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Updated on November 7, 2016 

Rent per square meter of residential rental property

Rent per m2 of Rental Residential Property in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area (From 2003 to 2015)

 

Rent per square meter of rental residential property in the Tokyo metropolitan area

Rent per m2 of Rental Residential Property in Tokyo (From 2003 to 2016)

Rent per Square Meter of Rental Residential Property in Tokyo Ward Average (2003 to latest) Latest (As of Sep. 2016)
Minato 4,171  4,793 
Chiyoda  3,900  4,022 
Shibuya  3,867  3,962 
Chuo  3,569  3,626 
Meguro  3,431  3,393 
Shinjuku  3,421  3,373 
Shinagawa  3,262  3,278 
Bunkyo  3,159  3,098 
Setagaya  3,089  2,971 
Nakano  3,036  2,890 
Toshima  3,030  2,956 
Suginami  2,935  2,799 
Taito  2,938  2,954 
Ota  2,800  2,693 
Sumida  2,791  2,885 
Koto  2,756  2,811 
Kita  2,695  2,661 
Arakawa  2,554  2,613 
Nerima  2,463  2,408 
Itabashi  2,458  2,399 
Edogawa  2,255  2,158 
Katsushika  2,150  2,075 
Adachi  2,022  2,026 
Source: Prepared by International Interface based on data from “Transaction Trends in Rental Residential Property in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area” published by the Real Estate Information Network for East Japan.
 

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Rent per square meter and vacancy rate of rental office property

Rent per mof Rental Office Property in Tokyo's 5 Central Wards / 23 Wards (From 2000 to 2015)

 

Rent per square meter of office property

Notes:

(1) Very large buildings are those with standard floor area of at least 200 tsubo. (1 tsubo = approx. 3.3 m2)
(2) Tokyo’s 5 central wards are Chiyoda-ku, Chuo -ku, Minato -ku, Shinjuku-ku, and Shibuya -ku. 
Source: Prepared by International Interface based on data published by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism for February 2016.
 

Vacancy Rate by Size for Rental Office Property in Tokyo's 5 Central Wards / 23 Wards (From 2000 to 2015)

Vacancy Rate by Size for Rental Office Property in Tokyo

Notes:

(1) Very large buildings: standard floor area of at least 200 tsubo; Large buildings: standard floor area of 100 to 200 tsubo; Medium-sized buildings: standard floor area of 50 to 100 tsubo; Small buildings: standard floor area of 20 to 50 tsubo (1 tsubo = approx. 3.3 m2)
(2) Tokyo’s 5 central wards are Chiyoda-ku, Chuo-ku, Minato-ku, Shinjuku-ku, and Shibuya -ku.
 
Source: Prepared by International Interface based on data published by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism for February 2016.
 

Rental Office Property in Tokyo's 5 Central Wards / 23 Wards (Very large buildings) Average Asking Rent and Vacancy Rate

Rental Office Property in Tokyo's 5 Central Wards / 23 wards (Very large buildings) Average Asking Rent and Vacancy Rate

Source: Prepared by International Interface based on data published by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism for February 2016.
 

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Rent comparison with major global cities

Standard Office Rent in Major Cities (As of April 2016)

Standard Office Rent in Major Cities

Notes:

(1) Comparative index of unit rental price for each city based on premium office space located in city center. (Tokyo’s Marunouchi/Otemachi area in April 2016 = 100.0)

(2) Comparative index of unit rental price for each city based on high-end condos in each city. (Tokyo’s Moto Azabu area in April 2016 = 100.0)

 

Rate of Change from Preious Survey in Office Rent Index for majour cities

Rate of Change from Previous Survey in Office Rent Index for Major Cities

 

Rate of Change from Preious Survey in Condominium Rent Index for majour cities

Rate of Change from Previous Survey in Condominium Rent Index for Major Cities

Note: Comparison with previous survey, using indices based on appraisal of rent per 1 m2 assuming the subject property would be newly leased as of either April 1 or October 1 each year.

Source: Prepared by International Interface based on survey results of the Third “Global Property Value/Rent Indices” published by the Japan Real Estate Institute.

 

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