Homat Brand Apartments
List of Homat apartments available for rent in Tokyo
Homat is a luxury brand of apartments popular among expatriates in Tokyo. The main attraction of Homat brand apartments is their expert blending of spacious western style layouts with eastern styles designs and features.
- 2 - 3
- 2 - 2.5
- 108 - 194.0 sq.m.
The property is located in a hilltop surrounded with plenty of trees in Akasaka, next to Hotel Okura. It is a hotel-like luxurious condominium apartment that has been certified as 'a long-term paid house'. It is one of the Hormat brand's properties known for the Japanese garden and Japanese-Western fusion design. You can enjoy BBQing on the rooftop.
JPY 650,000 - 1,200,000/month
- 120.0 sq.m.
The property is a tasteful Japanese-Western style, condominium vintage apartment. It is one of the Hormat brand's properties. It is located in the midpoint between Meguro and Gotanda where low-rise residences stand in a peaceful environment. In addition, there is a park nearby.
- 108.3 sq.m.
Kojimachi Sta. is 2 min. walk away. It is in a great location that has four train lines accessible. Having many schools around, the neighborhood appears as a classy residential neighborhood. The Homat brand's properties are vintage apartments that are known for their Oriental grand atmospheres and Japanese-Western fusion design. It has a spacious floor plan.
- 3 - 4
- 235.4 - 290 sq.m.
Ark Hills, Hotel Okura and Izumi Garden are found in the neighborhood. It is in a quiet and convenient environment that is away from buzz of Roppongi. This is one of the Homat brand's apartments geared towards foreigners, which offers the great charm of Japanese Western fusion design. The building had earthquake resistance reinforcements in 2005.
JPY 1,000,000 - 1,300,000/month
- 287.5 sq.m.
Lush greenery Arisugawa Park is near by, also several Embassies and International Schools around the area. Very international atmosphere. The spacious living space is geared towards foreign expat families. The Hormat brand's properties are known for Japanese-Western fusion design as well as Japanese gardens.