Policy and Concept
The Tokyo Tatemono Group believes improving regional value through various community activities is not only part of community development but connects to the sustainable growth of our own business.
Therefore, we are working to conduct various community activities, such as running events as city clean-up activities and community vitalization, to improve regional value in areas such as Yaesu, Nihonbashi, and Kyobashi where we own and manage real estate.
Introduction of Clean-up Activities
The Tokyo Tatemono Group is regularly conducting clean-up activities by using time such as that before the start of work for urban beatification in multiple areas that include Yaesu where our the Tokyo Tatemono head office is located, Nihonbashi, and Kyobashi. These activities have been praised and received a letter of appreciation from the Nihonbashi Clean Business Cooperative.
In addition, we have continually participated in the Cleaning of Nihonbashi Bridge event in Nihonbashi since 2013. Many of our employees are regularly participating in activities of NPO Hana Kaido, which conducts management of flowerbeds along the sidewalks of Chuo-dori while Tokyo Tatemono participates and supports those activities as a member of the secretariat.
Even in the future, we want to contribute to the beautification of the city as a member of the local community.
Participating in Sanno Festival, One of the Three Major Festivals of Japan
The Tokyo Tatemono Group actively participates in the Sanno Festival, an important event in the area where the head office of Tokyo Tatemono is located, to pass down the traditional culture. The Sanno Festival is counted as one of the three major festivals in Japan along with the Tenjin Festival in Osaka and the Gion Festival in Kyoto. Many Group employees participate during the marching of twelve portable shrines through the Yaesu, Nihonbashi, and Kyobashi area. The Group employees take part in carrying the portable shrines and boasting the festival with members of local neighborhood association members.
Bustling Creation in Nakano Central Park
The richly green open space of approximately 3 ha offered jointly by the neighboring universities and local government in Nakano Central Park (public open space, etc.) seamlessly connects to Nakano Shiki no Mori Park and is used as a place where office workers, students, local residents and industries interact.
Various events are held such as free markets and workshops throughout the year, incorporating the existing culture of the city and students as well as new vitality. Through these types of events, a variety of people are brought together to create a bustling space by actively building community while helping to cultivate knowledge and continually vitalize the area by an organic interaction between people, universities, the city, and companies.
Many events were held in 2017 with a total of 230,000 people visiting Nakano Central Park.
These bustling initiatives that effectively use this open space have been praise and received the Good Design Award in the Creation of Town, Local Area or Community category in 2014.
Websites Jointly Run with Management Associations to Broadcast Condominium Information
The Tokyo Tatemono Group creates websites run jointly with management associations to introduction information such as an overview and history of the condominium, future initiatives, resident organizations, common facilities, and events. Blogs are also opened to deliver the voices of the residents.
Websites for Brillia Mare Ariake, Brillia Ariake Sky Tower, Brillia Ariake City Tower and Totate Zama Heights are already open and expansion is planned for the future.
Broadcasting information about condominiums both internally and externally is expected to help improve the asset value, vitalize the community, and sustain the environment.
Community Building Through Event Proposals to Management Associations
A healthy community has a positive effect on maintenance and management of condominiums and leads to greater asset value. The Tokyo Tatemono Group makes proposals to management associations of condominiums about events for community building and support for their management.
We conduct activities to cultivate communities in cooperation with management associations from social events before residents move in to community events perfect for each season after moving in (Christmas, Tanabata, etc.), fire-fighting drills, gardening, and support of operations for club activities.