A carefully curated selection of the interesting, the old, and the architect-designed properties for sale in Tokyo and selected areas.
Located near Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
3-Bedroom steel-frame house
House size: 134.85 sqm (1,451 sq.ft)
1-Bedroom concrete house
House size: 101.11 sqm (1,088 sq.ft)
Architect: Jun Itami
House size: 111.31 sqm (1,198 sq.ft)
Architect: ARTS & CRAFTS Architectural Design Associations, inc.
House size: 54.30 sqm (584 sq.ft)
A traditional machiya-style townhouse near Nijo Castle in Kyoto City. Fully renovated.
¥59,000,000 (approx. 527,000 USD)
A short walk to Daikanyama and Nakameguro.
A former restaurant within a short walk of Hasedera Temple, the Great Buddha and Yuigahama Beach.
A traditional machiya-style building near the former Tsukiji market in downtown Tokyo. In need of full renovation.
A five bedroom house of over 4,000 sq.ft. Five minutes by express train from Shibuya Station.
A fully renovated two-bedroom apartment in a vintage apartment block in the heart of Omotesando.
Too late! The following listings have since been sold or are no longer for sale:
SOLD AND DEMOLISHED
Newly-constructed two-bedroom house located alongside stream and a 15 minute walk to the beach. Views of Mt. Fuji from living room.
Architect: Nishimori Architect & Associates
A traditional Japanese villa overlooking Sagami Bay
Architect: Projet JAPON!
An office/retail building with penthouse residence near Tokyo Tower.
Architect: Tadao Ando
One of the few homes in Tokyo designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando.
Architect: Seiichi Masuda of ARCDESIGN
Architect: Shinichi Kobayashi of Kobayashi 401.Design room
Architect: Yasuhiro Yamashita, Atelier Tekuto
Architect: Yoshimura Junzo
Architect: Kisho Kurokawa
An apartment originally owned by modernist architect Kisho Kurokawa. Used as his office and tea house, it has access to a private rooftop terrace with Japanese-style verandah and garden.
Architect: Hiroshi Shoji Architect & Associates
Architect: Murofushi Jiro, studioARTEC
Architect: Shigeru Ban
Architect: Fumihiko Maki
A 2-Bedroom apartment.
Architect: Be-Fun Design
A 1930s home featuring interiors salvaged from an early 1900s ship operated by the White Star Line.
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