Properties we sourced in November

These are some of the off-market properties we sourced for our clients last month. A couple of places we looked at back in October have already sold.Read more

Brutalist house for sale in Kichijoji

A brutalist-style concrete house designed by Yoji Watanabe and built in 1966 is on the market for sale in Kichijoji. This one is very likely to be demolished if not purchased by a collector.

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For Sale: Tadao Ando-designed house in Seijo

Very excited to find one of just a small handful of homes in Tokyo designed by famed architect Tadao Ando is on the market for sale. To my knowledge there are maybe 6 7 (?) private homes by Ando that are still standing in Tokyo, with most of his works centered around Osaka and the Kansai region.

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For Sale: Yoshimura Junzo-designed house in Tokyo

Price: SOLD

This is a compact urban home designed by Yoshimura Junzo (1907-1997). Yoshimura got his start working at Antonin Raymond’s office before being transferred to Pennsylvania in 1940 for two years. He established his own architectural office after returning in the 1940s. His past clients have included the Rockefeller family and the Imperial Household. Yoshimura is one of Japan’s great modernist architects and his homes are often sought-after by collectors.

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One of Shibuya's oldest homes hits the market

A traditional Japanese house in the heart of Shibuya is currently on the market for 2.27 billion Yen (approx. 20.3 million USD).

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For Sale: 3-Bedroom corner apartment in Roppongi Hills


Potential rent: -

This is a sought-after three bedroom corner apartment on the 19th floor in Roppongi Hills Residence B - the 43-storey tower. The Roppongi Hills Residences form part of the internationally-renowned Roppongi Hills complex in the center of Tokyo, which includes a 238m tall office tower, a variety of restaurants and cafes, a high-end retail mall, the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the TV Asahi studio, and the Louis Vuitton, Tiffany and Escada boutiques.

The developer, Mori Building, spent 17 years getting the various land parcels and landowners together in order to start the project. Since its completion in 2003, Roppongi Hills has been considered one of the most desirable places to live, work and play in the country, and has attracted some of Japan’s most elite business people and celebrities as residents.

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