Toyota to Open New Tokyo Head Office in Shinagawa in FY2030

Toyota City, Japan, March 22, 2024―Toyota Motor Corporation will sign a new agreement with Keikyu Corporation in relation to the agreement signed in 2020 to serve as a joint operator in the development of the Shinagawa Station West Exit area. The new agreement relates to the transfer of a portion of land in the corresponding area as well as the joint construction and operation of a planned building to promote urban development.

Toyota will open a new Tokyo Head Office in FY2030 in the building, which is planned for construction in the Shinagawa Station West Exit vicinity. This area is expected to see improvements in urban functions with the opening of the maglev line and other projects going forward.

As the automotive industry concept is being transformed by CASE* and other technological innovations, Toyota is being revamped into a mobility company to deliver smiles and happiness to people around the world through a variety of mobility services. To achieve this goal, Toyota believes that it is necessary to create new value through the integration of mobility with social systems by working to extend the value of mobility and achieve a sustainable coexistence between humanity and the earth, including carbon neutrality.

The new Tokyo Head Office will be an important base for leading Toyota’s efforts focused on these new realms. It will serve as a place for collaborative creation where a diverse group of partners can gather, with software development functions and facilities necessary for demonstrations.

*Acronym for Connected, Autonomous/Automated, Shared, and Electric
  • Concept image of exterior as seen from Shinagawa Station

    Concept image of exterior as seen from Shinagawa Station
  • Concept image of office lobby

    Concept image of office lobby
NoteConcept images as of today; may be changed going forward.

Concept Images of Toyota’s Office Environment

In addition to the latest office facilities and equipment, Toyota aims to create an environment where diverse human resources can gather and exercise their creativity, such as by allowing them to bring their own mobility devices into the office.

Toyota will also consider introducing welfare and other systems as well as infrastructure that will enable new work styles to be implemented.

  • Concept Images of Toyota's Office Environment
  • Concept Images of Toyota's Office Environment
Toyota will create a comfortable working environment by referring to various offices.
Sustainable Development Goals

Toyota Motor Corporation works to develop and manufacture innovative, safe and high-quality products and services that create happiness by providing mobility for all. We believe that true achievement comes from supporting our customers, partners, employees, and the communities in which we operate. Since our founding over 80 years ago in 1937, we have applied our Guiding Principles in pursuit of a safer, greener and more inclusive society. Today, as we transform into a mobility company developing connected, automated, shared and electrified technologies, we also remain true to our Guiding Principles and many of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to help realize an ever-better world, where everyone is free to move.

SDGs Initiatives

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