Mitsui Fudosan Group's Social and Environmental Initiatives 2013

Special Feature 1 Mitsui Fudosan Groupís Smart City Initiatives

The Kasumigaseki Building, Japanís first high-rise building

The Kasumigaseki Building, Japanís first high-rise building

Okawabata River City 21, a waterfront redevelopment

Okawabata River City 21, a waterfront redevelopment

Tokyo Midtown, urban coexistence with the environment

Tokyo Midtown, urban coexistence with the environment

Nihonbashi Smart City

Nihonbashi Smart City

Kashiwanoha Smart City

Kashiwanoha Smart City

Yokohama Smart City Yokohama Smart City Yokohama Smart City

Yokohama Smart City

With 2012 as the inaugural year of its smart city initiatives, the Mitsui Fudosan Group has positioned smart city initiatives as a key strategy for creating neighborhoods in its aim to strengthen the competitiveness of its domestic business, which is a core initiative of the long-term business plan, Innovation 2017, formulated in April 2012.
The Mitsui Fudosan Group has a long history of innovation in the creation of neighborhoods in tune with the social needs of the time, starting with the Kasumigaseki Building (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo), Japanís first high-rise building, Okawabata River City 21 (Chuo-ku, Tokyo), a community development that revitalized waterfront property, and Tokyo Midtown (Minato-ku, Tokyo), an urban redevelopment project based on private-sector initiatives and coexistence with nature. The smart city initiatives of the Mitsui Fudosan Group have inherited this DNA of innovation in creating neighborhoods.

Smart City Strategy
Promotion of Smart City Projects
Making Homes Smarter

Mitsui Fudosan Group Environment Communication Word Striving for Urban Development that Enriches Both People and the Earth

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Environmental measures on the Tokyo Midtown On the Green What we do for the earth (PDF : 5MB)