Data

Tokyo Tatemono underwent a third-party quality assurance evaluation by LRQA Limited in connection with certain environmental and social data to ensure the integrity of the data within this report.

The type of data and numerical figures subject to this evaluation are indicated with

Promoting a Decarbonized Society

Energy Consumption

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses

Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses

Energy consumption
(crude oil equivalent)

kl

-

-

-

-

61,532

Energy intensity

kl / thousand m2

-

-

-

-

19.7

Floor area within scope

Thousand m2

-

-

-

-

3,123

Tokyo Tatemono facilities subject to the Act on the Rational Use of Energy

Tokyo Tatemono facilities subject to the Act on the Rational Use of Energy

Energy consumption
(crude oil equivalent)

kl

24,165

23,497

23,050

23,510

28,664

Energy intensity

kl / thousand m2

34.0

28.6

27.2

26.6

25.5

Floor area within scope

Thousand m2

710

823

847

883

1,126

CO2 emissions *1
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Scope 1, 2, 3 total

t-CO2

987,910

920,164

1,034,699

1,015,230

984,407

Scope 1 (Fuel-derived)

t-CO2

17,429

14,950

15,802

18,234

14,456

Scope 2 (Market-based)

t-CO2

68,441

58,671

55,610

53,979

29,827

Scope 1, 2 total

t-CO2

85,870

73,621

71,412

72,213

44,283

Scope 3 total

t-CO2

902,040

846,543

963,287

943,017

940,124

1.Purchased goods and services

t-CO2

190,020

143,949

99,701

238,344

219,112

2.Capital goods

t-CO2

32,592

123,884

40,478

41,105

33,586

3.Fuel and energy-related activities not included in Scopes 1 and 2

t-CO2

22,558

20,591

19,849

20,963

16,045

4.Transportation and distribution (upstream)

t-CO2

67

66

69

75

45

5.Waste generated in operations

t-CO2

18,532

11,181

10,350

13,137

15,229

6.Business travel

t-CO2

1,060

604

760

1,329

2,105

7.Employee commuting

t-CO2

1,575

1,570

1,627

1,751

1,328

8.Leased assets (upstream)*2

t-CO2

-

-

-

-

-

9.Transportation and delivery (downstream)

t-CO2

-

-

-

-

-

10.Processing of sold products

t-CO2

-

-

-

-

-

11.Use of sold products

t-CO2

567,832

477,952

728,626

565,219

592,380

12.Disposal of sold products

t-CO2

8,819

9,536

9,480

10,843

12,776

13.Leased assets (downstream)

t-CO2

39,679

35,478

33,504

31,116

29,609

14.Franchises

t-CO2

-

-

-

-

-

15.Investments

t-CO2

19,306

21,732

18,843

19,135

17,909

  • *1 
    Due to a change in calculation method, CO2 emissions for previous years are also shown based on the new calculation method.
  • *2 
    Category 8 is included in the calculation for Scope 1 and 2. Other categories for which no figures are provided have no emission sources.

Renewable Energy (electricity) Usage Amount / Energy Generated

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses

Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses

Usage amount

Thousands of kWh

-

-

3,675

22,735

64,377

Energy generated from solar power

Thousands of kWh

-

-

14,967

18,092

24,431

Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business

Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business

Usage amount

Thousands of kWh

-

-

3,675

22,735

60,773

Energy generated from solar power

Thousands of kWh

-

-

80

3,337

9,334

Water Resources

Water Use / Intensity
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Long-term buildings*1

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total water use

m3

853,395

659,216

667,065*2

760,729*2

673,515

Potable water uses

m3

724,027

564,418

567,069

657,109

574,862

Recycled water use

m3

129,368

94,798

99,996

103,620

98,653

Floor area within scope

m2

896,467

980,074

983,113

997,316

856,248

Intensity (actual)

m3/m2

0.95

0.67

0.68*2

0.79*2

0.79

  • *1 
    Applies to the main long-term buildings and commercial facilities for which we have substantial energy management rights.
  • *2 
    Figures have been revised after a close examination.

Water Withdrawal
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Group Long-term buildings*1

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total water withdrawal

m3

724,027

564,418*2

567,069*2

657,109*2

574,862

Surface water

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Groundwater

m3

0

0*2

0*2

0*2

2

Industrial water

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Used quarry water collected at the quarry

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Potable water

m3

724,027

564,418*2

567,069

657,109

574,860

External wastewater

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Rainwater

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Seawater

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Floor area within scope

m2

896,467

980,074*2

983,113

997,316

856,248

Intensity (actual)

m3/m2

0.81

0.58*2

0.58*2

0.66*2

0.67

  • *1 
    Applies to the main long-term buildings and commercial facilities for which we have substantial energy management rights.
  • *2 
    Figures have been revised after a close examination.

Water Discharge
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Long-term buildings*1

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total water discharge

m3

853,395

659,216*3

667,065*3

760,729*3

673,515

Seawater

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Surface water

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Groundwater

m3

0

0

0

0

0

Sewage water

m3

690,730

558,374*3

574,724

666,580

572,555

Other*2

m3

162,665

100,842*3

92,342*3

94,149*3

100,960

  • *1 
    Applies to the main long-term buildings and commercial facilities for which we have substantial energy management rights.
  • *2 
    Other indicates the difference between water use and total water discharged, from seawater to sewage water.
  • *3 
    Figures have been revised after a close examination.

Water risk analysis results from the Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas*1

Overall Water Risk*2

Percentage of leased area

Water Withdrawal in
FY2023 (m3)

Water Discharge in
FY2023 (m3)

Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business

Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business

Low (0-1)

0.7%

0

0

Low - Medium (1-2)

99.3%

750,223

863,993

Medium - high (2-3)

0.0%

0

0

High (3-4)

0.0%

0

0

Extremely high (4-5)

0.0%

0

0

Tokyo Tatemono Overseas Business

Tokyo Tatemono Overseas Business

Low (0-1)

0.0%

Low - Medium (1-2)

0.0%

Medium - high (2-3)

100.0%

High (3-4)

0.0%

Extremely high (4-5)

0.0%

  • *1 
    The Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas is an assessment tool for water risk developed by the World Resources Institute (WRI).
  • *2 
    Overall Water Risk in the Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas refers to the overall water risk measured based on all water-related indicators, including quantity and quality of physical risk as well as regulatory and reputational risks. Higher values indicate higher water risk.

Promoting a Recycling-oriented Society

Waste Emissions and Recycling Amount / Recycling Rate (Period covered: April to March)
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Long-term buildings*1

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Waste emissions

t

8,079

6,265

6,350

6,429

6,531

Intensity

t/thousand m2

7.3

5.1

5.2*2

5.3

5.3

Non-recycled amount

t

3,092

2,156

2,179

2,516

2,714

Recycled amount

t

4,987

4,109

4,171

3,913

3,817

Recycle ratio

%

61.7

65.6

65.7

60.9

58.4

Floor area within scope

Thousand m2

1,111

1,219

1,214*2

1,216*2

1,226

  • *1 
    Applies to the main long-term buildings and commercial facilities for which we have substantial energy management rights and for which we have submitted plans for the reuse and reduction of waste materials.
  • *2 
    Figures have been revised after a close examination.

Hazardous Substance Emissions
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Amount of PCB waste processed

kg

0

0

0

13,000

0

Asbestos emissions*1

m3

-

-

23.0

11.8

59.5

NOx emissions*2

t

-

-

1.0

1.0

1.0

SOx emissions*2

t

-

-

0.0

0.0

0.0

  • *1 
    Of the Tokyo Tatemono owned properties that were constructed in each fiscal year, on properties for which data was collected.
  • *2 
    Of the Tokyo Tatemono owned properties, on properties for which data was collected.

Raw Material Usage
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business*1

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Steel frame usage*2

t

-

-

0.0

1,259.6

416.2

Wood usage*3

m2

-

-

0.0

176.1

1,268.0

m3

-

-

0.0

4.2

0.0

  • *1 
    Tokyo Tatemono developed office buildings completed in each fiscal year.
  • *2 
    Mainly main and other steel frames, etc.
  • *3 
    Decorative walls, floor plywood, ceiling paneling, etc. are calculated in m2, while floor framing, etc. is calculated in m3.

Environmental Management

Environmental Incidents and Violations of Environmental Laws or Regulations
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Violations of environmental laws or regulations

Facilities

0

0

0

0

0

Violation of water quality or quantity standards/regulations

Facilities

0

0

0

0

0

Environmental incidents

Facilities

0

0

0

0

0

Environmental fines

Yen

0

0

0

0

0

Number of Business Sites Certified for Environmental Management Systems and Acquisition Rate
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Group All businesses】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

ISO14001

ISO14001

Number of certified business sites

Facilities

0

0

0

0

0

Certification acquisition rate

%

0

0

0

0

0

External Evaluation and Certification for Green Buildings

Acquisition Rate of Green Building Certification for Owned and Managed Properties
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono Commercial Properties Business, Residential Business】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total certification percentage for owned and managed properties

%

36.6

38.3

56.4

62.5

71.1

DBJ Green Building Certification

%

36.6

33.2

42.8

43.6

47.1

BELS (Building-housing Energyefficiency Labeling System) certification

%

12.3

13.0

21.9

28.5

35.3

CASBEE*

%

0.2

2.9

3.6

16.4

25.8

ABINC certification (Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community certification)

%

11.9

9.9

13.7

12.8

11.7

SEGES certification (Urban Oasis)

%

16.1

13.4

13.7

12.8

11.7

Acquisition rate of certification for the leasable area of office buildings

%

36.3

41.4

63.1

66.6

72.4

Acquisition rate of certification for the leasable area of residential buildings

%

39.1

22.2

22.2

27.2

59.8

  • * 
    CASBEE includes CASBEE Buildings certification (new construction), CASBEE Real Estate, CASBEE Wellness Office, etc.

List of buildings and for-rent condominiums owned by Tokyo Tatemono that have received external evaluation or certification for green buildings (as of the end of FY2023)

DBJ Green Building Certification*1

Evaluation

Year acquired/
renewed

Property name

★★★★★

2022

Otemachi Tower

2022

Tokyo Square Garden

2022

Nakano Central Park South

2022

SMARK Isesaki

2022

Brillia ist Tower Kachidoki

2022

Brillia ist Nakano Central Park

2023

Hareza Tower

2023

Brillia ist Shinonome Canal Court

★★★★

2021

Empire Building

2021

Tokyo Tatemono Sendai Building

2021

Shinjuku Center Building

2022

Tokyo Tatemono Nihonbashi Building

2022

Tokyo Tatemono Shijo-Karasuma Building EAST

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Yaesu Building

2023

Osaki Center Building

★★★

2021

Nihonbashi TI Building

2021

Yokohama First Building

2022

Shijo-Karasuma FT Square

2022

Tokyo Tatemono Umeda Building

2022

Brillia ist Machiya

2022

Brillia ist Shibuya Honmachi

2023

Kyobashi YS Building

2023

Ebisu Building

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Machida Building

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Honmachi Building

2023

Tokyo Tatemono Hakata Building

BELS*2

Evaluation

Year of acquisition

Property name

★★★★★

2019

Hareza Tower (Office Section)

2021

Tokyo Tatemono Shijo-Karasuma Building EAST

2021

T-LOGI Narashino

2022

T-LOGI Yokohama-Aoba

2022

T-LOGI Ayase

2023

T-LOGI Chiba-Kita

2023

T-LOGI Akiruno

2023

T-LOGI Kyoto Fushimi

2023

T-LOGI Ichinomiya

2023

Brillia ist Bunkyo Rikugien

2023

Brillia ist Oimachi

★★★★

2021

Shijo-Karasuma FT Square (Office Space)

★★★

2016

Otemachi Tower

★★

2018

Empire Building

CASBEE*3 Buildings (new construction)

Evaluation

Year of acquisition

Property name

S rank

2021

Tokyo Tatemono Shijo-Karasuma Building EAST

2022

T-LOGI Ayase

2023

T-LOGI Chiba-Kita

2023

T-LOGI Akiruno

2023

T-LOGI Kyoto Fushimi

2023

T-LOGI Ichinomiya

A rank

2022

T-LOGI Narashino

CASBEE*3 Real Estate

Evaluation

Year acquired/
renewed

Property name

S rank

2020

Nagoya Prime Central Tower

2023

Hareza Tower

A rank

2020

T-LOGI Yokohama-Aoba
(CASBEE Yokohama)

CASBEE*3 Wellness Office

Evaluation

Year acquired/
renewed

Property name

S rank

2021

Tokyo Tatemono Yaesu Building

2022

Tokyo Tatemono Shijo-Karasuma Building EAST

2023

Hareza Tower

A rank

2022

T-PLUS Nihonbashi Kodenmacho

ABINC Certification*4
(Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community® Certification)

Year acquired/
renewed

Property name

2021

Tokyo Square Garden

2023

Otemachi Tower

SEGES Certification*5 (Urban Oasis)

Year acquired/
renewed

Property name

2021

Otemachi Tower

2023

Tokyo Square Garden

  • ※1 
    DBJ Green Building Certification is a system established by the Development Bank of Japan Inc. to evaluate and certify real estate projects that are needed by society and the economy. The certification is based on a comprehensive evaluation that includes not only the environmental performance of the real estate but also its response to various stakeholders, including disaster prevention and consideration for community.
  • ※2 
    BELS (Building-housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System) is a guideline established by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to accurately evaluate and display the energy saving performance of non-residential buildings.
  • ※3 
    CASBEE (Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency) is a method for evaluating and grading the environmental performance of structures.
  • ※4 
    ABINC Certification is a third-party evaluation and certification system for biodiversity conservation efforts, using the Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity-developed Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community® Certification Guidelines and the Land Use Score Card® as evaluation standards.
  • ※5 
    SEGES Certification is an evaluation system for green spaces that contribute to society and the environment by the Urban Greenery Research Institute, which visualizes the social and environmental value of green spaces.

List of for-sale condominium developments that have received external evaluation or certification for green buildings (as of the end of FY2023)

BELS*1

Evaluation

Year of acquisition

Property name

★★★★★

2018

Brillia Tsurumaki

2020

Brillia Tower Seiseki Sakuragaoka BLOOMING RESIDENCE

ABINC Certification*2
(Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community® Certification)

Year of acquisition

Property name

2020

Brillia Tower Seiseki Sakuragaoka BLOOMING RESIDENCE

  • ※1 
    BELS (Building-housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System) is a guideline established by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to accurately evaluate and display the energy saving performance of non-residential buildings.
  • ※2 
    ABINC Certification is a third-party evaluation and certification system for biodiversity conservation efforts, using the Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity-developed Association for Business Innovation in harmony with Nature and Community® Certification Guidelines and the Land Use Score Card® as evaluation standards.

ZEB/ZEH Development Results*1 (as of the end of FY2023)

ZEB/ZEH Classifications

Year completed

Property name

ZEB

2020

T-LOGI Kuki

2022

T-LOGI Yokohama-Aoba

2022

T-LOGI Narashino

2022

T-LOGI Fukuoka

2022

T-LOGI Narashino II

2022

T-LOGI Ayase

2022

T-LOGI Kazo

2023

T-LOGI Chiba-Kita

2023

T-LOGI Akiruno

2023

T-LOGI Kyoto Fushimi

2022

T-LOGI Ichinomiya

ZEB Ready

2020

Hareza Tower (Office Section)

2022

Tokyo Tatemono Shijo-Karasuma Building EAST

ZEH-M Oriented

2019

Brillia Tsurumaki

2022

Brillia Tower Seiseki Sakuragaoka BLOOMING RESIDENCE

2023

Brillia Urawa Takasago

2023

Brillia ist Bunkyo Rikugien

  • ※1 
    ZEB (Net Zero Energy Building) is a building that is designed to achieve a net-zero balance of annual primary energy consumption. ZEH-M (Net Zero Energy House (-M)) is a house that is designed to achieve a net-zero balance of annual primary energy consumption.

Respect for Human Rights

Human Rights Related

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Attendance in human rights training

Attendance in human rights training

 

Tokyo Tatemono Group

%

-

-

-

86.9

96.2

Tokyo Tatemono

%

-

-

99.7

93.2

99.6

Diversity & Inclusion

Headcount
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Tokyo Tatemono employees (total)

Persons

837

871

911

958

999

Male (ratio)

Persons (%)

595 (71.1)

608 (69.8)

630 (69.2)

661 (69.0)

681 (68.2)

Female (ratio)

Persons (%)

242 (28.9)

263 (30.2)

281 (30.8)

297 (31.0)

318 (31.8)

Tokyo Tatemono full-time employees (total)

Persons

749

772

805

840

879

Male (ratio)

Persons (%)

563 (75.2)

575 (74.5)

595 (73.9)

620 (73.8)

637 (72.5)

20 to 30 years old

%

15.1

16.7

18.5

19.4

19.9

31 to 40 years old

%

22.0

21.0

22.4

23.5

25.4

41 years old and above

%

62.9

62.3

59.2

57.1

54.6

Female (ratio)

Persons (%)

186 (24.8)

197 (25.5)

210 (26.1)

220 (26.2)

242 (27.5)

20 to 30 years old

%

19.9

19.8

23.3

25.5

25.2

31 to 40 years old

%

31.7

28.4

28.6

26.8

31.0

41 years old and above

%

48.4

51.8

48.1

47.7

43.8

Ratio of foreign full-time employees

%

0.3

0.3

0.2

0.2

0.2

Employment rate of persons with disabilities*

%

1.81

1.75

2.21

2.33

2.53

Number of managers (total)

Persons

360

367

376

377

384

Male

Persons

342

345

349

350

348

Female

Persons

18

22

27

27

36

Proportion of women in management positions

%

5.0

6.0

7.2

7.2

9.4

Proportion of female directors

%

0

0

8.3

8.3

8.3

  • * 
    As of June 1 of each year.

Turnover
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Job leavers (total)

Persons

17

18

13

30

33

Male

Persons

9

6

9

17

14

Of which full-time

Persons

9

5

8

15

12

Of which contracted

Persons

0

1

1

2

2

Female

Persons

8

12

4

13

19

Of which full-time

Persons

1

3

2

9

4

Of which contracted

Persons

7

9

2

4

15

Turnover rate (full-time employee turnover)

%

3.6

4.3

2.8

5.3

5.5

Of which, voluntary resignation

%

2.1

2.2

1.5

3.3

3.5

Employment Status
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

New graduate hires (total)

Persons

21

20

33

30

32

Male

Persons

14

15

23

20

18

Female

Persons

7

5

10

10

14

Percentage of new graduate hires (overall)

%

100

100

100

100

100

Male

%

67.0

75.0

69.7

66.7

56.3

Female

%

33.0

25.0

30.3

33.3

43.8

Ratio of mid-career hires to regular employees

%

41.7

57.4

37.7

57.7

46.7

Average years of service (overall)

Years

13.0

13.0

13.0

12.6

12.3

Male

Years

13.8

14.0

14.0

13.4

13.0

Female

Years

10.7

10.4

10.1

10.4

10.3

Difference in average tenure between male and female regular employees

Years

3.1

3.6

3.9

3.0

2.7

Rehiring of Employees at Retirement Age
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Employees at retirement age

Persons

8

11

10

13

15

Rehired persons*

Persons

8

9

8

12

14

Ratio of rehires*

%

100

81.8

80.0

92.3

93.3

  • * 
    The number of rehired persons is the total number of employees who were rehired because they wanted to continue working after retirement.
    In some fiscal years, the ratio of rehires does not reach 100% because some employees do not wish to work after retirement and do not use the rehiring system.

Childcare Leave
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total number of employees eligible for childcare leave*1

Persons

37

29

33

32

38

Male

Persons

21

22

23

22

32

Female

Persons

16

7

10

10

6

Total number of employees who have taken childcare leave

Persons

24

26

26

21

31

Male

Persons

1*4

4

3*4

11

25

Female

Persons

23

22

23

10

6

Percentage of childcare leave taken

%

64.8

89.6

78.7

65.6

81.5

Male*2

%

4.8*4

18.2

13.0*4

50.0

78.1

Female

%

100

100

100

100

100

Total number of employees who returned to work after childcare leave

Persons

15

6

16

16

38

Male

Persons

6

0

5

12

26

Female

Persons

9

6

11

4

12

Percentage of employees returning to work after childcare leave*3

%

100

100

100

88.9

100

Male

%

100

-

100

100

100

Female

%

100

100

100

66.7

100

  • *1 
    Total number of employees who had a child born in the relevant year.
  • *2 
    Male employees taking childcare leave = total number of male employees who took childcare leave in the relevant year/total number of male employees who had a child born in the relevant year.
  • *3 
    Total number of employees who returned to work/total number of employees who were scheduled to return to work (the number of employees who returned to work is the number of employees who were scheduled to return to work excluding those who left for personal reasons without returning to work).
  • *4 
    Following a close examination of data, figures have been revised.

Human Resource Investment and Development

EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) per Employee
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

EBIT per employee*

Million
Yen

62

62

69

72

76

  • * 
    A measure of productivity defined in ISO30414 (Guidelines for the Disclosure of Information on Human Capital).

Training for Employees Related
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total training hours for employees

Hours

10,773

9,452

14,712

13,292

13,338

Average hours of training per year per employee

Hours

14.4

12.2

18.3

15.8

15.2

Average days of training per year per employee

Days

1.92

1.63

2.44

2.11

2.03

Career training participation rate

%

-

100

100

100

100

Employee Engagement Survey
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Rating*

-

-

-

A

A

AA

Score

-

-

-

59.1

59.4

62.1

  • * 
    The scores, which are calculated independently by the survey company, are ranked using a 11-stage rating scale.
    Ratings: DD (score less than 33), DDD (33-39), C (39-42), CC (42-45), CCC (45-48), B (48-52), BB (52-55), BBB (55-58), A (58-61), AA (61-67), AAA (67+).

Percentage of Employees Receiving Regular Performance Reviews
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Percentage of employees receiving regular performance reviews

%

100

100

100

100

100

Male

%

100

100

100

100

100

Female

%

100

100

100

100

100

Total Number of Interns Accepted
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total number of interns accepted

Persons

144

207

272

306

329

Health Management/Occupational Health and Safety
(Period covered: April to March)

Health Management Related
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Health checkup rate

%

100

100

100

100

100

Health reexamination rate

%

63.0

98.3

83.7

98.0

81.5

Percentage of smokers

%

21.0

17.2

16.0

12.1

13.1

Percentage of employees maintaining an appropriate weight

%

71.4

70.4

72.8

72.0

72.9

Amount invested in health management per officer or employee

Thousand
Yen

-

109

111

116

121

Average number of annual paid leave utilization days*

Days

10.6

9.3

10.2

11.8

12.5

Average annual paid leave utilization rate*

%

57.7

51.2

57.5

67.8

72.2

  • * 
    Other leave policies provide for vacations such as summer leave and anniversary of foundation (not included in the above figures).

Occupational Health and Safety Related Data
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Percentage of unionized employees

%

100

100

100

100

100

Average overtime hours worked per month

Hours

23

24

26

26

26

Number of lost time injuries*1

Incidents

0

0

1

1

2

Of which full-time

Incidents

0

0

1

1

2

Of which contracted

Incidents

0

0

0

0

0

Total days lost due to absenteeism

Days

122

7

386

646

322

Ratio of absenteeism

%

0.06

0

0.18

0.28

0.13

Number of deaths

Persons

0

0

0

0

0

Of which full-time

Persons

0

0

0

0

0

Of which contracted

Persons

0

0

0

0

0

Lost time incident frequency rate*2

-

0

0

0.59

0.58

1.09

Occupational accident severity rate*3

-

0

0

0.001

0

0

Number of occupational health and safety management system certifications (OHSAS 18001, etc.) obtained from external organizations

Incidents

0

0

0

0

0

  • *1 
    Number of lost time injuries: Accidents that occur during work that result in one or more days absence.
  • *2 
    Lost time incident frequency rate: Number of fatalities and injuries due to occupational accidents / Total number of actual working hours ×1,000,000
  • *3 
    Occupational accident severity rate: Total number of working days lost / Total number of actual working hours ×1,000

Improving Quality and Customer Satisfaction

Office Building Customer Satisfaction Survey Results
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Satisfied

%

79.35

81.56

79.2

79.4

71.4

Somewhat satisfied

%

18.21

17.60

18.9

17.5

26.8

Somewhat dissatisfied

%

2.17

0.56

1.4

2.3

1.4

Dissatisfied

%

0.27

0.28

0.5

0.8

0.4

Barrier-Free Properties
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Percentage of barrier-free properties
(properties subject to the Barrier-Free Act)

%

100

100

100

100

100

Revitalizing and Utilizing Real Estate Stock

Revitalizing Housing Complexes
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Total units before reconstruction

Units

971

994

994

994

1,812

Total units after reconstruction

Units

1,846

1,884

1,884

1,884

3,148

Details on Revitalization of Housing Complexes
(Properties Whose Reconstruction Has Been Completed or Started)

Location

Original construction

Reconstruction

Year of
completion

Site area

Total units

Year of
completion

Site area

Total units

Completed

Suwa 2-chome
Housing Condominium
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia Tama New Town)

Suwa 2-chome,
Tama-shi,
Tokyo

1971

64,399m2

640
units

October
2013

64,399m2

1,249
units

Heights Komagome Apartments
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia Komagome Rikugien)

Honkomagome
6-chome,
Bunkyo-ku,
Tokyo

1971

940m2

25
units

July
2014

940m2

49
units

Fujisaki Housing Condominium
Reconstruction Project
(Residence Momochi)

Momochi 2-chome,
Sawara-ku,
Fukuoka-shi,
Fukuoka

1971

9,946m2

130
units

March
2015

9,946m2

232
units

Koganei Corpus Apartments
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia Koganei Sakuracho)

Sakura-cho
2-chome,
Koganei-shi,
Tokyo

1964
and
1965

5,356m2

80
units

April
2016

5,219m2

114
units

Senri-Tsukumodai
A Condominium Complex
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia City Senri Tsukumodai)

Tsukumodai
3-chome,
Suita-shi,
Osaka Prefecture

1966

7,256m2

96
units

December
2019

7,256m2

202
units

Hiratsuka-cho Housing
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia Hatanodai)

Hatanodai
6-chome,
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo

1959

1,829m2

23
units

November
2020

1,829m2

38
units

Itopia Hamarikyu
Condominium Complex
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia Tower Hamarikyu)

Kaigan 1-chome,
Minato-ku,
Tokyo

1979

2,820m2

328
units

September
2023

2,820m2

420
units

Shakujii Koen
Apartment Complex
Reconstruction Project
(Brillia City
Shakujiikoen ATLAS)

Kami-shakujii,
3-chome,
Nerima-ku,
Tokyo

1967

42,365m2

490
units

June
2023

37,730m2

844
units

Started

Kojimachi Sanno
Mansion Reconstruction Project

Niban-cho,
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo

1970

1,221m2

57
units
(including
4 stores)

Summer 2026
(planned)

1,221m2

104
units

Kunitachi Fujimidai Danchi
Mansion Reconstruction Project

Fujimidai
1-chome,
Kunitachi-shi,
Tokyo

1965

27,371m2
(registered area)

298
units

FY2026
(planned)

27,479m2

589
units
(planned)

Corporate Governance

Board of Directors Related Data
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Category

Unit

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

Number of Board of Directors meetings

Meetings

15

14

15

14

14

Number of Directors

Persons

12

12

12

12

12

Of which Executive Directors

Persons

7

7

7

7

7

Of which Non-Executive Directors
(excluding Independent External Directors)

Persons

1

1

1

1

1

Of which Independent External Directors

Persons

4

4

4

4

4

Of which female Directors

Persons

0

1

1

1

1

Proportion of Independent External Directors

%

33

33

33

33

33

Proportion of female directors

%

0

8.3

8.3

8.3

8.3

Average Board of Directors meeting attendance

%

99

100

100

99

99

Average tenure of Directors*
(including Independent External Directors)

Years

3.8

4.8

4.6

4.4

5.4

  • * 
    Average length of tenure of directors is as of March 31 of each year.

Total Amount of Remuneration, Total Amount by Type of Remuneration, and Number of Eligible Officers
【Scope of Collection: Tokyo Tatemono】

Position

Number of Eligible Individuals

Total Amount by Type of Remuneration

Total Amount Paid
(Million Yen)

Fixed Remuneration
(Million Yen)

Performance-Linked Remuneration
(Million Yen)

Stock-Based Remuneration
(Million Yen)

2022 Total

16

377

171

37

586

Directors
(excluding External Directors)

8

271

171

37

480

Audit and Supervisory Board Members
(excluding External Audit and Supervisory Board Members*)

2

52

-

-

52

External Officers

6

54

-

-

54

2023 Total

19

435

240

42

717

Directors
(excluding External Directors)

10

322

240

42

604

Audit and Supervisory Board Members
(excluding External Audit and Supervisory Board Members*)