Property for sale in Japan
Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with densely populated cities, imperial palaces, national parks in the mountains and thousands of temples and shrines. High-speed trains, the Shinkansen, connect the main islands: Kyushu, with the subtropical beaches of Okinawa and Honshu, where there are Tokyo and the Hiroshima and Hokkaido atomic bomb memorial are renowned for skiing. Tokyo, the capital, is famous for its skyscrapers, shopping and pop culture.
Japan is a country of 3000 km in length from north to south and consists of 6,852 islands (5 main islands + 6,847 other islands). About 70% of the territory consists of mountains and, thanks to this, it is possible to find many wonderful spas throughout the country. Japan stands out for its harmony between high-tech cities and nature (the territory is made up of 67% of woodland).
Are you interested in buying a property for sale in Japan? Do you prefer Tokyo or Osaka o Nagoya to looking for a property for sale in Japan?
In Japan, there are no particular regulations for the purchase of property for sale by foreigners, which is why the real estate market is very attractive for foreign investors. And in fact, also due to
the imminence of the Olympic games in 2020, the purchase of luxury properties for sale in Japan by foreign investors is increasing in Tokyo. Tokyo is the third most important business city in the world. Very beautiful are the business areas of Marunouchi and Otemachi that host many important companies, and many trendy and sophisticated places to enjoy shopping and gastronomy. In Japan there are many luxury real estate markets beyond Tokyo: Hirouyama teien jyutaku of Zushi (Kanagawa Province) which is called the "Beverly Hills of Japan", or Kugenuma (Fujisawa municipality). If we move to the west, there are cities like Ashiya (Province of Hyogo) or Takarazuka which is the cradle of "Hanshinkan Modernism" where there are many properties for sale, prestigious houses, palaces and parks. Obviously Kyoto, the city where nature and history coexist, Nara known for the world's oldest wooden buildings (7th century), and Osaka, the business city. If we go to the south of Japan we find the tropical islands of Okinawa with a wonderful sea and many white sandy beaches. Since in Japan, for various reasons, new buildings are preferred, it is not easy to find historic buildings like in Europe. However, the country is attractive and houses and buildings emerge. Beyond the buildings there are a thousand advantages such as interesting attractions, excellent public transport, convenience, excellent services and order