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

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Joys of the urban core.

From above Shinagawa Station, looking towards Tokyo Tower

SURROUNDING LOCATION|A sophisticated townscape, harmonizing serenity and excitement.

This district offers a sophisticated lifestyle. Many refined restaurants, cafes and bars are located throughout. Meanwhile, there is also the neighboring Shinagawa area, always busy and energetic with countless people.'Takanawa', surrounded by tranquility, while in harmony with the lively city. The air of this town promises to bring sparkles of joy to daily life.

  • Location guide
  • GARDEN CAFE with TERRACE BAR (approx. 920m from site)

    The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo (approx. 1120m from site)

    Community information|Tokyo International Clinic --- Approx. 60m / 1 min. by foot, Aqua Park Shinagawa --- Approx. 320m / 4 min. by foot, Prince Hotel Shinagawa --- Approx. 320m / 4 min. by foot, Hara Museum --- Approx. 410m / 6 min. by foot, Life Shinagawa Gotenyama store --- Approx. 650m / 9 min. by foot , Wing Takanawa WEST --- Approx. 690m / 9 min. by foot, Keikyu Store Shinagawa branch --- Approx. 720m / 9 min. by foot, Atre Shinagawa --- Approx. 720m / 9 min. by foot, Queens Isetan Shinagawa store *1--- Approx. 720m / 9 min. by foot, JCHO Tokyo Takanawa Hospital --- Approx. 740m / 10 min. by foot

URBAN ACCESS|Enjoy the convenience and accessibility of the main metropolitan area

As one of the stops on the New Tokaido Line, Shinagawa Station is a popular starting point for domestic travel. Shinagawa is only 11 minutes away from the gateway to the skies, 'Haneda Airport International Terminal' Station*2, and also has direct access to 'Narita Airport' Station*3. As the most accessible mega-hub to international skies, Shinagawa heads the evolution of Japan.

  • Railway route diagram
  • Access to nearby stations|JR Shinagawa Station --- 9 min. on foot, JR Osaki Station --- 15 min. on foot, Keikyu Main Line Kitashinagawa Station --- 10 min. on foot, Toei Asakusa Line Takanawadai Station --- 13 min. on foot,

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Access to main stations from JR Shinagawa Station|JR Tokyo Station --- 7 min. (via JR Yokosuka Line), JR Shibuya Station ---  12 min. (via JR Yamanote Line), JR Shinjuku Station ---  19 min. (via JR Yamanote Line), JR Shimbashi Station --- 4 min. (via JR Tokaido Main Line), Haneda Airport International Terminal Station --- 11 min.(via Keikyu Main Airport Line) (Airport Express), Narita Airport Terminal Station --- 64 min.(via JR Narita Express No. 17), JR Yokohama Station --- 16 min. (via JR Rapid acty)

SHINAGAWA REDEVELOPMENT|'Shinagawa Area,' the south gate to Tokyo and a continuously evolving international hub.

Shinagawa area is the front row seat to Tokyo as it heads the development of Japan and evolves into the new international hub. Scheduled to start operations in 2027 is the Linear Chuo Shinkansen Line, connecting 'Shinagawa' Station and 'Nagoya' Station in only 40 minutes. As the terminal station, Shinagawa is the key station on the Tokaido Line, Japan's main artery. Based on such accessibility, the area is anticipated to lead the next generation of Tokyo. Furthermore, a new station on the Yamanote Line is scheduled to open between 'Shinagawa' and 'Tamachi' Station in time with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. And alongside the new station, large-scale station district redevelopment is scheduled. Takanawa enjoys the features and convenience of Tokyo, with front row seats to witness the continuous evolution and future of the Shinagawa area.

  • Conceptual diagram of Special Zone for Asian Headquarters (Surrounding areas of Shinagawa Station/Tamachi Station)
  • Special Zone for Asian Headquarters|The Shinagawa area has been chosen as part of the 'Special Zones for Asian Headquarters' initiative which promotes the advancement of Japan's global business environment. Expectations are high for future development of the area as a global business hub. (Source: National Strategic Special Zone Team, Coordination Division, Office of the Governor for Policy Planning 'Tokyo's Special Economic Zones' website)|Extension of Ring Road No. 4|Tokyo City's 'Urban Development Guideline 2014' announced the construction maintenance and extension of Ring Road No. 4. The extended distance is approximately 29km, enabling the new road to play a vital role in interconnecting different regions and businesses, and promoting wider exchanges through tourism.


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