Mizuho Bank Uchisaiwaichō Head Office Building
|Mizuho Bank Uchisaiwaichō Head Office Building|
|Location||Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan|
|Antenna spire||142.5 metres (468 ft)|
|Roof||132.0 metres (433 ft)|
|Floor count||36 (32 above ground, 4 underground)|
|Floor area||135,014 m2 (1,453,280 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||Shimizu Corporation
Sato Kogyo Co.,Ltd.
The Mizuho Bank Uchisaiwaichō Head Office Building (みずほ銀行内幸町本部ビル Mizuho Ginkō Uchisaiwaichō Honbu Biru?) is a 143 m (469 ft) tall skyscraper in Tokyo, Japan. At 38 stories the building is the 86th tallest building in Tokyo. It contains 1.4 million sq ft (134,974 m²) of office space, 100% of which is now occupied by Mizuho Bank, the consumer banking arm of the second-largest Japanese financial conglomerate Mizuho Financial Group, while still called the DKB Head Office from time to time.
The building was built in Chiyoda at 1 Uchisaiwaichō in 1981, when it was called the Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank Head Office Building. It was designed by architects Yoshinobu Ashihara & Partners and developed by Shimizu Corporation, one of the “big five” real estate developers in Japan. Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank (“DKB”) combined with Fuji Bank and the Industrial Bank of Japan in 2000 to form Mizuho Financial Group.
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