Lifestyle-oriented Retail Facility to Become Gateway to the Minami-Funabashi Area
Facility to be named the “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY”
Scheduled to open in November 2023, with some stores to announced in advance
Store job recruiting site schedule to open in August

June 28, 2023
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.

Key points of the Project

  • Lifestyle-oriented retail facility fronting JR Minami-Funabashi Station to be named “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY.” Opening scheduled for November 2023.
  • Will feature approximately 36 stores, including a supermarket and other shops adding to improved convenience, with some stores to be announced in advance.
  • To aid stores in their hiring efforts, Mitsui Fudosan has launched the “LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Recruitment Center,” and in August will also open a job recruiting site.

Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., a leading global real estate company headquartered in Tokyo, announced today that it decided to name the lifestyle-oriented retail facility currently under construction in Funabashi, Chiba, “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY.” The facility is scheduled to open in November 2023.

This project was selected by Funabashi City through a public solicitation for business operators for a city-owned land utilization project fronting the JR Minami-Funabashi Station South Exit. By promoting development through a public-private partnership that takes advantage of the strong potential of the city-owned land fronting the station, Mitsui Fudosan will create an attractive neighborhood forming a hub suitable as the gateway to the waterfront area, while also creating a lively atmosphere and improving circulation.

With a large open plaza of approximately 5,000 m2 where local residents can gather and relax, and a total of 36 stores to meet their daily needs, the facility will create a highly attractive retail environment to serve as a community hub, contributing to the creation of a lively neighborhood. Mitsui Fudosan will also work to help achieve a sustainable society by reducing CO2 emissions, etc. through efficient energy operations and management.

Conceptual image of the exterior of Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY

1. Facility to be named “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY”

■ Location Features

The planned site is very conveniently located in front of Minami-Funabashi Station on the JR Keiyo and Musashino lines, with access to two stations and three train lines: JR Keiyo Line, JR Musashino Line, and Keisei Electric Railway (Funabashikeibajo Station).

It is also located near Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport TOKYO-BAY, which is managed and operated by the Mitsui Fudosan Group, and the LaLa arena TOKYO-BAY (tentative name), a large, multipurpose arena currently under construction (scheduled to open in the spring of 2024).

■Facility Name

Based on the concept of revitalizing the entire area by encouraging collaboration with and circulation among the neighboring Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport TOKYO-BAY and the currently under-construction LaLa arena TOKYO-BAY (tentative name), Mitsui Fudosan decided to name the facility the Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY, bringing under the umbrella of its “LaLa Terrace” lifestyle park series.

Mitsui Fudosan will work to further enhance the attractiveness of the area by collaborating with nearby facilities.

Conceptual image of the plaza space

< Reference> About the “LaLa Terrace” Lifestyle Park Retail Facilities

Based on the concepts of lively neighborhoods and a colorful everyday life, these facilities aim to offer suburban residents a sophisticated lifestyle as highly convenient retail facilities that bring together, among others, fashion, restaurants, and the medical and other service functions the community needs, around a core of supermarkets, general merchandise stores and so on.

Facilities currently include Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace MINAMISENJU (Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, opened in 2004) and Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa terrace MUSASHIKOSUGI (Kawasaki, Kanagawa, opened in 2014). Facilities under development include Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace HARUMI FLAG (Chuo-ku, Tokyo, scheduled to open in spring of 2024) and Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace Kita-Ayase (tentative name) (Adachi-ku, Tokyo, scheduled to open in summer of 2025).

2. A total of 36 stores catering to the diverse lifestyles of local residents

The facility will feature a total of 36 highly convenient stores, including a supermarket, restaurants, a clinic mall and wellness-related businesses, which can be enjoyed by customers of all ages, primarily local residents and users of Minami-Funabashi Station.

3. LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Employee Recruitment

In addition to launching the “LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Recruitment Center” to assist tenant stores in hiring employees (outsourced to AIDEM Inc.), Mitsui Fudosan will also hold a series of employee recruitment events, including special recruiting features utilizing a wide variety of media outlets.

Visit the website for the latest information.
Special recruiting site: (Scheduled to open August 4, 2023)
Special recruiting feature (Scheduled for around fall 2023)

“LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Recruitment Center”
Outsourcing partner: AIDEM Inc.
Company overview

Head Office Aidem-Honsha Building, 1-4-10 Shinjuku, Shinkuku-ku, Tokyo
President and Representative Director Ryo Kabayama
Establishment February 1971

List of LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Tenant Stores (32 stores as of this announcement)

List of LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY Tenant Stores (32 stores as of this announcement) (PDF:144KB)

Overview of “Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY”

Facility name Mitsui Shopping Park LaLa Terrace TOKYO-BAY
Location 2-2-1 Wakamatsu, Funabashi, Chiba
Site area Approx. 180,187 ft2 (approx. 16,740 m2)
Structure/scale Steel structure, two floors above ground
Total floor area Approx. 120,550 ft2 (approx. 11,200 m2)
Store area Approx. 88,260 ft2 (approx. 8,200 m2)
Number of stores 36
Number of parking spaces Approx. 10
Access In front of JR Keiyo Line Minami-Funabashi Station
Schedule Construction: November 2022
Completion: October 2023 (planned)
Opening: November 2023 (planned)
Architect Basic design: Tokyu Architects & Engineers INC.
Actual design: Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd.
Contractor Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd.
Environmental design Nonscale co.

Building locations


Regional map

Close-up view

Mitsui Fudosan Lifestyle Park-type Retail Facilities (as of June 2023)