Established in 1896 by Zenjiro Yasuda, the founder of the former Yasuda Conglomerate, the Tokyo Tatemono Group has the longest history of business achievement in Japan as a general real estate company.
Tokyo Tatemono was quick to expand overseas in 1903, when we developed our management and operation business for residences and buildings in Tianjin, China.
Operating revenue for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2022 was approx. 349.9 billion yen *Consolidated
Business profit for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2022 was approx. 66.3 billion yen *Consolidated
Number of Employees
The number of employees in Tokyo Tatemono alone is 760. The number of employees in the Tokyo Tatemono Group overall is 5,878.
*As of December 31, 2022.
Total Floor Area of Owned Office Buildings
The total floor area of the office buildings owned by Tokyo Tatemono is approx. 511,000 m².
*As of December 31, 2022.
Number of Condominium Units for Sale
The number of Brillia condominium units for sale through Tokyo Tatemono is 30,862 (259 properties).
*As of October 31, 2023.
Hareza Ikebukuro is a large-scale complex retail facilitiy on the site of the former Toshima ward government building. It has eight distinctive theaters including the Tokyo Tatemono Brillia Hall, making Hareza Ikebukuro an exciting hub for showcasing a diverse range of culture to the world and creating a lively atmosphere in Ikebukuro.
Since our founding, Tokyo Tatemono has based our head office in the Yaesu-Nihonbashi-Kyobashi (YNK) area. This is where we have set up and are operating nine bases to facilitate innovation through fusing the old with the new, and making the most of the long-standing culture and characteristics of this YNK area that have continued since the Edo period.
*As of 2023.
The roughly 3,600-square-meter Otemachi Forest is an actual forest on the site of the Otemachi Tower, boasting an abundant and diverse range of plants, insects, and birds.
We have confirmed 208 species of plants, 129 species of insects, and 13 species of birds, including species on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, that are inhabiting the Otemachi Forest. We have even spotted tanuki (Japanese raccoon) there from time to time.
*As of 2021.
Health Checkup Attendance Rate
The Tokyo Tatemono Group strives to support and improve the health of each individual and carry out health management initiatives, so that each employee can reach their full potential. The rate of employees who have attended a health checkup in Tokyo Tatemono alone has been 100% for 12 consecutive years since 2011.
*As of 2022.
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Target
In working towards achieving a decarbonized society, the Tokyo Tatemono Group has set a medium-to-long-term target to achieve, by fiscal 2030, a 46.2% reduction in CO₂ emissions compared to fiscal 2019, and net zero CO₂ emissions by fiscal 2050.