Dyson has had a long and special relationship with Japan. It was here that James Dyson first sold cyclone technology under the name ’G–Force’. Here that we launched many machines before anywhere else in the world. And here that we opened our very first Dyson Store in 2015.

Driving one of our biggest markets in the home of innovation, the Dyson Japan office is located in a quiet enclave of downtown Tokyo. Across Japan, over 300 Dyson people challenge convention daily, in Sales and Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT, HR and Customer Care.



Dyson Tokyo is just a few minutes’ walk from Hanzomon or Kojimachi Metro stations, with excellent transport links to the rest of the city. Located in the centre of Tokyo, the office is close to the business hubs of Otemachi and Marunouchi, and the political district of Nagatacho where the Diet of Japan, the Prime Minister’s residence and the Supreme Court of Japan are based. The Imperial Palace is also nearby – and it’s surrounded by excellent jogging routes.

The office itself is easily recognisable from the street by the eye–catching product display. Dyson Japan has two floors. The ground floor has spacious modern meeting rooms and a hi–tech showroom used for training and product launches to the media. Higher up on the 6th floor, over 200 Dyson people are hard at work in open plan offices, strategizing and testing new technology.


When it comes to lunch, Dyson Japan people make the most of their location, with its enviable array of Italian, Indian, Korean, Chinese or Japanese bento restaurants on offer. However there’s also a cafeteria space in the office – ideal for working lunches and informal meetings during the day.

It goes without saying that there’s a superb choice of bars nearby. After work, Dyson people frequently get together to celebrate successes and cement the friendships and team spirit that make Dyson Japan so formidable. Twice a year, the office also hosts big parties, including the end of year costume party – a firm favourite for everyone.

Good to know:

The office is close to the British Embassy and some of Tokyo’s best shopping areas – Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku and Roppongi.