Characteristics of JPR's Sponsors

Making the Best Use of Know-How and Comprehensive Capabilities of "Real Estate," "Construction" and "Finance"

JPR is sponsored by 5 companies in the 3 business areas of "real estate," "construction" and "finance."
Each of the sponsor companies boasts a long history and a business size that is among the largest in Japan, and provides professional know-how to JPR.
In particular, Tokyo Tatemono, the main sponsor, offers wide-ranging support including highly professional human resources, property information, real estate management and consultancy, which gives JPR great strength in terms of managing real estate stably over the long term and enhancing the asset value.

Sponsorship Structure

Real Estate

Main sponsor
Integrated real estate company with the longest history in Japan (established in 1896)

Support provided
Provision of human resources, provision of properties and property information, real estate leasing management, construction management, etc.
Real EstateYasuda Real Estate Co., Ltd.

Integrated real estate company established in 1950 and an offshoot of the former Yasuda Zaibatsu business conglomerate

Support provided
Provision of properties and property information, real estate leasing management, etc.
Construction

Integrated construction company established in 1873, and the sole general constructor among sponsors of J-REITs

Support provided
Provision of properties and property information, construction management, etc.
Finance

Largest insurance company in Japan, established in 1888

Support provided
Provision of human resources, financing, etc.
Finance

Life insurance company having the longest history in Japan (established in 1881)

Support provided
Provision of human resources, financing, etc.

About Tokyo Tatemono, the Main Sponsor

Tokyo Tatemono, the main sponsor, has accumulated ample track records of large-scale redevelopment projects utilizing special purpose companies (SPCs) and other schemes.
JPR has acquired such major properties as The Otemachi Tower (Land with Leasehold Interest), Olinas Tower and Shinjuku Center Building by utilizing the sponsor pipeline.

  • The Otemachi Tower
    The Otemachi Tower (Land with Leasehold Interest) (owned by JPR)
  • Shinjuku Center Building
    Shinjuku Center Building
    (owned by JPR)
  • オリナスタワー
    Olinas Tower
    (owned by JPR)
  • Tokyo Square Garden
    Tokyo Square Garden
    (owned by JPR)
  • Nakano Central Park
    Nakano Central Park
  • Tokyo Tatemono Nihonbashi Building
    Tokyo Tatemono Nihonbashi Building

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