A combination of Abenomics and quantitative easing has led to a revived economy and an increasingly bullish real estate market in the […]
As U.S. pension giant, TIAA, reportedly sets its sights on Japanese real estate, demand from foreign funds remains strong.
Traditionally focused on central Tokyo, overseas investors looking at Japanese real estate are increasingly looking towards regional cities.
Tokyo has been busy making preparations since the city won a bid in 2013 to host the games.
As the G7 meeting gets underway in Tokyo, discussions among the leaders of world’s seven richest nations undoubtedly will be wide ranging.