Japan’s largest hotel and entertainment complex tower is
coming to the Shinjuku Kabukicho area.

The things you enjoy are waiting here.

Teaser Movie



Apr. 31, 2022

Major large tenants on the 2nd to 5th floors have been selected for opening in April 2023.

Apr. 26, 2022

Tokyu Kabukicho Tower Official Website Opens.


The name of this facility was picked as “Tokyu Kabukicho Tower” because the building, with its height of 225 meters, is a symbolic landmark of the Kabukicho area, and because the building embodies the Tokyu Group’s desire to create a new tourism spot via entertainment in cooperation with the town of Kabukicho.


Creation of a venue to master one’s “likes”

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major global impact on how people enjoy entertainment and on people’s needs for lodging facilities. However, we see that more people want to experience things in person and that people’s passion for the things they enjoy is spreading across generations.

This facility, utilizing its characteristics as a composite hotel and entertainment facility, seeks to produce new stories and lifestyles for guests by creating new interests under the concept of “discover – grow – flutter”.

This creates a venue that gives guests opportunities to find new interests and emotionally connect with passions and thoughts about these interests, while exchanging stories in person and online.
Moreover, the facility is fused together with the surrounding area. By creating a venue where visitors can experience the history and culture spun into the town of Shinjuku Kabukicho, we aim to create a mashup of the future, culture, and further diversification of the town based on the feelings towards various interests with guests’ experiences staying and being entertained here becoming sublimated and refined as ways to experience the city.


1-29-1, 3 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
(place name and lot number)


Nearest Stations
One minute on foot from Seibu-Shinjuku Station of the Seibu Shinjuku Line
Seven minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station on the JR lines, Odakyu Line, or Keio Line
Eight minutes on foot from Shinjuku-sanchome Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunochi Line, Fukutoshin Line, or Toei Subway-Shinjuku Line


*The height of over 200 meters listed above is from survey of the major tourism cities inside Japan, and the height includes the hotels and entertainment facilities (cinema, theater, live venue, etc.). Period of survey: March 2022 (ESP Research Institute Inc.)