The Parkhouse Chiyoda Kojimachi The Parkhouse Negishi The Parkhouse Shirokane Chojamaru The Parkhouse Nakano Tower The Park House NihonbashiOdenmacho The Parkhouse Gran Azabu Sendaizaka The Park House YamabukiKagurazaka
  • Tokyo Station

    【Tokyo】

    Tokyo Station, which is known as the starting station of the Shinkansen that connects major cities across the country, was fully renovated upon its centennial anniversary in 2014. Around the station spreads a business district that is the business center of Japan. Ginza, a fashion center of Japan, is also located nearby, where many visitors find the latest trends in everything from fashion to gourmet food. Ginza is also home to the Kabuki-za, the principal theater for the traditional kabuki drama, which was renovated upon its 125th anniversary. There is also Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo's lively kitchen, near the station. The foodstuffs obtained at Tsukiji are cooked and offered at restaurants in Ginza. There is Tsukishima known for Monjayaki (pan-fried batter with a variety of ingredients) near Tsukiji. Along the Monja street, there are dozens of Monja restaurants filled with customers every day.

  • the State Guest House

    【Yotsuya】

    Yotsuya, which has become well known for the scene where the main character of Norwegian Wood takes a walk, is a district filled with an academic ambience, where many universities, including Sophia University, and educational facilities are located. It also has many places you can enjoy walking, such as the Imperial Palace to the east, the State Guest House to the south, Hotel New Otani to the southeast, and Sotobori (outer moat) to the north. Once you step into the back alleys from the station, you will find old bars filled with office workers on the way home. Not only Kojimachi and Bancho, which are known as sophisticated residential areas with fancy houses, but also Nagatacho and the National Diet Building, the political centers of Japan, are located nearby.

  • 【Azabu】

    Azabu is an area featuring many rolling hilled roads that directly connect with areas like Roppongi, Hiro-o, Shirokane and Aoyama. It is known as a popular residential area even among the capital and is an area that has been popular with notable public figures and entertainment personalities since long ago. In the vicinity you’ll find Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, which is a forested green space that makes use of the geological formations of the site; this park is referred to as the Azabu Plateau due to its rolling landscape. In the park, you’ll find that a serene world has been created by Japanese gardens featuring pond islands, stone lanterns and more, as well as streams resembling closely those found in the deep mountains. Beside the park you’ll find the Tokyo Metropolitan Library, which is well-known for housing around 1.8 million books, making for one of the largest public libraries in the country in terms of book stock. Another characteristic of Azabu is that in the vicinity, you'll find an area where many foreign nationals live due to there being more than 35 foreign embassies in the area.

  • 【Kagurazaka】

    This is Kagurazaka, where even now you'll find an atmosphere left over from the Edo era. Here, you’ll find tons of shops, such as publishing companies and eateries that are just brimming with distinct personality. It’s a town that has also been a familiar place for the great literary masters of the past. This alleyway is unique to the neighborhood and boasts a past of prosperity during the Taisho era. It is also a spot full of atmosphere and popular with men and women of all ages. Take one step into the alleyway and find narrow streets with tasteful stone pavement, as well as stylish restaurants and traditional Japanese ryotei [restaurants], the ambiance of which people are familiar with due to their hideaway-like qualities. What’s more, Kagurazaka is also a destination where you’ll find educational institutions in the vicinity such as Tokyo University of Science, Hosei University and the Institut franco-japonais de Tokyo, making it a place where many students and foreign nationals come to gather. Every summer the Kagurazaka Matsuri Festival is held in Kagurazaka. There, you’ll find the Awa-Odori Dance taking place, which is a great event that has people coming to gather from all over the country.

  • Nakano Sun Mall Shopping District

    【Nakano】

    The Nakano neighborhood, a place familiar to the literary masters of Musashino, entered the limelight with the birth of the Nakano Broadway and the Nakano Sun Mall shopping district, which both opened about half a century ago. The new-and-improved Nakano Station vicinity is only one stop from Shinjuku Station on the Chuo Line (Rapid Service) and in the vicinity you’ll find a massive park area with a fountain along with office buildings at Nakano Central Park, educational institutions including multiple universities like Waseda University, large hospitals and much more. The Nakano area is being born again as town of nature and culture. Nakano is also a holy land of sorts that is characterized by a different flavor than you’d find in Akihabara and is home to plenty of specialty shops catering to sub-cultures such as music, manga, anime, toys, antiques and more. It’s not just a destination for people from around Japan; you’ll also find Nakano bustling with visitors from overseas as well.

  • Platinum Street

    【Shirokane】

    Shirokane is an upland area adjacent to the Azabu, Takanawa, and Ebisu areas. It’s located in central Tokyo and is also known for its valuable forest and green spaces located at the Institute for Nature Study at the National Museum of Nature and Science, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, where abundant nature remains to this day. Also located in close proximity, is Ebisu Garden Place. This vast complex is comprised of popular spots such as office buildings, department stores, hotels, shops, restaurants, apartments, cinemas, art galleries and more. In the Shirokane neighborhood, you’ll find establishments such as trendy restaurants and a number of boutiques lined up one after another. The area is also bustling with Shiroganese; women living in the Shirokane vicinity that you’ll see out and about eating and shopping.

  • 【Tokyo】
  • 【Azabu】
  • 【Kagurazaka】
  • 【Yotsuya】
  • 【Shirokane】
  • 【Nakano】

Real Estate Property Information

Shown below in English and Chinese is the list of properties for sale, which our company handles. For the listed properties, we can also introduce rental property management companies.

*For inquiries, please use our inquiry form and do not contact each property directly because there is no one who can answer your inquiries in English or Chinese.
*Please be advised that we cannot handle the properties not listed here in English or Chinese.

Map
  • TOKYO
    Tokyo Station

    【Tokyo】

    Tokyo Station, which is known as the starting station of the Shinkansen that connects major cities across the country, was fully renovated upon its centennial anniversary in 2014. Around the station spreads a business district that is the business center of Japan. Ginza, a fashion center of Japan, is also located nearby, where many visitors find the latest trends in everything from fashion to gourmet food. Ginza is also home to the Kabuki-za, the principal theater for the traditional kabuki drama, which was renovated upon its 125th anniversary. There is also Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo's lively kitchen, near the station. The foodstuffs obtained at Tsukiji are cooked and offered at restaurants in Ginza. There is Tsukishima known for Monjayaki (pan-fried batter with a variety of ingredients) near Tsukiji. Along the Monja street, there are dozens of Monja restaurants filled with customers every day.

  • AZABU

    【Azabu】

    Azabu is an area featuring many rolling hilled roads that directly connect with areas like Roppongi, Hiro-o, Shirokane and Aoyama. It is known as a popular residential area even among the capital and is an area that has been popular with notable public figures and entertainment personalities since long ago. In the vicinity you’ll find Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, which is a forested green space that makes use of the geological formations of the site; this park is referred to as the Azabu Plateau due to its rolling landscape. In the park, you’ll find that a serene world has been created by Japanese gardens featuring pond islands, stone lanterns and more, as well as streams resembling closely those found in the deep mountains. Beside the park you’ll find the Tokyo Metropolitan Library, which is well-known for housing around 1.8 million books, making for one of the largest public libraries in the country in terms of book stock. Another characteristic of Azabu is that in the vicinity, you'll find an area where many foreign nationals live due to there being more than 35 foreign embassies in the area.

  • KAGURAZAKA

    【Kagurazaka】

    This is Kagurazaka, where even now you'll find an atmosphere left over from the Edo era. Here, you’ll find tons of shops, such as publishing companies and eateries that are just brimming with distinct personality. It’s a town that has also been a familiar place for the great literary masters of the past. This alleyway is unique to the neighborhood and boasts a past of prosperity during the Taisho era. It is also a spot full of atmosphere and popular with men and women of all ages. Take one step into the alleyway and find narrow streets with tasteful stone pavement, as well as stylish restaurants and traditional Japanese ryotei [restaurants], the ambiance of which people are familiar with due to their hideaway-like qualities. What’s more, Kagurazaka is also a destination where you’ll find educational institutions in the vicinity such as Tokyo University of Science, Hosei University and the Institut franco-japonais de Tokyo, making it a place where many students and foreign nationals come to gather. Every summer the Kagurazaka Matsuri Festival is held in Kagurazaka. There, you’ll find the Awa-Odori Dance taking place, which is a great event that has people coming to gather from all over the country.

  • YOTSUYA
    the State Guest House

    【Yotsuya】

    Yotsuya, which has become well known for the scene where the main character of Norwegian Wood takes a walk, is a district filled with an academic ambience, where many universities, including Sophia University, and educational facilities are located. It also has many places you can enjoy walking, such as the Imperial Palace to the east, the State Guest House to the south, Hotel New Otani to the southeast, and Sotobori (outer moat) to the north. Once you step into the back alleys from the station, you will find old bars filled with office workers on the way home. Not only Kojimachi and Bancho, which are known as sophisticated residential areas with fancy houses, but also Nagatacho and the National Diet Building, the political centers of Japan, are located nearby.

  • SHIROKANE
    Platinum Street

    【Shirokane】

    Shirokane is an upland area adjacent to the Azabu, Takanawa, and Ebisu areas. It’s located in central Tokyo and is also known for its valuable forest and green spaces located at the Institute for Nature Study at the National Museum of Nature and Science, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, where abundant nature remains to this day. Also located in close proximity, is Ebisu Garden Place. This vast complex is comprised of popular spots such as office buildings, department stores, hotels, shops, restaurants, apartments, cinemas, art galleries and more. In the Shirokane neighborhood, you’ll find establishments such as trendy restaurants and a number of boutiques lined up one after another. The area is also bustling with Shiroganese; women living in the Shirokane vicinity that you’ll see out and about eating and shopping.

  • NAKANO
    Nakano Sun Mall Shopping District

    【Nakano】

    The Nakano neighborhood, a place familiar to the literary masters of Musashino, entered the limelight with the birth of the Nakano Broadway and the Nakano Sun Mall shopping district, which both opened about half a century ago. The new-and-improved Nakano Station vicinity is only one stop from Shinjuku Station on the Chuo Line (Rapid Service) and in the vicinity you’ll find a massive park area with a fountain along with office buildings at Nakano Central Park, educational institutions including multiple universities like Waseda University, large hospitals and much more. The Nakano area is being born again as town of nature and culture. Nakano is also a holy land of sorts that is characterized by a different flavor than you’d find in Akihabara and is home to plenty of specialty shops catering to sub-cultures such as music, manga, anime, toys, antiques and more. It’s not just a destination for people from around Japan; you’ll also find Nakano bustling with visitors from overseas as well.

Real Estate Property Information

Shown below in English and Chinese is the list of properties for sale, which our company handles. For the listed properties, we can also introduce rental property management companies.

*For inquiries, please use our inquiry form and do not contact each property directly because there is no one who can answer your inquiries in English or Chinese.
*Please be advised that we cannot handle the properties not listed here in English or Chinese.

KAGURAZAKA

The Park House Yamabuki Kagurazaka NEW

The Parkhouse Yamabuki Kagurazaka

Location 298-6, Yamabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (parcel number); and 10 other parcels
Access A four-minute walk from Edogawabashi Station (Exit #2), Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line; a seven-minute walk from Kagurazaka Station (Exit #2), Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
Total number of units 108 (including 22 units for business cooperators)
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete structure/ 13 above-ground floors
Price JPY 65,400,000 ~ JPY 144,900,000
Size 60.30㎡ ~ 94.95㎡

AZABU

The Parkhouse Gran Azabu Sendaizaka NEW

The Parkhouse Gran Azabu Sendaizaka

Location 1-6-16 (Lot #) Minamiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access A 9-minute walk from Azabu Juban Station on the Toei Oedo Line and the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line (Exit #1) and a 13-minute walk from Hiroo Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Exit #1)
Total number of units 11 (including 2 units for business cooperators)
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete structure/5 above-ground floors and 2 underground floors
Price JPY 275,000,000 ~ JPY 285,000,000
Size 120.75㎡ ~ 133.99㎡

TOKYO

The Park House NihonbashiOdenmacho NEW

The Parkhouse NihonbashiOdenmacho

Location 202-8 Nihonbashi Odenmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (parcel number)
Access A four-minute walk from Kodenmacho Station (Exit #1), Hibiya Line; an 11-minute walk from Mitsukoshimae Station (Exit A9), Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line; a 21-minute walk from Tokyo Station (Nihonbashi Exit), JR Line and Marunouchi Line; a nine-minute walk from Ningyocho Station (Exit A4), Hibiya Line and Toei Asakusa Line; a three-minute walk from Bakurocho Station (Exit #1), JR Sobu Line (Rapid), and from Bakuro-yokoyama Station (Exit A1), Toei Shinjuku Line; a six-minute walk from Higashi-nihonbashi Station (Exit B4), Toei Asakusa Line; a nine-minute walk from Shin-nihonbashi Station (Exit #5), JR Sobu Line (Rapid); an 11-minute walk from Hamacho Station (Exit A1), and from Iwamotocho Station (Exit A4), Toei Shinjuku Line; a 12-minute walk from Asakusabashi Station (East Exit), JR Line; a 13-minute walk from Suitengu-mae Station (Exit #7), Hanzomon Line; a 15-minute walk from Kanda Station (South Exit), JR Line
Total number of units 152
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete building with 14 stories aboveground and one basement level
Price JPY 56,780,000 ~ JPY 93,980,000
Size 50.94㎡ ~ 70.78㎡

YOTSUYA

The Parkhouse Chiyoda Kojimachi

The Parkhouse Chiyoda Kojimachi

Location 6-4-6 (lot number), Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Access A two-minutes walk from Yotsuya Station (Kojimachi Exit) on the JR Chuo Line; a four-minutes walk from Yotsuya Station (Akasaka Exit) on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line; a four-minutes walk from Yotsuya Station (Exit #3) on the Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line; a seven-minutes walk from Kojimachi Station (Exit #4) on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line; a 11-minutes walk from Ichigaya Station (station building) on the JR Chuo Line; a 11-minutes walk from Ichigaya Station (Exit #3) on the Toei Shinjuku Line; a 12-minutes walk from Hanzomon Station (Exit 3a) on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
Total number of units 77 (including 18 units for business cooperators)
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete building with 17 stories aboveground and one basement level
Price JPY 298,000,000
Size 122.2㎡

SHIROKANE

The Parkhouse Shirokane Chojamaru

The Parkhouse Shirokane Chojamaru

Location 2-250-2 (lot number), Kami Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Access An eleven-minutes walk from Meguro Station (West Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line, Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, and Toei Mita Line; a 12-minutes walk from Ebisu Station (East Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line; a 15-minutes walk from Shirokanedai Station (Exit #1) on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line and the Toei Mita Line.
Total number of units 34 (Including 7 units for business cooperators)
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete building with 5 stories aboveground and one basement level
Price JPY 123,800,000
Size 85.84㎡

NAKANO

The Parkhouse Nakano Tower

The Parkhouse Nakano Tower

Location 5-194-1 (location number), Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo-to
Access A six-minutes walk from Nakano Station (North Exist) on the JR Chuo and Sobu Lines as well as the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.
Total number of units 178 (Including 29 units for business cooperators) *4 other units for business partner stores
Structure and Scale Reinforced concrete building (steel construction for stores, mechanical parking, penthouse, etc.) with 25 stories aboveground and one basement level (*anti-seismic structure)
Price JPY 50,580,000 ~ JPY 238,000,000
Size 40.89㎡ ~ 132.05㎡

UENO

The Parkhouse Negishi

The Parkhouse Negishi

Location 4-78-1 (lot number), Negishi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Access A eight minutes walk from Uguisudani Station (North Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line; a seven-minutes walk from Iriya Station (Exit #4) on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line; a 17-minutes walk from Ueno Station (Iriya Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line and others.
Total number of units 38 (including two units for business cooperators)
Structure and Scale Twelve-story reinforced concrete building
Price JPY 68,780,000 ~ JPY 72,680,000
Size 74.39㎡ ~ 80.13㎡