Finding a home for you and your family.


Finding a home for you and your family.

Area Guides

Yoyogi and Shoto Photo

Yoyogi and Shoto

When Tokyo residents think of Yoyogi Uehara, the first word that comes to mind is “park.” Yoyogi Park is western Tokyo’s leafiest oasis and one of the city’s largest recreation spots.

Suburban Meguro Photo

Suburban Meguro

It’s no coincidence that Meguro Ward in Southwestern Tokyo feels like it was built with ease of living in mind — it was. Suburban Meguro was planned around the main railway that passes through the area, Tokyu Railway’s Toyoko Line.

Ebisu Photo

Hiroo, Ebisu and Aoyama

Even with 12 million people and counting, some parts of Tokyo have retained a distinctive village character. The foothills in the southwestern section of the city hold several of these villages: Hiroo, Ebisu, Daikanyama, and Shoto.

Ichigaya, Bancho, and Yotsuya Photo

Ichigaya, Bancho, and Yotsuya

You won’t get much closer to traditional Japan than the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. On the western side of the Palace grounds, broad medieval moats bisect the neighborhood, while sloping side streets wind their way past temples.

Aoyama, Akasaka, and Roppongi Photo

Aoyama, Akasaka, and Roppongi

Pass through Aoyama, Akasaka or Roppongi on any given day and it’s hard not to notice that this is the hub of Tokyo style and nightlife — the place to see and to be seen.

Shirogane, Takanawa, and Kami-Osaki Photo

Shirogane, Takanawa, and Kami-Osaki

Skyscrapers and high-rise hotels line the waterfront of Tokyo’s Minato Ward in an impressive skyline of ultra-modern glass and steel. But just a few minutes away, along winding streets and behind high walls of stone, stand the aristocratic mansions of days past, now embassies, museums and private clubs for Tokyo’s elite.

Debebchofu and Western Meguro Photo

Denenchofu and Western Meguro

Strolling around the manicured avenues of Denenchofu, it’s hard to believe this garden oasis is only 15 minutes away from the bustling, crowded Tokyo hub of Shibuya. But it’s true.

Fukazawa Photo


Tree-lined streets, quiet neighborhoods, and spacious homes are the norm in suburban southwest Tokyo. Traditional Japanese-style dwellings stand side-by-side with eclectic Western-style houses.

Azabu Photo


Walking around the pedestrian-friendly backstreets of Azabu, it’s easy to forget this area is in the middle of Tokyo’s Minato Ward. Quiet lanes lined with luxury apartments, elegant boutiques and restaurants, well-appointed clubs and markets stocked with European delicacies seem more foreign than Japanese, and with good reason.

Experiencing Japan

Tokyo offers a wide variety of activities and experiences for newcomers to the city.

Getting Settled

You have found your house and now it is time to settle in. Before you get too settled though, there are a few things you will need to take care of once you move into your new home.

Read our 5-part Property Buying Guide

• Introduction to the Japanese Real Estate process
• Property Search & Viewing
• Purchase Application & Contract Signing
• Applying for a Housing Loan
• Property Transfer & Closing

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