TEKKO BUILDING Tackles SDGs and Building a Sustainable Future.
- For a place where all shine brighter -

About our initiatives for SDGs

TEKKO BUILDING Tackles SDGs and Building a Sustainable Future.

For a place where all shine brighter
“In a world of increasing social diversification, we are creating environmental value wherever people are active, and we are contributing to society.” This management philosophy inspired our adoption of 12 of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and our commitment to creating space that facilitates and augments the skills and joy of everyone – the essence of our corporate slogan: “For a place where all shine brighter”.

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.


2.1End hunger and ensure access to safe, nutritious food.

Initiatives: Donate stored emergency food supplies to food banks.
TEKKO BUILDING always maintains a 3-day supply of emergency food sufficient for 2,000 people in case of a disaster. We regularly donate part of this stockpiled food to food banks that provide food and other assistance to welfare facilities and people in need. Through this measure, TEKKO BUILDING supports the building of food safety nets, and endeavors to mitigate corporate food waste.

Emergency supply storage

Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.


3.3Combat and eradicate life-threatening epidemics and communicable diseases.

Initiatives: Take measures to prevent the spread of communicable diseases in our building and in our company.
Together with temperature checks and the provision of hand disinfectants at the entrance, TEKKO BUILDING also regularly disinfects building common areas and performs other measures to prevent the spread of communicable disease and ensure a safe, secure and healthy environment.
Our company has also prepared and thoroughly implements a manual for pandemic/communicable disease management, introduces reforms to enable diverse work-styles including remote work from home, and provides full support to employees for the management of a hygienic environment.

1F Lobby body temperature monitor
1F disinfectant dispenser

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.


5.1End all forms of discrimination against women.

5.4Recognize and value unpaid care and domestic work.

5.6Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights.

Initiatives: Equip buildings with "All Gender”, barrier-free toilets and infant care/nursing stations
With the aim of promoting the principle of gender equality, “All Gender”, barrier-free toilets clearly indicated by the rainbow mark,have been installed and located near the limousine bus waiting lounge on 1F of the South Building and near the TEKKO AVENUE restaurant zone on B1F.
In cooperation with the policies of the local Chiyoda Ward government, this "All Gender”, barrier-free toilet is open to everyone who visits the building for sightseeing or shopping and has been designated a "Chiyoda Safe Toilet". In addition, an infant care/nursing station equipped with an infant formula heater and a diaper-changing table is available near the limousine bus waiting lounge.

“All Gender”, barrier-free marks
Infant care/nursing station

Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.


6.2Achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all.

Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.


9.1Develop sustainable and resilient infrastructure to support economic development and human well-being.

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.


11.1Ensure access to housing and basic services, and upgrade slums.

11.3Enhance inclusive and sustainable urbanization and capacity for participatory, integrated and sustainable human settlement planning and management.

11.7Provide access to green and public spaces.

11.aSupport positive links between urban, peri-urban and rural areas.

Initiatives: Create a safe, comfortable environment by establishing the Tenant Service Center and providing business support services.
The Tenant Service Center on 2F ensures round-the-clock safety and comfort for tenants backed by attentive services based on the experience and know-how accrued since the founding of TEKKO BUILDING. The limousine bus station on 1F of the South Building with its direct connection to both Haneda and Narita airports combined with its next-door access to the megahub Tokyo Station and 22 JR and subway lines makes the building a base that connects tenants with cities nationwide and worldwide.
Boasting liberating spaciousness, relaxation booths and shower rooms, "Tekko Executive Lounge & Conference Room" facility on 4F of the South Building enhances tenant convenience with rental conference rooms with capacity up to 300 people, while a fitness club on 5F of the same building provides refreshing workout space.
People with disabilities have been requested to actually experience internal building flow lines and express their views and safety concerns which have been subsequently reflected in improvements. For example, free-standing signage in aisles which may pose an obstruction has been replaced with signage suspended from the ceiling and mounted on walls. In addition, all floors are equipped with "All Gender" barrier-free toilets that accommodate the needs of people with disabilities and ostomates.
All these facilities, services, and attention to detail create an environment that is safe to use, and comfortable for all workers and visitors.

Limousine bus terminal
Tekko Executive Lounge
Tekko Conference Rooms
Ceiling-suspended/mounted signage
“All Gender”, barrier-free toilet

Business Support Services

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.


7.1Ensure universal access to energy services.

7.2Increase the share of renewable energy.

7.3Raise the rate of improvement in energy efficiency.

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.


11.6Reduce the adverse environmental impact of cities by paying special attention to air quality and waste management.

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.


13.1Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters.

Initiatives: Adopt high-efficiency building systems and shift to electricity from 100% renewable energy sources.
From 2021, the TEKKO BUILDING complex has been powered by 100% renewable energy-derived electricity*. This is just one facet of our initiative to contribute to achievement of zero greenhouse gas emissions and a "carbon free" society by 2050.
Other measures aimed at improving the building environment while mitigating any adverse impact on the urban environment include optimized CO2 sensor-controlled external air ventilation mix, carbon monoxide monitored parking lot ventilation, heated/chilled water supply system, and supply of water heated by electric room exhaust heat, In addition, the building boasts a natural ventilation system which exploits height differentials and the building’s outer wall sleeve, high-efficiency LED lighting, automatic motion sensor-controlled lighting, and low-e window glass and sun-tracking smart blinds. for improved heat insulation.
*This excludes emergency power generation and tenant businesses (e.g., restaurant kitchens) that use natural gas or other fossil fuels on their premises for the pursuit of their business.

100% renewable energy for electricity
Natural ventilation system
Low-e glass

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Office Space

Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.


8.5Achieve full and productive employment and equal pay for work of equal value.

8.8Protect labor rights and promote a safe and secure working environment.

Initiative: "Hai Duong Garden" serviced apartment project in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Hai Duong, an eastern district in the capital city of Hanoi, is an area dotted with large industrial parks and the focus of ongoing overseas investment.
Since launching operations in 2013, "Hai Duong Garden" with its offering of short- and long-term accommodations and offices has provided a quality work and living environment for expats from Japan and other countries.
The TEKKO BUILDING GROUP subsidiary responsible for project development and its operation is the first Japanese company in Vietnam to engage in licensed restaurant investment, to conclude land use contracts, and to acquire permits and engage in construction. Hai Duong Garden local staff include the elderly and people with disabilities, and the business continues to recruit locally and create local employment opportunities.

Hai Duong Garden

Other Businesses

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.


11.5Significantly reduce the number of deaths and the number of people affected by disasters, including water-related disasters.

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.


13.1Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters.

13.2Integrate climate change measures into policies, strategies and planning.

Initiatives: Intermediate seismic isolation structure and other measures to support Business Continuity Planning (BCP).
TEKKO BUILDING incorporates the district’s first intermediate seismic isolation structure capable of withstanding a “Great Kanto Earthquake”-scale event. The building is also equipped with an emergency power generation system capable of supplying emergency power for up to 10 days. Emergency electrical power is generated by dual-fuel gas turbines fueled by heavy fuel oil or natural gas supplied by seismic-resistant medium-pressure pipelines. In addition, flood barrier plates are ready to protect life and property from flooding. Also support for tenant disaster-related BCP includes enough emergency food and water supplies for 2,000 people for 3 days, thermal foil heat insulation blankets for 2,000 people, first aid kits, and power generators. TEKKO BUILDING is also improving systems and support for people who are unable to return home and are stranded in the building due to disasters.

Emergency supply storage
Gas turbine power generator

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Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.


12.2Achieve the sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources.

12.5Reduce waste generation.

12.8Ensure that people everywhere have the relevant information and awareness for sustainable development and lifestyles in harmony with nature.

Initiatives: Reduce environmental load, reuse resources, and minimize waste in every step from construction to operation.
In the construction of TEKKO BUILDING, recycled steel frames, recycled crushed stone, and other recycled materials were proactively used. Waste materials generated during construction were also separated and processed, resulting in a recycling rate of higher than 90%. After opening, rainwater and wastewater from building equipment and facilities, restaurant kitchens, etc., are collected and processed in an underground water treatment facility, and then reused. In order to raise the waste recycling rate, all trash and waste is thoroughly separated for recycling. Twice annually, TEKKO BUILDING holds "Environmental Enhancement Month", during which all tenants contribute to reducing the environmental burden through energy saving, promotion of resource reuse by waste separation and other activities.

Wastewater reclamation plant
Rainwater/wastewater recycling system

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Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.


15.1Ensure the conservation, restoration and sustainable use of terrestrial and inland freshwater ecosystems and their services.

15.4Ensure the conservation of mountain ecosystems including their biodiversity.

15.5Take action to protect and prevent the extinction of threatened species.

Initiatives: Pursue greening using natural flora and promote ecosystem conservation through biotope creation.
Along the walking path on the west side of TEKKO BUILDING, efforts to restore and conserve nature seek to create a greenscape that would be authentically natural and native to the site. Drawing on research of the flora in the Imperial Palace grounds and the Institute for Nature Study in Shirokanedai, the TEKKO BUILDING site is planted with shirakashi (bamboo leaf oak), tabunoki (Japanese bay tree) and other trees and vegetation native to the Musashino region. In Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture, a collaboration with affiliated companies has resulted in the creation of a vast biotope on78,000m2 of land owned by our company. Here environmental research on the relationship between vegetation and the ecosystem, and other studies related to the impact of surrounding environs on the site are being conducted. In addition, the endangered black medaka Japanese rice fish, which are indigenous to this biotope, serve as the focus of company-supported"medaka exchange meetings" with elementary and junior high schools around the world, and put the spotlight on the importance of nature and preserving the environment for the future.

West-side pedestrian path
Medaka (Japanese rice fish) awareness program

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Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.


17.17Encourage and promote effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships.

Initiatives: Contribute to the creation of a sustainable society through active participation in regional organizations and corporate groups.
Through participation in the OMY (Otemachi-Marunouchi-Yurakucho) District Area Management Association and its affiliated organizations, and in the Japan Climate Leaders Partnership (JCLP) – a coalition of Japanese companies who hold the firm belief that economic prosperity and sustainability go hand in hand, TEKKO BUILDING is proactively participating in urgent efforts to revitalize the region, improve the environment, and realize a carbon-free society.