With its eye on 2020, Tokyo is accelerating the pace of urban renewal, aiming to become a truly global city.
Shinagawa is playing an increasingly significant role in that drive forward.
Soon, Shinagawa will be the center of new, more powerful options for accessing destinations both domestic and foreign, its function as a hub greatly enhanced through major urban redevelopment projects.
And yet, in the heart of this dramatically evolving city lies an exclusive residential district offering an unchanging sense of repose. That place is Gotenyama.
A prestigious perch since the Edo Period, this location atop the Takanawadai rise is a Category 1 low-rise exclusive residential district, a designation covering just 4.8%*1 of the total area of Tokyo’s six central wards, and a peaceful environment also home to embassies and museums.
With all its gifts as a residential district, Gotenyama also offers proximity to major transportation and the rare opportunity to live in a place with a rich future.
A residence that encompasses such value could only be Gotenyama House.
Leafy shade and an all-encompassing tranquility envelope elegant embassies, private homes and streets. Here, people exude a certain pride in their neighborhood. Gotenyama, located at the top of the Takanawadai rise, is a tranquil residential environment designated a Category 1 low-rise exclusive residential district, rare within the boundaries of the Yamanote Line. There await any number of lavish lifestyles. The Tokyo Marriot Hotel is close enough to use as one’s own dining room and lounge. If one is so inclined, cutting-edge modern art is available at the Hara Museum of Contemporary art. Michelin three-star restaurants and other gourmet delights abound.This is a town that will fill your heart with delight.