Articles and insights about Tokyo and Yokohama real estate, including interviews to salesperson and clients.
One after the other, buildings in the Sumitomo Realty & Development luxury apartment building La Tour Series are being completed in rare locations such as the Shibuya area, where there has been little luxury rental housing despite growing demand, and Higashiyama in Kyoto, which feels especially high grade in the already popular Kyoto. We went and had a look at the vistas, quality spaces, and services that only such rare locations can offer. - more
If you move to an unfamiliar country, you may wish to pay attention to reassurance in addition to convenience and safety, which are important in the case of choosing permanent housing. What should you choose in Japan? We recommend the serviced apartments that can be found in Roppongi and many other locations in Minato-ku in central Tokyo. Take a closer look at their advantages. - more
Shibuya, including the Tokyu Corporation’s properties, is undergoing redevelopment. The resurgence of its past, the IT city of Bit Valley, is anticipated. Can you explain the redevelopment status? - more
Recently, Meguro has been increasing in popularity and is often ranked among the most desirable towns for living. In addition to its highly convenient location, Meguro has many other appealing characteristics, such as its history and nature. Meanwhile, the redevelopment of the area in front of the station is attracting growing interest. - more
Towns in the Tokyo Bay (WANGAN) area have developed independently from each other, and further changes are expected to take place there in the future. Among them, the impact of the Tokyo Olympics is significant. In addition, large-scale development projects have been seen in areas where there had previously been no movement. Let us look at the future of the Tokyo Bay area. - more
Royal Parks apartments (produced by Daiwa Living) have been built throughout Japan since the completion of the estate in Ogikubo in March 2005: 10 in Tokyo, two in Kanagawa and Aichi, and one in Osaka. - more
In central Tokyo, it is no longer possible to find many sites for housing construction. By contrast, housing construction is still booming in the Tokyo Bay (WANGAN) area. Considering the possible repurposing of the Tokyo Olympics athletes’ village as private housing, high-rise apartment buildings will be constructed successively in this area over the next few years. Did you know that the Tokyo Bay area comprises towns that differ from one another in terms of convenience, the environment and other particulars?
Let us look back at the history of the Tokyo Bay area and identify the characteristics of each town. - more
The completion of the construction of Shibaura Island Air Tower in 2007 was a government-public-private collaboration in a large-scale development project. After ten years, Shibaura Island remains very popular and continues to attract resident applicants. Let us now revisit the changes and attractiveness of the residential complex. - more