Azabu Gardens: An Urban Oasis In The Heart Of Tokyo

A Home Away From Home

By Jo Cox
March 3, 2017
Families, Lifestyle

Chic and luxurious, warm and welcoming, a family-focused luxurious residence in the very heart of Tokyo.

Upon entry to Azabu Gardens, we are aesthetically greeted by the residence’s concierge desk and spacious lounge — a picturesque wooden indoor decor, parts of which were brought to life through handcrafted artisan techniques and traditional carving. The interior is complete with carefully selected art pieces that adorn the walls throughout the residence. The bilingual staff welcome us, smiling and warm, as two small children smother a tiny puppy, on its way out for a walk, with cuddles and giggles.  

Ultimate Style & Comfort

The stunning abode comprises of two buildings offering 58 premium apartments of 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms, generous in size from 150-302 m2. Most apartments have their own unique floorplan, differing from the rest — and yet they all offer an abundance of storage, large, modern Western appliances, separate laundry rooms and oasis-like bathrooms.

The apartments are beautifully styled, combining classic Japanese attributes with modern finishes and lots of open space. Most apartments include their own private balcony, while there are also duplex units and penthouse suites, including private decks with Jacuzzi’s, on offer. As the name suggests, Azabu Gardens is also abundant in greenery with beautifully landscaped gardens and gorgeously green outlooks from many of the apartments.

Guaranteed Safety & Privacy

Azabu Gardens offers the safety and security features you’d expect from such a premium property. The building is Japan’s first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) New Construction-certified residential building, and it also exceeds the country’s stringent earthquake resistance regulations. It includes covered mechanical car parking, secure indoor bicycle parking and security monitoring with access via keyless IC readers. Azabu Gardens West has been built with energy conservation features such as LED lighting and the entire environment-friendly complex is equipped with double glazed windows, making it sustainable and secure.

The building is Japan’s first LEED […] New Construction-certified residential building, and it also exceeds the country’s stringent earthquake resistance regulations.

Exclusive Bilingual Service

The on-site bilingual concierge “are unfailingly friendly and helpful,” as one new resident cheerfully told us. They are there to help with any form of request from making reservations, to translation services and accepting deliveries; an invaluable tool when faced with daily tasks that can be extremely daunting in a foreign country.    

Impressive Indoor & Outdoor Facilities

On top of premium, family friendly accommodation, Azabu Gardens boasts an extensive array of indoor and outdoor communal facilities. The facilities provide great opportunities to mingle with other residents if you are new to Tokyo or simply enjoy socializing. You can also rent some amenities privately for your child’s birthday party or a parent coffee morning.

The apartments are beautifully styled, combining classic Japanese attributes with modern finishes and lots of open space.

Indoor facilities include the Club Lounge complete with state-of-the-art kitchen and entertaining space, foosball table and a large table for meetings. One resident, with her family of four, shared that she enjoys the fact that “the community is friendly and inclusive, with residents organizing mixers on the rooftop or in the lounge every quarter.”

Adjacent to the Club Lounge is the Media Room with large screen, as well as a 24-hour gym with modern fitness equipment on the same floor. Azabu Gardens also offers a Guest Suite which can be reserved by residents to conveniently accommodate their guests in their own building.   

The outdoor spaces are perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Azabu Gardens. The West building includes a rooftop space with a children’s playground and a spacious entertaining area with an unobstructed view of Tokyo Tower and the city skyline. Host a playdate, birthday party or BBQ, or simply relax and take in the view after a long day.  

Another resident, family of five, says the communal spaces were of particular appeal to her when choosing a place to live in Tokyo. She explains: “one of my favorite things about living in Azabu Gardens is having the lounge and rooftop access. It’s been a great way to spread out and relax outside of our apartment, yet not leave the building.”

Strategic Location & Convenience

Azabu Gardens’ prime location means you are close to popular Robo Robo Park, the Roppongi Hills shopping district, as well as a number of international schools and supermarkets. The property is 8-minute walk from Azabujuban station, or 10-minutes from Roppongi station, giving you easy access to Tokyo and it’s surrounds whether that be for work related purposes or leisure.  

Azabu Gardens is undoubtedly one of the most sought after residences in Tokyo. It provides luxurious sanctuary thanks to its green spaces, amenities, and welcoming ambience, that it can be hard to believe you are in the heart of one of the world’s busiest cities. With its chic and stylish aesthetic, yet family friendly essence in an exceptional neighbourhood, Azabu Gardens offers the perfect abode for expat families looking to reside in Tokyo.    

The Deets

Location: Moto-Azabu 3-7-5, Minato-ku, Tokyo

For more information, or to organize a tour of the property, contact Azabu Gardens at (+81) 03 3201 0033 Property and Leasing Management: Pacific Development & Management Co., Ltd.

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Jo Cox has lived in Tokyo for the past 3 years. With a background in Radio and Music promotions, now a mum to 3, she enjoys trying to keep up with Tokyo’s social scene; wining, dining and being entertained. She also enjoys travelling, running and spends a lot of time negotiating with very small people.

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