Luxury Rentals

Luxury Tokyo Apartments For Rent

Tokyo is second to no city in the world when it comes to luxury rental apartments. From high-rise condominium towers in the heart of Roppongi to more relaxed low-rise homes amidst the suburban greenbelt of Denenchofu, Tokyo has it all.

In this article, we feature three luxury residential rental options that would meet the expectations of anyone looking for best-in-class accommodations in the Tokyo metropolis.

Denenchofu M House

Location: Denenchofu, one of Tokyo’s most exclusive residential neighbourhoods

Transport: 8-minute walk from Denenchofu Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line, 9-minute walk from Tamagawa Station on the Tokyu Tamagawa Line.  Denenchofu is about a 23-mintue direct ride to Shibuya.

Layout: 3-story, 4-bedroom (plus a tatami room), 2.5-bath detached house

Floorsize: 346.14-sqm (3,730-sqft)

Parking: Two parking spaces

Rent: 1.2 million yen (about 11,000 usd) per month

Deposit & Key Money: Deposit and key money may apply. Please inquire directly with PLAZA HOMES, the listing agent, for details.

Denenchofu M House Interior For Rent Tokyo
A spacious 43-sqm (463-sqft) multi-purpose room, located in the basement, is one of the distinctive features of the Denenchofu M House.

Denenchofu M House is the perfect luxury residence and retreat for a family that wants to be close to nature but also within easy reach of the excitement of  downtown Tokyo.


Tamagawadai Park
The property is surrounded by greenery and enjoys pleasant breezes, as it is located next to Tamagawadai Park and the Tamagawa River.

This spacious property is located on a hilltop next to Tamagawadai Park in the Denenchofu neighborhood of Tokyo’s Ota Ward. Denenchofu, which can literally be translated as “garden suburb” was developed by a leading Japanese industrialist in the early 1900s as a suburb based on the garden communities of London.

Here you will find luxurious mansions hidden among wide tree-lined boulevards and parks, as well as the quiet and privacy that you would expect from an area that is favoured by celebrities, sports stars, and politicians.

Property Description

Denenchofu M House Courtyard
View of greenery surrounding the courtyard of the Denenchofu M House.


Kitchen Dining Room Denenchofu M House
Warm northern European wood colors are used throughout the kitchen and dining area.

The dining room and kitchen are located on the second floor of the home.

Denenchofu M House Patio
Enjoy excellent views from the second floor patio of the Denenchofu M House.
Three western-style bedrooms and a tatami room (Japanese-style room) are located on the ground floor.
The living and dining rooms and a kitchen are located on the second floor, which faces a large patio.

A 43-sqm multi-purpose room, one bedroom and a 12.43-sqm storage room are located in the basement. A second large patio also adjoins the basement level.

The guarded modern exterior of the house belies the spaciousness of the interior of the Denenchofu M House.
The guarded modern exterior of the house belies the spaciousness of the interior of the Denenchofu M House.

For more information about the Denenchofu M House, please visit the property listing page on PLAZA HOMES.

Homat Series

The Homat series is a well-known brand of apartment buildings specifically designed and built by Kowa Real Estate for foreign-company executives and diplomats living in central Tokyo.

All Homat apartments are located in convenient locations with good access to transportation, shopping, and entertainment.

The signature mix of Japanese and Western design, as well as spacious Western-lifestyle oriented interiors are a big reason for their popularity.

Locations: Hiroo, Azabu, Akasaka, Roppongi, Omotesando and other foreigner-friendly, central Tokyo neighbourhoods

Transport: All Homat buildings are easily accessible to public transport

Layout: From 1-Bedroom to 5-Bedrooms+. A unique feature of almost all the apartments in the Homat series is that they have two and a half bathrooms, a rarity in Japan.

Floorsize: Ranging from 100-sqm (1,076-sqft) to 340-sqm (3,660-sqft), depending on the layout

Parking: Available on the premises

Rent: Ranging from 540,000 yen (4,090 usd) per month for a 1BR to about 2,600,000 yen (23,600 usd) per month for a 5BR/3.5Bath family-sized apartment.

Deposit & Key Money: Deposit and key money may apply. Please inquire directly with PLAZA HOMES, the listing agent, for details.

Homat Series Living Room
Come home to this spacious and relaxing living room in the Homat series.

Homat apartments were designed with foreign executives and their families in mind. Living and dining areas are spacious enough to accommodate big dinner parties.

Homat Series Bedroom
Bedrooms in Homat apartments are spacious and have ample closet and storage space.
Homat Series Exterior
A signature of the Homat series is a luxuriously tiled exterior. Entrance areas are beautifully landscaped, with Japanese stone lanterns and stone pathways in common areas.

The majority of Homat-branded properties were built between 1965 and the-late 1980s. Some of the properties were renovated after 2000 to reinforce earthquake resistance, as well as to upgrade the kitchens and bathrooms to modern standards. This has considerably increased the popularity of these buildings.

While most Homat apartments are relatively low-rise apartment buildings situated in residential neighbourhoods, the Homat Viscount is located on the higher floors of a high-rise building. Features of the Homat Viscount include English-Japanese bilingual hospitality and a rooftop Japanese-style garden.

Tokyo is a city that boasts many high-end luxurious apartments, but the Homat properties have earned a reputation for being at the apex of residences that truly meet global standards.

For more information, please visit these pages at PLAZA HOMES.

More information about the Homat series

Properties available in the Homat series

Roppongi Hills Residence C

Since it opened in April 2003, the Roppongi Hills Residence has been considered by many in both the expatriate and local community to be the most desirable address in Tokyo.

Roppongi Hills Complex. Image: Mori Living
Roppongi Hills residential complex. Image: Mori Living

The residential complex actually consists of four buildings. A block of apartments in residences “A” and “B” were available for sale when Roppongi Hills opened and occasionally come up on the secondary market. Residence D is a serviced apartment complex. As one of Tokyo’s premiere residences, it is well known that numerous company directors, actors and musicians live in the residences.

Residence “C,” which we feature below, only has rental apartments.

Roppongi Hills

Why is the Roppongi Hills Residence such a desirable place to live?

The short answer is that Mori Building designed Roppongi Hills to be a complete city within a city, a place where you can live, work, and play without having to wander very far from your doorstep. The idea being that you can increase your quality of life by reducing your commute time.

The famous 10-meter high bronze spider "Maman" sculpture in Roppongi Hills.
The famous 10-meter-high bronze spider sculpture (called “Maman”) in Roppongi Hills.

Roppongi Hills is an expansive (27-acre [100,000-sqm+]) development and includes the offices of many top-tier international companies, an art museum, a cinema, scores of luxury retail shops and marquee restaurants, and a direct connection to Roppongi Station.

About half of the area of Roppongi Hills consists of gardens, pavilions, and other open spaces. The Mohri Garden, an elaborate and authentic Japanese garden complete with a pond and trees has proven popular with both residents and visitors.

Roppongi Hills Residence C

Roppongi Hills Residence C
Roppongi Hills Residence C

The apartment on offer is a luxurious 2-bedroom apartment in the Roppongi Hills Residence C, a 45-story luxury condominium tower.

Location: Located in the Roppongi Hills complex, one of Tokyo’s premiere mixed-use developments

Transport: 5-minute walk from Roppongi station on the Hibiya and Oedo lines, 9-minute walk from Azabu Juban station on the Namboku and Oedo lines, 12-minute walk from Nogizaka station on the Chiyoda line.

Floor: 27th-floor apartment in 45-story building

Layout: 2-Bedroom + Bonus (Storage) Room

Floorsize: 166.62-sqm (1,794-sqft)

Parking: Available for an additional 75,600 yen per month

Rent: 1.97 million yen ($17,900) per month

Deposit: 2 months

Key Money: 1 month

Highlights: Some of the amenities available include 24-hour bilingual concierge staff, a doorman, porter, access to the Roppongi Hills Spa and gym, in-house doctor, sky lounge, rooftop gardens and guest suites.

Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th floor apartment living room.
Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th floor apartment living room.
Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th-floor apartment kitchen.
Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th-floor apartment kitchen.
Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th floor apartment bathroom.
Roppongi Hills Residence C, 27th floor apartment bathroom.

Please inquire with the listing agent, White House, for more information about this apartment. On the site, please click the “English” link in the upper-righthand corner for English assistance.

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One thought on "Luxury Tokyo Apartments For Rent"

Dinä Swifani

wow apartments look good and cool! later if I had graduated high school I would move in Japan to lecture yeah…

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