such as Meidi-ya Kyobashi with modern buildings. .
  • On the 1st floor of the basement, there is the Tokyo Chuo City Tourist Information Center. .
  • A variety of eateries are also located in this building.
  • Musical events and the like are held here on a regular basis. .
  • Directly connected to Kyobashi Station and nearby Yaesu underground shopping center, it boasts excellent access.


  • Exterior
  • Exterior
  • The Meidi-ya Exterior
  • The South Building Exterior
  • The 1st Floor Square
  • Information for Restaurants Located from the Basement 1st Floor to Street Level
  • Looking Left from the Elevator Side on the Basement 1st Floor
  • From the Far End of the Hallway on the Street Level Restaurant Floor
  • 1st Restaurant Floor
  • On the Street Level Restaurant Floor, there is Torimikura, Offering an Ultimate Chicken and Egg Dish called “Hina”.


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
2-2-1 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
03-6262-6481(B1F Tokyo Chuo City Tourist Information Center)
No scheduled holidays
Business Hours
7:00 am – 11:00 pm
* Business hours differ depending on the tenant
(1) Directly connected to Exit 7 / 8 of Kyobashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(2) About a 3-minute walk from Exit A5/A6 of Takaracho Station on the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
(3) About a 5-minute walk from Exit 7 of Ginza-itchome Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line
(4) About a 5-minute walk from Yaesu Chikagai Exit 5 of Tokyo Station on the JR Chuo Line / JR Yamanote Line
Official Website
Official Website (English)