A complex with a tree-like architecture combining public and private facilities.
Toshima Ecomuse Town is a multi-use complex combining public facilities, private establishments including stores, offices and medical institutions, and housing. It has created a place to gather and live based on the concept of ”tree-like architecture.” An earthquake-resistant, high-rise building with two additional levels above the roof, it rises from the B3 (basement) to the 49th floor. Public and business facilities occupy the verdant lower floors, while there are medical institutions, convenience stores and restaurants on the first and second floors. The main Toshima Ward Office takes up the third to ninth floors, and there is a multipurpose hall (Toshima Center Square) on the first floor. On the tenth floor is a garden terrace open to all. It is a short walk from Higashi-Ikebukuro Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, or from Zoshigaya Station on the Toden Arakawa Line.