The Osaki district in Tokyo, Japan is an area that has been fortunate enough to receive a lot of investment in recent years. The district is fast becoming one of the largest centers for commerce in the capital. Whether you're in the area for business or enjoying a leisurely trip to Tokyo, it's worth a visit simply to admire the impressive architecture of this fast-changing neighborhood.
Osaki New City mall offers a large variety of shops, restaurants, and facilities, as well as the O Art Museum. The latter’s name comes from the first initial of the district but also represents the circular nature of the Yamanote Line. Gate City Osaki is another of the area's larger leisure spots, offering even more shops and spacious seating areas, along with a beautiful sunken garden.
View the imposing Sony City, where the R&D team for Sony Corporation is located. Award-winning in design, this building was created to act as a gigantic cooling device. It circulates rain water around its facade to evaporate naturally, reducing the temperature of both the building and the surrounding environment. A testament to Tokyo’s ever-growing status as a hub of business and design, the Osaki buildings are an impressive sight.