Located in Sangen-jaya, Setagaya, Tokyo is a high-rise known as Carrot Tower.
Completed in 1996, Carrot Tower is part of the redevelopment project around Sangen-jaya station, a station that it’s connected to and directly connected to the Tokyu Setagaya Line.
26 stories above ground and having five basement levels, the building was named after a winning entry among local children, due to the building’s brick exterior.
The location is the host for many office spaces, restaurants, the Setagaya Public Theater and also the FM Setagaya radio station.
Also, located at Carrot Tower is the headquarters for Game Freaks (creator of the “Pokemon” video games).
While Setagaya is known for its Futako-Tamagawa and Shimokitazawa locations, Carrot Tower is no doubt a location that attracts families in the area for various shops and cultural events.