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2024/4/28 Article

Hiroo Area: Leafy and Cosmopolitan

Hiroo Area: Leafy and Cosmopolitan
Hiroo area property listings

Hiroo is famed as a much-desired residential area, with its luxurious villas and exclusive condominium complexes. The district is surrounded by embassies, imparting a distinctly cosmopolitan air. Many of those who work at the embassies have homes in Hiroo, providing steady foot traffic for shops selling foods from around the world. These include National Azabu Supermarket, as well as scores of restaurants and cafés.

Hiroo Garden Hills, which consists of five areas, lies on a site so full of natural beauty you’d scarcely know you were in the middle of one of the world’s biggest cities. Now more than 40 years after its completion, this subdivision with its vintage condominiums is as popular as ever. The complex includes a supermarket, clinics and a dozen other shops supporting residents’ daily lives. Together with Hiroo Garden Forest, the eight-building development next door, the area offers a remarkably verdant and harmonious living environment.

Just three minutes’ walk from Hiroo Station you’ll find Arisugawa Memorial Park. The natural beauty of this park in every season makes it an oasis of relaxation eagerly enjoyed by residents and others on weekends and holidays. On the high ground, a plethora of facilities are available for public use, including baseball fields, tennis courts and Tokyo Metropolitan Library.

If residential life in Hiroo sounds like a good fit for you, please take a moment to browse our Hiroo area property listings.

Please note that there may not be any available units for sale in the listed properties on this article.