Omotesando Hills Zelkova Terrace W Shibuya, Tokyo

Address 4-12-20 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Year Built 2006
Total Floors 4 stories
Total Units 38
Building Size -
Land Size -
Nearest station Omotesando (3 min.)

Omotesando Hills is the largest and most renowned retail destination on Tokyo`s most stylish and refined commercial street. The apartments here, named after the zelkova trees that line the avenue, look out over the whole street, taking in some of the most architecturally renowned buildings in the world, as well as the shops (and shoppers) of this most stylish of paces.

Living here puts you in an unparalleled place to enjoy Tokyo`s rich food, art and fashion scene.

The residences were designed by famed-architecht Tadao Ando and contrast the strong, bright and bold exteriors with rich natural hues and softer edges on the inside. The effect is something that has an impact, but is warm and calming at the same time.

Each apartment offers sunny, spacious living and dining rooms. A garden provides a public space for residents to relax in and trunk room storage is available for when you need to keep personal belongings close-by, in a private location outside of your living space.

Residents can exclusively use five luxurious spas facilities and their membership will also allow them access to those at other famous Mori properties including Ark Hills, Green Hills, Motoazabu Hills, Roppongi Hills and Sengokuyama Hills.


For practical needs, there are two supermarkets, Kinokuniya International store and Tokyu store, which provide fine quality import and everyday products. There is a strong emphasis on healthy living in Omotesando, evident from the organic grocery stores, restaurants and cafes. There are a number of pharmacies, hospitals, banks and schools nearby key living services. There is also a stop for the bus route for American School in Japan (ASIJ).

Omotesando is within the Jingumae area of Tokyo which is a highly sought-after address in the luxury property market. Adjacent to Harajuku, it is at epicenter of art, trends and pop-culture in Tokyo. The historic complex of Meiji-Jingu is close, one of the most famous scrubs in Tokyo and beyond that, Yoyogi Park.

The property itself is highly coveted and has an air of exclusivity - in total there are 38 residences of which 23 is for lease.

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