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HARAKENZO
WORLD PATENT & TRADEMARK


OSAKA
HEAD OFFICE

DAIWA MINAMIMORIMACHI BLDG.,
2-6, 2-CHOME-KITA, TENJINBASHI,
KITA-KU,OSAKA 530-0041 JAPAN
TEL:+81-6-6351-4384
(Main Number)
FAX:+81-6-6351-5664
(Main Number)
E-Mail:

TOKYO
HEAD OFFICE

WORLD TRADE CENTER BLDG. 21 F,
2-4-1, HAMAMATSU- CHO, MINATO-KU,
TOKYO 105-6121,JAPAN
TEL:+81-3-3433-5810
(Main Number)
FAX:+81-3-3433-5281
(Main Number)
E-Mail:


HIROSHIMA
OFFICE

NOMURA REAL ESTATE HIROSHIMA BLDG. 4 F, 2-23 TATEMACHI, NAKA-KU, HIROSHIMA CITY, HIROSHIMA 730-0032, JAPAN
TEL:+81-82-545-3680
(Main Number)
FAX:+81-82-243-4130
(Main Number)
E-Mail:

Opened on
March.1.2018

NAGOYA
OFFICE

GLOBAL GATE 9F, 4-60-12 HIRAIKE-CHO, NAKAMURA-KU, NAGOYA-SHI, AICHI 453-6109, JAPAN
TEL:+81-52-589-2581
(Main Number)
FAX:+81-52-589-2582
(Main Number)
E-Mail:


In the background of the HARAKENZO trademark is a global map wherein countries/regions are sized according to the number of patents registered there in 1991.

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Location


Tokyo Head Office will be relocated to new "World Trade Center Building South Tower" in spring of 2021

Notice of Relocation of Tokyo Head Office
to new WTC Building South Tower

In 2021, our Tokyo Head Office will be relocated from the World Trade Center Building to the new World Trade Center Building South Tower (hereinafter, "WTC South Tower") which is now under construction. We plan to move during the period from April to June of 2021.

The current World Trade Center (WTC) Building, once the tallest skyscraper in Asia, is located in Minato-ku, Tokyo, with convenient access to JR Hamamatsucho Station. Now that 50 years have passed since the WTC's completion, two new buildings are being erected to replace it; the new WTC South Tower will be completed in spring of 2021, and the new WTC Main Tower will be completed in 2025.

The WTC South Tower is located in one of Tokyo's leading business districts which surrounds Hamamatsucho station. This central location, along with redevelopment projects in the area, ensures that the tower will serve as a "gateway" to the international metropolis Tokyo. The WTC South Tower will have convenient direct access to the following major terminal stations:

(i) Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsucho Station, which is a terminal station for access to and from Haneda International Airport

(ii) JR Hamamatsucho Station, which is within 10 minutes via the JR Yamanote Line from (a) JR Tokaido Shinkansen Shinagawa Station, (b) JR Tokyo Station, and (c) JR Linear Motor Shinkansen Shinagawa Station (scheduled to open in 2027)

(iii) Daimon Station of Toei Subway's Asakusa Line and Oedo Line

(vi) Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal in WTC serving as a terminal for buses arriving from or going to various areas of Japan

Offering such superb access to numerous major stations, the WTC South Tower is a pivotal nexus suitable to serve as the "gateway" to the international metropolis Tokyo.

Furthermore, around the WTC, reconstruction and redevelopment is underway at Hamamatsucho Station and the surrounding areas to provide new places for international exchange, including international conference halls, culture and arts halls, restaurants, shopping centers, and facilities offering childcare and medical services with full multilingual support.

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(Image retrieved from press release of WORLD TRADE CENTER BUILDING, INC.)

Note: The bus terminal in WTC has stopped its operation since September 30, 2020 due to construction of the new WTC buildings, but will be reopened. You will be able to use the new bus terminal as before for traveling to or from major cities in Japan. For example, buses departing from stations in major cities across Japan will bring you directly to the WTC South Tower.



Tokyo Head Office - Overview

Established in 2005, the Tokyo Head Office of HARAKENZO World Patent & Trademark is located in the World Trade Center (WTC) Building in Minato City, in the center of Tokyo's business district. The WTC Building is just a minute's walk from Hamamatsuchō Station, which itself is conveniently situated on JR Railway's Yamanote Line between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station — both Tōkaidō bullet train stops. Hamamatsuchō Station is also the first stop on the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda Airport. This makes for easy access to our Head Office whether you arrive in Tokyo by bullet train or by plane.

"HARAKENZO more "'s Tokyo Head Office serves an important role as both the "face" of our firm and a gateway for clients visiting our offices from inside and outside Japan. In light of the fact that the office's base of operations is the WTC Building — a major world landmark — we have adopted the promotional phrase "TOKYO WTC HARAKENZO" for the office.

Our Tokyo Head Office was established with the major goal of proactively providing assistance with all IP-related matters for clients around the globe, as well as those in Tokyo, the greater Kanto region, and surrounding areas. To this end, we are constantly expanding our Tokyo team by recruiting a diverse set of highly-skilled professionals.



Pictures of WTC and our Tokyo Head Office:

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Tokyo Head Office Staff

Working in close cooperation with our Osaka Head Office, Hiroshima Office and Nagoya Office, our Tokyo Head Office proactively provides assistance with all IP-related matters through its expert team, including the following staff members:

  Japanese Patent & Trademark Attorneys 17
Chinese Attorney-at-law  1
Chinese patent attorney  1
Staff with Doctoral Degrees  11
Patent Strategy Department Staffs 36
Legal Strategy Department Staffs  11
Translation Department Staffs  2
And other members of our Secretarial & Administrative Department.



Access to Tokyo Head Office Osaka Head Office

HARAKENZO WORLD PATENT & TRADEMARK's Tokyo head office is conveniently located in the World Trade Center Building (WTC).The WTC is straddling a JR line, the Tokyo Monorail, and the Asakusa and Oedo subway lines. JR and Monorail Hamamatsucho station is directly connected to the concourse on the 2nd floor of the building, and Daimon Station on the Asakusa and Oedo subway lines is directly connected to the first basement level.

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Directions for getting to our office

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(In case of taking Bullet train)
Alight from the bullet train at JR Tokyo station, then take Yamanote line or Keihin Tohoku line from Tokyo station, and alight at Hamamatsucho station, three stops from Tokyo station (About 6 min. from Tokyo station).

Alternatively, alight from the bullet train at JR Shinagawa station, then take the Yamanote line or Keihin Tohoku line from JR Shinagawa station, and alight at Hamamatsucho station, two stops from Shinagawa station (About 6 min. from Shinagawa station).

(In case of taking flight)
From Narita Airport:
After arriving at Narita airport, take the JR Narita express from Narita Airport to JR Tokyo station. Then, transit to the Yamanote line or Keihin Tohoku line, and alight at Hamamatsucho station, three stops from Tokyo station (About 1hr and 10 min. from Narita airport).

From Haneda Airport:
After arriving at Haneda airport, take the Tokyo monorail from Haneda airport to Hamamatsucho station (About 22 min. from Haneda airport).

(By Tokyo subway line)
Take the Oedo line from Shinjuku station to Daimon station (About 15 min. from Shinjuku station).

Alternatively
Take the Asakusa line from Asakusa station to Daimon station (About 15 min. from Asakusa station).

For information of WTC Tokyo

Sightseeing information

Tokyo Tourist Guide

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