Sega Sammy consolidates group companies in new Tokyo office

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The Sega Sammy Group is bringing together twenty of its group companies and about 6,500 employees into a centralized new headquarters building near Osaki Station in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo.
Occupying thirteen floors of Sumitomo’s 24-story Osaki Garden Tower, the name of the new headquarters is “Grand Harbor,” and its interior design incorporates themes of sailing ships, old world maps, and travel.
Aside from employee work spaces, Grand Harbor also includes such facilities as event halls, libraries, bars, and a large cafeteria that can serve up to 2,000 people at one time.
Haruki Satomi, president and COO of Sega Sammy Holdings, explained at a media event last week that the objective is to improve the quality of Sega Sammy’s work by encouraging collaboration and interactions between the various companies within the group.
Sega Sammy is one of only two Japanese firms that are currently involved as IR operators, in its case the Paradise City IR in South Korea.

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