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Arasaka Tower is a massive skyscraper located in Corpo Plaza, Night City. It acts as the North American branch headquarters for the Arasaka Corporation. Built on the site of the previous Arasaka Towers, the new building stood as the tallest structure in Night City, becoming a symbol of its neomilitaristic skyline.


2070 - 2074[]

After the Unification War ended in 2070, Arasaka was welcomed back to North America, acquiring the permission to build a new office center. The Japanese corporation chose the site of the former Arasaka Towers in Night City. Once they had cleaned up the remaining ruins, they immediately started to build their new office tower.[1][2] As a tribute to the 2023 incident, a portion of the original building was left and repurposed into a memorial. When finalized, the imposing tower stood at a height of 620m (2034ft).[3]


In 2076, David Martinez and other students attended the prestigious Arasaka Academy, which was located somewhere within the Tower. Later that same year, after becoming a renowned mercenary, David reached the top of Arasaka Tower in order to easily access one of its AV landing zones. He did this to rescue Lucy Kushinada and confront Faraday. A battle against Adam Smasher ensued soon after, which eventually ended in Memorial Park in front of Arasaka Tower.[4]


After the death of Saburo Arasaka in 2077, Yorinobu became the corporation's new CEO and could often be found on tower's upper floors.

Database Entry (2077)[]

Arasaka Tower


To some a monument to corporate power, to others a symbol of oppression. Arasaka's West Coast headquarters is the heart of the megacorporation's financial and military operations in both Americas. Destroyed in 2023 in a bombing carried out by Johnny Silverhand, the tower later rose from the rubble as a testament to the corporation's ultimate triumph over its enemies. If history's written by the victors, then they made quite sure this particular footnote was written by the hands of the world's best architects. The majestic, 2034-foot (620m) steel-and-concreate monolith towers over Corpo Plaza, casting a shadow over every street in Night City - both literally and figuratively. The decisions that fall from the heavily guarded Arasaka Tower determinate the lives of all within the city limits.[3]


Arasaka Tower is a single building that stands at a height of 620m (2034 ft) and has 140 floors. Located at Corpo Plaza, it is the tallest building in Night City.

Seismic dampers section[]

Below the basement there is a system of seismic dampers which protect the building from earthquakes.

Floor -07 to -06: Netrun Operations Control[]

The Operations level of Arasaka's netrunners, tasked with protecting the integrity of Arasaka systems.

  • Mikoshi: Izanagi - The Netrunners Operations also guard the Mikoshi access of the Night City Arasaka Tower, a facility which holds the digital engrams of people.

Floor -05 to -01: Parking[]

The parking areas of Arasaka Tower.

Floor 01: Lobby[]

Arasaka Tower's atrial lobby employs a simplistic neomilitaristic style; the floor containing sleek, contemporary couches, tables, and benches. The main entrance — at which employees are to pass through an AIT body-scanner — is under constant guard with bodyguards inside and out, as well as an Arasaka ACPA. There are bathrooms as well as hallways that lead to other rooms closed off. A large screen over the elevators displays constant achievements from the Arasaka Corporation. Within the lobby an announcer is heard talking of Arasaka propaganda in Japanese. Holographic Japanese plants with a red glow can be seen accompanying the couches. The elevators each have screens that show a two part documentary of Saburo Arasaka, discussing his time in the Imperial Army and his rise as a corporate leader.

Floor 33: Counterintelligence[]

The Counter-intel level houses the offices of the counter intelligence operative teams of Arasaka. Susan Abernathy, director of operations, works on this level, as well as Arthur Jenkins who had his own office opposite of the rest overlooking Corpo Plaza. In the Corpo lifepath V's office and desk are opposite of Henry's, their coworker. The Counter-intel level also has a room for any meetings between the higher ups of counter intelligence group and board of directors. This level also includes private landing and parking for AV's of members in this division.

  • Arthur Jenkins' office - Jenkins' office has a neomilitaristic style. It's past an antechamber, and similar to other offices in the tower. Within there is a desk and seat with a smart glass screen behind it that when rolled up reveals a view of the Memorial Park.
  • Counterintel AV garage - A garage containing parked personal AV's belonging to several Arasaka counter-intel members, including Arthur Jenkins.

Floor 57: Offices[]

This floor contains a number of offices.

Floor 58 to 68: Atrium[]

The central floors of Arasaka Tower. Most of the rooms in these levels are offices and meeting rooms.

Floor 76: Jungle[]

An authentic jungle environment with flora and audio of forest creatures, heavily guarded and primarily used by Arasaka's board members, faction leaders, and CEO when holding important meetings.

Floor 110 to 117: Upper Atrium[]

High level rooms with offices and meeting rooms for high-ranking personnel.

Floor 134 to 135: Unlisted Executive Levels[]

The Unlisted Levels of Arasaka Tower are only available to higher members in the Arasaka Corporation, including the Arasaka family. On the two highest floors, is a classic Japanese style section with balconies made of wood, and in the middle a small little garden. Traditional Japanese architecture is present nearly everywhere on these levels as they also contain Saburo Arasaka's office. Very few know the place exists, even those working within Arasaka.

Saburo Arasaka's Office

Saburo's personal office is located on the Unlisted Levels within Arasaka Tower. He ordered for a replica of his office from Tokyo HQ to be constructed in every Arasaka headquarters in the world and as such, his Night City office is among the replicas. The office consists of Saburo's desk and chair, and a hidden elevator to the right. A large Smart Glass screen is on the wall behind his seat that shows a representation of a view of Downtown. The office's flooring is primarily wood, finished off with gold highlights, the walls colored in a strong gold, and his table constructed of white marble with gold veins. The hidden elevator can travel directly down to Mikoshi.

Floor 140: CEO Level[]

The CEO's level is the the most secure place within Arasaka Tower and in order to access it, one must pass through the Upper Atrium. This area was guarded by kuzu-domo combatants and even Adam Smasher at one point. Before reaching the CEO office there is a waiting area decorated with natural flora where visitors can sit on benches. The waiting area also has two stations for receptionists.

CEO's Office

This office is used by the Arasaka's CEO when staying in Night City. Within the office there is a desk and seat, with a smart glass screen behind it that can be rolled up to reveal a view of Night City's skyline. On the left and right sides of the room are two elevators used to travel to lower levels.

Unknown Floor: Medical Center[]

A medical area within Arasaka Tower. It can be accessed from the CEO's office.

Unknown Floor: Unlisted Department Levels[]

These levels are occupied by several departments, such as Legal, Public Relations, Finance, etc.

Unknown Floor: Security and Protection Levels[]

The operating levels of the Security Division of Arasaka.


  • In Cyberpunk 2077, a few meters above the rooftop walking area of the tower, there is a small - and hard to find - button floating on the air, which when activated calls an elevator that stops right there. Its roof is protected with fences, making it the tallest and safest point in the game to view the whole of Night City, the Badlands and the mountains beyond. Since it cannot be reached by normal means, it was probably left by developers for this view purpose.
  • Due to the 2077 building being used in the 2013/23 flashbacks, all those locations are found gameplay-wise within the tower, including two Saburo offices, one of which is found on the western area of the building, with a view to the sea; and the other on the eastern part; viewing Westbrook.


Concept art[]


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