Corporate History

1896 - 1920
A pioneer of modern real estate

1896

Tokyo Tatemono is established (Established by Zenjiro Yasuda)

Head Office: 18 Gofuku-cho, Nihonbashi, Tokyo-shi

Opens Yokohama Branch

1903

Opens Tianjin Branch

1907

Listed on the former Tokyo Stock Exchange

1921 - 1945
From earthquake restoration to the end of WWII

1928

Begins sales of land for residence (Sekiguchidaimachi)

1929

Completes head office building of Tokyo Tatemono

1937

Starts sales of villas in Yugawara

Merges with Manshu Kogyo Co., Ltd. through absorption-type merger

1945

Designated as restricted company affiliated with Yasuda Hozen-sha

1946 - 1978
Growth into a general real estate company

1947

Opens Osaka Service Office (current Kansai Branch)

1949

Designation as a restricted company removed

Listed again on the Tokyo Stock Exchange

1952

Obtains building lots and buildings transaction business license

1956

Establishes building management company, Tokyo Real Estate Management Co., Ltd.

1959

Establishes facility management company, Tokyo Real Estate Cleaning Co., Ltd.

(current Tokyo Building Service Co., Ltd.)

1962

Establishes housing management company, Totate Shoji Co., Ltd

(current Tokyo Tatemono Amenity Support Co., Ltd.)

Completes Shinjuku Building

1964

Completes Yokohama Station West Exit Building, a pioneer for buildings with sectional ownership

Opens Shinjuku Service Office

1965

Registered as a real-estate appraiser

1968

Begins sales of condominiums (Fujisawa Condominium)

1974

Obtains approval for special construction business

1979 -1995
Era of enlargement and differentiation

1979

Completes Shinjuku Center Building

1980

Establishes real estate sales company, Totate Housing Services Co., Ltd.

(current Tokyo Tatemono Real Estate Sales Co., Ltd.)

1984

Establishes building management company, Kyodo Building Management Co., Ltd.

(current Tokyo Tatemono Investment Advisors Co., Ltd.)

1987

Completes Osaki New City (area redevelopment project around the east exit of Osaki Station)

Establishes resort management and operating company, Kawaguchiko Resort Development Co., Ltd.

(current Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.)

Completes Tokyo Tatemono Sapporo Building; opens Sapporo Service Office (current Sapporo Branch)

1988

Opens Hotel Regina Kawaguchiko

1989

Acquires all shares of Nagai Compound Co., Ltd.; changes trade name to Totate International Bldg. Co., Ltd.

(absorbed through the merger with current Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.)

1993

Announces "Veil" condominium series

1994

Establishes building renovation company, Tokyo Tatemono Techno-Build Co., Ltd.

(absorbed through the absorption-type company split to current Tokyo Tatemono Amenity Support Co., Ltd. and an absorption-type merger with Tokyo Real Estate Management Co., Ltd.

Acquires Osaki New City No. 3 building (the Nissei Building)

1995

Begins sales of Hatoriko Highland Regina Forest villas

Begins sales of single-family house "Veil Court" series

1996 - 2005 
Approaching 100 years as a business

1996

Establishes resort operating and management company, Hatoriko Highland Regina Forest Co., Ltd.

(dissolved through merger with current Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.)

Establishes company for planning and selling small-lot real estate products, Tokyo Tatemono Property Management Co., Ltd.

(current Tokyo Tatemono Fund Management Co., Ltd.)

Begins sales of condominiums with fixed-term leasehold ("Plan-Veil EX")

Introduces corporate philosophy and symbol upon 100th Anniversary

1997

Begins business of real estate syndication

1998

Acquires Shin-Gofukubashi Building

Completes Yokohama First Building

Establishes company operating high-grade public baths and spas, Hotness Co., Ltd.

(absorbed through the merger with current Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.)

Obtains the first real estate securities registration based on Japan's Special Purpose Company (SPC) Act.

1999

Releases first package-type product in Japan as a real estate syndication business

Obtains credit rating for first registered real estate securities product based on Japan's Special Purpose Company (SPC) Act, and issues securities

2001

Establishes internet-based real estate services provider, E-State Online Co., Ltd.

Invests in high-speed internet service company, Tsunagu Network Communications, Inc.

2002

Opens Fukuoka Service Office (current Kyushu Branch)

Tokyo Tatemono Group's J-REIT, Japan Prime Realty Investment Corporation, is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange

2003

Unifies condominium brands into "Brillia"

2004

Unifies detached house brands into "Brillia Terrace"

Establishes golf course operating company, J-Golf Co., Ltd.

(absorbed through the merger with current Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.)

2005

Opens Nagoya Branch

Establishes Prime Place Co., Ltd.

2006
Urban development connected to the future

2006

Completes Olinas, a commercial facility

Completes VIORO, a commercial facility in Fukuoka

Establishes Tokyo Tatemono (Shanghai) Real Estate Consulting Co., Ltd.

2007

Establishes Tokyo Tatemono Investment Advisors Co., Ltd.

Tokyo Tatemono Real Estate Sales Co., Ltd. is listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange

2009

Completes Nagoya Prime Central Project

Completes Tokyo Tatemono Sendai Building

Residences for elderly people with service

Completes Grapes Asakusa

2011

Nihon Parking Corporation joins Tokyo Tatemono Group

2012

Begins sales for Brillia Tama New Town

Completes entire Nakano Central Park

2013

Completes Tokyo Square Garden

Tokyo Real Estate Management Co., Ltd. becomes a wholly owned subsidiary

Begins sales for Brillia Tower Ikebukuro

2014

Establishes Tokyo Tatemono Asia Pte. Ltd.

Kokochiyu Co., Ltd., a company engaging in the bathing business, joins Tokyo Tatemono Group

Completes Otemachi Tower

Establishes nursing care service operator, Tokyo Tatemono Senior Life Support Co., Ltd.

Seiaien Co., Ltd., a company operating private nursing homes, becomes a wholly owned subsidiary

2015

Integrates golf course operator J-Golf Co., Ltd. and bathing business operator Hotness Co., Ltd. into Tokyo Tatemono Resort Co., Ltd.

Tokyo Tatemono Real Estate Sales Co., Ltd. becomes a wholly owned subsidiary

2016

Merges with Tokyo Tatemono Fund Management Co., Ltd. through absorption-type merger

Establishes Tokyo Tatemono Kids