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Shibuya, a district in Tokyo known for its shopping and entertainment, is a major commercial hub. It is also home to a mansion that fosters a strikingly different environment. Located in the middle of the city, the US$15.322-million mansion holds several outdoor gardens and a sweeping rooftop terrace, facilitating an atmosphere of tranquility amidst the metropolitan rush.

“It is a newly built single-family home in the high-class residential area of Shoto,” Aju Tanaka of Sotheby’s International Realty Japan told Mansion Global, referring to a district within Shibuya. “This property took about five years from design to completion.”

The Tokyo Olympics put the eyes of the world on the city and launched a renewed interest in Japanese architecture. As a result, the value of luxury condominiums is rising.

“It is said that Japanese real estate has room for growth even after the Olympics, and major developers are also selling condominiums at a very bullish price,” Tanaka said.

The mansion spans 5,080 ft2 over three floors and has two elevators, six bedrooms, two living rooms, two dining rooms, two bathrooms and one shower room. The garage has room for up to five cars, and a private office connects to a rooftop outdoor golf cage. It also features a washitsu, an open Japanese room that is suitable for any use the owner sees fit. 

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