This property is an excellent in transportation convenience to central Tokyo with a five-minute walk from Ryogoku Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line and an 11-minute walk to Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line, where the train ride to Tokyo Station is only about 11 minutes. During the Edo Period, the adjacent Sumida River was the boundary between the provinces of Musashino (now Tokyo) and Shimousa (now Chiba). A bridge here was built in 1661 and named Ryogoku ("two provinces"), which gave this district its name. This part of Tokyo has a large number of buildings dating back to the Edo Period, including a temple called Eko-in. Ryogoku is known as a place where people can still enjoy remnants of the atmosphere of the Edo Period and the early Showa era. Residents of Ryogoku have easy access to supermarkets, banks and shopping as well as restaurants and other establishments that preserve old traditions. There are also a number of parks, including the Former Yasuda Garden. As a result of this attractive location, substantial rental demand from singles and couples working in central Tokyo can be expected.
||2-19-13, Kamezawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
|Total Leasable Floor Area
|Total Leasable Units||36 units|
||Feb. 3, 2016
||Nov 1, 2016
||842 million yen