Iidabashi (飯田橋 Iidabashi) is a district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. It was in the former ward of Kōjimachi, which existed in Tokyo until 1947. Its postal code is 102-0072.


Iidabashi is named after a nearby bridge called Iida Bridge (飯田橋, Iidabashi), itself named after an Edo-period farmer, Iida Kihee (飯田喜兵衛, Iida Kihee).



Several companies have their headquarters in Iidabashi, among them Japan Freight Railway Company,[1] KDDI[2] Nikken Sekkei,[3] and Shohakusha.[4]


  1. "Corporate Overview." Japan Freight Railway Company. Retrieved on March 27, 2010.
  2. "Corporate Data." KDDI. Retrieved on February 21, 2010.
  3. "Corporate Data." Nikken Sekkei. Retrieved on March 04, 2014.
  4. "会社案内." Shohakusha. Retrieved on December 23, 2014. "〒102-0072 東京都千代田区飯田橋1-6-1"

Coordinates: 35°42′09″N 139°44′41″E / 35.70250°N 139.74472°E / 35.70250; 139.74472

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