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Newly built condominiums by Sojitz New Urban Development Corporation.
A 9-minute walk from Shinagawa Station.

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The lineage of premium estates.


Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa "Kihinkan" (photographed May 2015 / approx. 1180m from site)

Takanawa 4-chome, the secluded district of tranquility, retaining the dignity worthy of a premium residential area.

Step into this area, and you sense the tranquil air which exudes an exclusive atmosphere.THE IMPREST TAKANAWA is to be born in Takanawa 4-chome, located in

five great hills conceptual diagram
  • Former Takanawa Iwasaki Palace (source: National Diet Library)

    Intrinsic residential quality transcending time.|Takanawa, once the estate location of Hirobumi Ito, the 1st Prime Minister of Japan. His former estate was inherited by Yanosuke Iwasaki, then Hisaya Iwasaki of the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu. Inheriting the history, the intrinsic residential quality remains to this day.|Source: Kaitokaku WEB SITE

  • Stone masonry wall near site (photographed May 2015 / approx. 290m from site)

Looking upon the future landscape, from the historical hilltop.

From long ago, Takanawa, Minato-ku has been known for its panoramic view of the sea.The beautiful landscape also became the motif for the beloved representative work by Edo period master landscape artist, Hiroshige Utagawa.Furthermore, at approximately 25m above sea level, Takanawa 4-chome is located atop Musashino Terrace,known for its solid ground built upon ages of sedimentation.Encompassing a safe and secure living environment as well as the progressive spirit of Shinagawa that keeps looking to the future.Just as in the days of the feudal lords, the beautiful landscape and living environment still remains at this hilltop.|* Source: Minato City Official Web Site Takanawa-chiku no kyu chomei - Minato-ku no chisei (Former names of Takanawa district - Geographical features of Minato-ku)


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