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Minato-ku area guide

Minato-ku is composed of the high-end residential area 3A, which consist of Aoyama, Akasaka and Azabu, in addition to the Shirokanedai, Takanawa and Mita areas.

Minato-ku is a city of dreams for many people to live in and is well known as an exclusive residential area.

In particular, the Aoyama, Akasaka and Azabu areas are renowned for their luxurious residential homes.
People seeking a “high level of living” can find it there and enjoy living close to some of the best features of Tokyo.

Minato-ku is also considered to be the center of good living in Tokyo. Many developers build high-end prestigious condominiums there.
Minato-ku's population of 199,000 people consist primarily of people in their 30's and 40's. It's residents consist of 48.6% homeowners and 51.4% renters.

In the Konan area of the Gulf district of Minato-ku, urban development is improving due to the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the population is expected to increase due to the construction of many high rise condominiums.

In addition, the Minato-ku is headquarters of many businesses. Toranomon, Shiba and Shinbashi are famous for their bustling business activities.

Many foreign companies are also located here as well as about 70 foreign embassies.
The expansive commercial complexes of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, Ark Hills, Akasaka Sacas, Caretta ShioTome and Aqua City Odaiba are also located in the Minato-ku.

For personal shopping, "National Azabu", "Nissin World Delicatessen", "Queen's Isetan", "Daimaru Peacock" and "Presse" are conveniently located here and provide a wide variety of choices.

While living in an urban setting, residents of Minato-ku can enjoy a rich natural environmental oasis which includes the Crown Prince's Palace, State Guest House, Shiba Park, Shirokanedai Nature Park, and Arisugawa Park.

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