Nishi-Azabu

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Nishi-azabu Mitsui Building, viewed from Takagichō intersection at Kottō-dori (Kottō street, in 6 Minami-Aoyama).

Nishi-Azabu (西麻布) is a district of Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, which was a part of the former Azabu Ward.

Nishiazabu borders Minami-Aoyama on the north and west, Hiroo on the south, Moto-Azabu on the southeast, and Roppongi on the northeast.

Fujifilm company is located in the area, 2 Nishi-Azabu. The large area in 4 Nishi-Azabu surrounding Nishi-Azabu Mitsui bldg and Wakabakai kindergarten was occupied by the Mitsui clan (Mitsui Zaibatsu) before WWⅡ.

Houses the Embassies of Yemen, Ukraine, Uruguay, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Haiti, Panama, Venezuela, Belize, Bolivia, Honduras, Laos, and Romania, are in this area.

Chōkoku-ji (長谷寺), also known as Azabu Ō-Kannon (麻布大観音), is a Sōtō-shū temple and a tourist attraction, also located in Nishi-Azabu.

Coordinates: 35°39′35″N 139°43′24″E / 35.6597°N 139.7234°E / 35.6597; 139.7234