Saion Sakurazaka 10F


Apt. 10F | 2 Bedroom + 1.5 Bathroom |  107.22 sqm (1,154 sq.ft)
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Price per square meter: ¥- | Monthly building fees: ¥78,470

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Chateau Akasakadai 2F


Apt. 2F | 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom | 61.18 sqm (658 sq.ft)
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Price per square meter: ¥- | Monthly building fees: ¥20,270

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Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower sells-out despite record-high pricing

Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower 1

All apartments initially offered for sale in the Kengo Kuma-designed Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower, currently under construction near Tokyo Midtown, have sold out during the first stage of sales held over the past weekend. The building is now 93% sold. Over 1,000 bookings were made to visit the sales office's showroom in the lead up to the first round of sales.

Prices started from 155.6 million Yen (1.26 million USD) for a 57 sqm (613 sq.ft) 1-Bedroom unit, up to 1.5 billion Yen (12.2 million USD) for a 203 sqm (2,184 sq.ft), 3-Bedroom penthouse apartment. With a price of 7,354,000 Yen/sqm (5,500 USD/sq.ft), the 203 sqm apartment could possibly be the most expensive apartment to go on sale in Japan since the bubble era of the 1980s. Even penthouse apartments in Roppongi Hills have only reached 4 ~ 5 million Yen/sqm in recent years, while apartments in the Toranomon Hills complex are around 4 million Yen/sqm. Despite the strong pricing in the building, only the 203 sqm penthouse unit has two full bathrooms, while the rest of the apartments in the building have 1 bathroom each.Read more

Mid Garden Akasaka Hikawa 9F

2-Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 85.61 sqm
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

*This apartment sold in June 2015 and is no longer available.*

Mid Garden Akasaka Hikawa is located 450 meters from Tokyo Midtown and 200 meters from Hinokicho Park. The rear of the property borders onto the guesthouse of the Bank of Japan.

This is a 2-Bedroom corner apartment on the 9th floor. It is north and east facing and overlooks the greenery of the BoJ Guesthouse. The living/dining room has floor heating and built-in ceiling-mounted air-conditioning. Ceiling heights are up to 2,500mm in the living/dining and bedroom. There is a 34 sqm private rooftop terrace.

The building was developed by Tokyu Land and is managed by Tokyu Community.

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Churis Akasaka 11F

2-Bedrooms + 1 Bathroom, 130.53 sqm
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

*This apartment sold in July 2015 and is no longer available*

Churis Akasaka is a 14-storey apartment building located 2 minutes from Tameike-sanno Station in Akasaka. The building was designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa - one of the founders of the Metabolist Movement and designer of the Nakagin Capsule Tower Building in Ginza.

Churis is next-door to the Oakwood Residence Akasaka serviced apartments and just up the street from the Akasaka Twin Tower site (which is currently being redeveloped). There is a 24-hr onsite caretaker.

This is a 2-Bedroom corner apartment on the 11th floor. The unique feature of this apartment is the spacious 74 sqm private rooftop garden. There are only 2 apartments in the building with a private rooftop terrace - this apartment and the 300 sqm apartment next-door. Both apartments were designed by Kurokawa and were used as his private residences.

The tea room and engawa (veranda) in this apartment was the inspiration behind Kurokawa's design of the National Art Center in Roppongi. It has featured on a TBS television program and in Kenchiku Bunka magazine.

The apartment has two large bedrooms (currently tatami-rooms) and a wrap-around corner balcony. If you include the terrace and balcony area, the total usable space is approximately 237 sqm.

Car parking is not included but may be rented separately from 50,000 ~ 70,000 Yen/month (machine car parking; subject to availability).

Car park size:

  • L: 4,700mm
  • W: 1,700mm
  • H: 1,500mm
  • Weight: 1,500kg

The building is managed by Birudaiko.

Kisho Kurokawa
Some of Kisho Kurokawa's works: [Top Left] Nakagin Capsule Tower; [Top Right] The National Art Center, Tokyo; [Bottom Left] Osaka Expo ’70 Toshiba IHI Pavilion; [Bottom Right] Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

The apartment featured in a 5 page spread in Kenchiku Bunka Magazine in January 1985.

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Details of Akasaka’s 44-storey condominium announced

Details on Park Court Akasaka Hinokicho The Tower (previously the Akasaka 9 Chome Tower Project) have just been released. The 170m tall, 44-storey condominium, which was designed by Nikken and famed architect Kengo Kuma, is currently under construction on the northern side of Tokyo Midtown.

The high-rise will contain 322 apartments, of which just 163 (50%) will be available for sale. The remainder will go to landholders and participants of the development. The two and three-bedroom apartments will range in size from 57.61 ~ 203.96 sqm (620 ~ 2,195 sq ft). Layouts are cleverly designed and do not contain any windowless bedrooms that you may find in cheaper developments. The largest apartment, a 203 sqm penthouse, includes two full bathrooms, while the rest of the apartments have 1 bathroom.

Sales will begin in September October November 2015 . Prices have yet to be announced, but with apartments in other recent high-rises in Akasaka selling for around 2,000,000 Yen/sqm, it is likely that we will see comparative pricing in this new project. There have been rumours that apartments could be priced as high as 3,000,000 Yen/sqm.Read more

Construction of Akasaka's latest high-rise to begin today

Taisei Corporation will begin construction of a 44-storey residential apartment tower in Akasaka 9 Chome from today.

The Akasaka 9 Chome North District Redevelopment is located on the northern side of Tokyo Midtown. The 4,656 sqm site was originally a densely packed neighbourhood of two and three-storey wooden homes, a kindergarten and small park.

The new apartment building will be 170m tall with 322 apartments and 44 floors. It will be taller than Akasaka Tower Residence (159m), Park Court Akasaka The Tower (157m) and Roppongi Hills Residence B Tower (156m).Read more