SDC (Shibuya Data Center)

Shibuya Data Center

Shibuya Data Center (SDC) conveniently located only seven minutes walk from Shibuya Station. Together with a full range of facilities and network infrastructure, the service menu has also been further enhanced to provide the latest data center solutions to answer customer needs.



Seven minutes walk from Shibuya Station. Easily accessible to the Shibuya Data Center thanks to a well-laid transportation network formed by the JR Line, the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line, the Tokyu Denentoshi Line and Toyoko Line, Fukutoshin Line, and the Keio Inokashira Line.


SDC is situated on high firm ground (with N value of 50 or higher*) away from 6 km from the Tokyo Bay with very low hazard in the event of flooding, tsunami and tidal wave flooding, or collapse or liquefaction following an earthquake.

  • N value
    Suppose a 63.5 kg hammer is allowed to freefall a height of 75 cm and impact a steel sampler for standard penetration tests as many times as necessary to create a 30 cm indent in the sampler. This is the measure for expressing soil hardness; the larger the N value, the harder the soil, and the smaller the N value, the softer the soil. N value of 50 or higher means that the soil is very densely compact.

The facilities have a seismically-isolated structure (seismically-isolated structure performance certified) designed to resist the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake levels or higher (intensity 7, 550 gal, 90 kine).
Two or more different routes for our network and power source are ensured.

System management and operation services

Providing the highest level of system management technology and operation service system.

SDC provides the best operation and administration system from your perspective based on extensive operation results and experience we have gained in our Yokohama, Kobe and Otemachi Centers over many years.
An onsite operation system supported by our system operators with advanced skills and extensive work experience is offered around-the-clock for 365 days a year.

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