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  • 03/26/2021

Apartment in Shiba 2-Chome (Minato) – FOR SALE

Property for Sale in Shiba, Minato. Support for Real Estate Purchases by Foreigners in Tokyo. Classy property just steps away from Shiba Park. A beautifully renovated 60.76 sq. m., 2-bedroom property on 10th floor, with south-facing windows for maximum of light.

  • 03/20/2021
  • 03/22/2021

Apartment in Roppongi 3-Chome (Minato) – FOR SALE

Property for Sale in Roppongi, Minato. Support for Real Estate Purchases by Foreigners in Tokyo. Comfy and warm unit in the heart of Roppongi. A beautiful 1-bedroom apartment of 48.69 sq. m., designed to accommodate the needs of a single person or a young couple looking to reside in the midst of the very international, business and nightlife district of Roppongi.

  • 03/13/2021
  • 03/22/2021

Apartment in Minami-Azabu 2-Chome (Minato) – FOR SALE

Property for Sale in Minami-Azabu, Minato. Support for Real Estate Purchases by Foreigners in Tokyo. A beautiful property in Minami-Azabu to discover with us. 2-bedroom apartment of 70.93 sq. m., ten minutes walk from Azabu-Juban and Shirokane-Takanawa stations. Located on the first floor, slightly elevated and almost appearing as a second floor, the unit overlooks some greens and a quiet street.

  • 03/08/2021
  • 03/22/2021

Apartment in Shirokane 1-Chome (Minato) – FOR SALE

Property for Sale in Minato, Shirokane. Support for Real Estate Purchases by Foreigners in Tokyo. Discover with us a fully renovated 2-bedroom apartment (75.95 sq. m.) on the 28th floor of a prestigious tower. A beautiful floor, veined wood walls, accent fabrics bring a lot of charm to the place. Folded ceiling and cornice-style lighting also give an impression of unparalleled luxury. Wonderful views of the city from the 28th floor will allow you to have a peak at both Tokyo Tower and Skytree! As if that wasn’t enough, Mount Fuji can also be seen in the distance on a clear day.

  • 05/22/2015
  • 05/24/2015

General Hospitals in Tokyo

General Hospitals in Tokyo Japanese Red Cross Medical Center Website: http://www.med.jrc.or.jp/ Tel: 03-3400-1311 Fax: 03-3409-16014 Hours: 8:30-15:00 Address: 4-1-22 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0012 Jikei University Hospital Website: http://www.jikei.ac.jp/hospital/honin/index.html Tel: 03-3433-1111 Fax: 03-5400-1387 Hours: 9:00-, 13:30- Address: 3-19-18 Nishi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8471 Keio University Hospital Website: http://www.hosp.keio.ac.jp/ Tel: 03-3353-1211 Hours: 8:40-16:00 (with appointment only) After hours: Emergency only Address: Shinanomachi 35, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8582 National Center for Global Health and Medicine (Kokuritsu Kokusai Medical Research Center Hospital) Website: http://www.ncgm.go.jp/en/hospital.html Tel: 03-3202-7181 Fax: 03-3207-1038 New Patients: 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m Address: 1-21-1 Toyama, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo 162-8655 NTT Medical Center Tokyo Website: http://www.ntt-east.co.jp/kmc/en/ Tel: 03-3448-6111 Fax: 03-3448-6617 Hours: Mon-Fri 9-12:00, 13:30-17:00 Address: 5-9-22 Higashi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-8625 Sanno Hospital Website: http://www.sannoclc.or.jp/english/index.php Tel: 03-3402-2187 Fax: 03-3404-3652 Hours: 8:30-17:30 Address: 8-10-16 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Showa University Hospital Website: http://www.showa-u.ac.jp/SUH/index.html Tel: 03-3784-8000 Fax: 03-3784-8517 Hours: Mon-Sat 8:00-11:00 After hours: Emergency only Address: 1-5-8 Hatanodai, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 142-0064 St. Luke’s International Hospital Website: http://hospital.luke.ac.jp/eng/index.html Tel: 03-3541-5151 Fax: 03-5550-7000 Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30-11:00 After hours: Emergency only Address: 9-1 Akashi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8560 Tokyo Adventist Hospital (Tokyo Eisei Byoin) Website: http://www.tokyoeisei.com/ Tel: 03-3392-6151 Fax: 03-3392-1463 Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:00-12:30, 14:00-15:30; Sun & Fri 9:00-12:30 Address: 3-17-3 […]

  • 05/11/2015
  • 05/18/2015

International Schools

Scroll below for the specific categories: 1. International Schools: K and Up to Grade 12 2. International Schools: Elementary Schools 3. International Schools: Preschools & Kindergartens

  • 04/23/2015
  • 04/23/2015

Ward Office Contacts (Kuyakusho)

Chiyoda 1-2-1 Kudanminami,?Chiyoda-ku 102-8688 Tel: 03-3264-2111 Chuo 1-1-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku 104-8404 Tel: 03-3543-0211 Minato 1-5-25 Shibakoen, Minato-ku 105-8511 Tel: 03-3578-2111 Shinjuku 1-4-1 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku 160-8484 Tel: 03-3209-1111 Bunkyo 1-16-21 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku 112-8555 Tel: 03-3812-7111 Taito 4-5-6 Higashi-Ueno, Taito-ku 110-8615 Tel: 03-5246-1111 Sumida 1-23-20 Azumabashi, Sumida-ku 130-8640 Tel: 03-5608-1111 Koto 4-11-28 Toyo, Koto-ku 135-8383 Tel: 03-3647-9111 Shinagawa 2-1-36 Hiromachi, Shinagawa-ku 140-8715 Tel: 03-3777-1111 Meguro 2-19-15 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku 153-8573 Tel: 03-3715-1111 Ota 5-13-14 Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo 144-8621 Tel: 03-5744-1111 Setagaya 4-21-27 Setagaya, Setagaya-ku 154-8504 Tel: 03-5432-1111 Shibuya 1-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku 150-8010 Tel: 03-3463-1211 Nakano 4-8-1 Nakano, Nakano-ku 164-8501 Tel: 03-3389-1111 Suginami 1-15-1 Asagayaminami, Suginami-ku 166-8570 Tel: 03-3312-2111 Toshima 1-18-1 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku 170-8422 Tel: 03-3981-1111 Kita 1-15-22 Ojihoncho, Kita-ku 114-8508 Tel: 03-3908-1111 Arakawa 2-2-3 Arakawa, Arakawa-ku 116-8501 Tel: 03-3802-3111 Itabashi 2-66-1 Itabashi, Itabashi-ku 173-8501 Tel: 03-3964-1111 Nerima 6-12-1 Toyotamakita, Nerima-ku 176-8501 Tel: 03-3993-1111 Adachi 1-17-1 Chuohoncho, Adachi-ku 120-8510 Tel: 03-3880-5111 Katsushika 5-13-1 Tateishi, Katsushika-ku 124-8555 Tel: 03-3695-1111 Edogawa 1-4-1 Chuo, Edogawa-ku 132-8501 Tel: 03-3652-1151

  • 03/10/2011
  • 02/27/2021

Blog Entries from 2011: Tenugui, Japanese Handkerchief

Please note that the blog entries from this point below were published back in 2011 and earlier. The information contained in them may not be relevant as of today. Thank you for your understanding; and we look forward to you continued readership of our current articles. Please let us know if there is any information you???d like us to write. Tenugui is a piece of dyed cotton cloth, about the size of 35 cm by 90 cm.? Tenugui means ‘the thing to wipe hand’, and the main use is as?a hand towel, but it can be used for anything, such as wrapping, and interior accessories. Tenugui has been used for more than 1000 years in Japan.? In the Edo period, the variety of designs increased.? Many people designed their own Tenugui, to show their taste. In the left picture is a popular traditional pattern, called Kamawanu.? There was?an?huge hit?of?this?design in the late Edo period, after a leading Kabuki acter Ichikawa Danjuro ? (絽?綏???e?????) wore it on his stage. The motifs are a sickle (???, kama), a circle (莠?, wa), and a Hiragana (Japanese letter), Nu (???).? Kamawanu means ‘I don’t care’ or ‘never mind’?in Japanese.? The motifs don’t have much […]

  • 03/09/2011
  • 02/27/2021

Blog Entries from 2011: Gourmet and Shopping at Tokyo Station

Please note that the blog entries from this point below were published back in 2011 and earlier. The information contained in them may not be relevant as of today. Thank you for your understanding; and we look forward to you continued readership of our current articles. Please let us know if there is any information you’d like us to write. Tokyo station is one of the largest and oldest stations in Japan, and is also the starting poing of Shinkansen rails.? There are many chances to use Tokyo station in both?moving inside central Tokyo and?traveling to distant areas. Tokyo station is not a place only for transport.? There is a shopping street in the underground of the station. First Avenue Tokyo Station (??延根薈?筝??????) is a shopping and gourmet area in the underground floor of Tokyo station, right outside Yaesu gate (?????羇峨??).? There are about 100 stores,?such as?restaurants, cafes, and shops where you can purchase souvenirs of Tokyo. In the south end of First Avenue are many popular Ramen restaurants.? This?corner is called ‘Tokyo Ramen Street’. In the north end is an area called ‘Tokyo Character Street’.? There are shops of various characters, such as Ultraman and Hello Kitty.? There are […]

  • 03/08/2011
  • 02/25/2021

Blog Entries from 2011: JRPG Dragon Quest Cuisine

Please note that the blog entries from this point below were published back in 2011 and earlier. The information contained in them may not be relevant as of today. Thank you for your understanding; and we look forward to you continued readership of our current articles. Please let us know if there is any information you???d like us to write. Tokyo is the city where the line between real life and fantasy melts.??This is obvious if you visit Akihabara,?the shrine of Japanimation and other subcultures. Such places are not only in Akihabara.? In?Roppongi is a bar that came from the world of a game. The name of the bar is “Luida’s Bar”.? It?is the name of a bar which appears in the famous JRPG, “Dragon Quest”.? Waitresses are wearing the uniform of Luida, the owner character of the bar, and there?are many displays?of goods from?Dragon Quest, such as swords, armors and emblems. The character Luida Foods and drinks also related to the game.? There are cocktails and soft drinks with names of portions in the game, such as Passion Merazoma (Merazoma is a magic word?in the game).? In the food menu is a steamed meat bun with a face of […]