Tokyo's luxury real estate market is even cheaper now

Luxury housing in Tokyo still remains the cheapest amongst the top global cities by a long shot, and it has only become cheaper as the year progresses.Read more

Japan’s supply of large luxury apartments is tiny

Japan’s luxury apartment market still appears to be undersupplied, with a report by Tokyo Kantei last week showing that just 0.02% of existing condominium-type apartments nationwide can be considered ‘premium’, i.e. over 100 m2.Read more

Tokyo remains one of the cheapest international cities for luxury housing

Luxury housing in central Tokyo remains amongst the cheapest in the top global cities. A luxury condominium in Tokyo’s high-end Motoazabu neighborhood is about 59% cheaper than its Hong Kong equivalent and 45% cheaper than one in London, according to the Japan Real Estate Institute.Read more

Tokyo sees highest increase in luxury residential pricing in Asia in 2022

According to the Knight Frank Prime International Residential Index for 2022, Tokyo saw the highest rate of growth in Asia with a 22.8% annual increase. It was also ranked 4th globally, behind Dubai (+44.2%), Aspen (+27.6%), and Riyadh (+25.0%).

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Tokyo’s newest and most expensive apartments

Although it is still decades behind, Tokyo’s luxury* property market is finally starting to catch up with its international counterparts. Several new projects in the city center have lifted the bar for pricing and design.

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Mita Garden Hills selected as name of new luxury project in central Tokyo

Mita Garden Hills is now the official name of the large-scale luxury condominium project being developed by Mitsui Fudosan Residential and Mitsubishi Estate Residence in Minato's Mita neighborhood. This is the second ‘Garden Hills’ since Hiroo Garden Hills was developed in the 1980s.

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Japan's tallest tower tops out in Toranomon

The 64-story skyscraper in the Toranomon-Azabudai Project topped out at 330 meters on April 21. This is now the tallest building in Japan, exceeding Osaka’s 300-meter tall Abeno Harukas building.

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