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Arisugawa Park/7minute's walk(approx.490m) 継承1
RoppongiHills/7minute's walk(approx.510m) 継承2
GrandHyatt Tokyo/8minute's walk(approx.620m) 継承3
Sakurazaka/6minute's walk(approx.450m) 継承4
元麻布に刻む、敷地面積5,300㎡超*の大規模“GATED街区”
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As Tokyo evolves on a daily basis, the quality of the land on which one resides becomes an important expression of status. The Moto-Azabu area prides itself on being an upscale residential neighborhood surrounded by the splendor of the city. A site area of more than 5,300㎡ within that space is a rare thing to encounter. A district with a value that can only be appreciated here has now been created on this vast plot of land with definitive qualities.

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Embrace the luxury of enjoying dazzling scenes and the latest trends of Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. With locations like the Grand Hyatt Tokyo and the National Art Center, Here breathes a culture that brings an international mood and art within easy reach. This highly aesthetic town is ideal for those who have found the ultimate success in life. A gorgeous daily life awaits you.

Embrace the luxury of enjoying dazzling scenes and the latest trends of Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. With locations like the Grand Hyatt Tokyo and the National Art Center, Here breathes a culture that brings an international mood and art within easy reach. This highly aesthetic town is ideal for those who have found the ultimate success in life. A gorgeous daily life awaits you.

1: Roppongi Hills – 7 minutes' walk (approx. 510m)
2: Tokyo Midtown (provided photo) – 16 minutes' walk (approx. 1,240m)
3: The National Art Center, Tokyo – 15 minutes' walk (approx. 1,200m)

The area includes Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, offering a deeper appreciation of the seasons. Other notable features include quaint shrines, temples and slopes, along with churches and the embassies of various nations. Scenery that represents a back-and-forth between Japan and the world is preserved as a unique tradition of the area, and will continue to attract many for years to come. The project site also lies near an area known as Uchidayama. This was a flourishing district replete with samurai residences during the Edo period, and illustrates how the neighborhood combines its long and distinguished history with modern characteristics.

The area includes Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park, offering a deeper appreciation of the seasons. Other notable features include quaint shrines, temples and slopes, along with churches and the embassies of various nations. Scenery that represents a back-and-forth between Japan and the world is preserved as a unique tradition of the area, and will continue to attract many for years to come. The project site also lies near an area known as Uchidayama. This was a flourishing district replete with samurai residences during the Edo period, and illustrates how the neighborhood combines its long and distinguished history with modern characteristics.

4: Zenpukuji Temple – 7 minutes' walk (approx. 530m)
5: Hojozaka – 5 minutes' walk (approx. 380m)
6: Grace Gospel Church – 2 minutes' walk (approx. 160m)

※"Site area of over 5,300㎡" refers to the total land area subject to sale. Site area according to building certification is approximately 5,391.42㎡, derived by adding Building A: approx. 1,193.47㎡, Building B: approx. 911.08㎡, Building C: approx. 1,024.29㎡㎡, Building D: approx. 1,420.59㎡㎡, Building E: approx. 351.6㎡ and Building F: approx. 315.38㎡.(Rights to the site are shared ownership rights based on the percentage of exclusive area held.)※The included aerial photo was taken in November 2015 and has undergone partial CG processing.※The included photos depicting the environment were taken in November 2015 and April 2016. ※Indications of distances are estimated map-based distances from the site. *Walking times are calculated based on a speed of 80 meters per minute, rounded up.※Please note that the information listed herein is true as of April 2016 and may change in the future.