Close to the 2020 Olympic stadium, Akasaka Sacas and Tokyo Midtown, inside Tokyo’s most prestigious neighborhood; The Royal Season’s Akasaka is a collection of 26 finely finished apartments inside a state of the art low-rise construction.
Total Units: 26
Sizes: 67.32 – 129.51 sqm
Layouts: 2 / 3 -Bed
Price: ¥149m ($1.31m) – ¥499m ($4.4m)
Completion date: December 2017
Construction utilizes a lateral support structure; with no large pillars anywhere in the building, yet it meets the highest levels of earthquake resistance. Each apartment is able to benefit from more open layouts than is typical in Tokyo homes, with wider living spaces and smarter design touches. A number of homes boast their own private rooftop terrace, and with a high elevation on an Akasaka hilltop, privacy is assured.
Superior Interior Design
Each apartment has been thoughtfully designed and suits international tastes. A considered sequence of living, dining and kitchen areas are open and generously proportioned, with materials including teak woods chosen for their long-life and careful finishing, as well as natural stone and high-grade appliances.
The master bedrooms are especially spacious, with plenty of natural light, walk-in wardrobes and beautifully appointed ensuite bathrooms. Optional layouts include a private study. The building’s smart construction allows for extra attention to detail, with no frames around doors, corners or wood paneling.
A Superior Location
Regarded for its selection of fine dining, culture, and range of retail, this part of Tokyo is the home of choice for large international and domestic corporations, as well as the city’s foremost residents. Famous centerpieces include Akasaka Sacas, the home of Tokyo Broadcasting and major events and retail space, as well as the scenic Hie Shrine, Togu Palace, and the wide variety of boutique retail and dining options.
In the other direction, Tokyo Midtown and the world-class retail of Roppongi, together with the leisure spot of Hinokicho Park, are also within walking distance. It is also a short distance from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic stadium.
From Aoyama 1-home station, Ginza, Shibuya, and Omotesando are all within a few minute’s metro ride.
7F BPR Place Kamiyacho, 1-11-9 Azabudai, Minato-ku Tokyo Japan 106-0041