The Tokyu Group began as Meguro-Kamata Railway Company in 1922.
As of the end of March 2013, the group comprises 226 companies and 9 other incorporated bodies, headed by the Tokyu Corporation.
About Tokyu Group
The Tokyu Group began as Meguro-Kamata Railway Company in 1922. As of the end of March 2013, the group comprises 226 companies and 9 other incorporated bodies, headed by the Tokyu Corporation.
The cornerstone of the group’s business is “Urban Develop-ment” underpinned by transportation services. For many years its business portfolio has spanned the fields of real estate, lifestyle services, hotels and resorts, business support services and many other activities deeply embedded in the daily lives of its customers. The group has adopted the slogan “Toward a Beautiful Age” to articulate its mission of “Creating Beautiful Living Environments” attuned to a variety of individual values. Its member companies work together under the principle of “Corporate Independence”, advancing a synergistic process of “Collaborative Creation” and building a Tokyu brand that is both trusted and loved. A proactive approach is also taken to grassroots community service, through work, such as the operation of educational institutions and foundations, and the activities of Tokyu Associations nationwide.
Tokyu Fudosan Holdings
Tokyu Fudosan Holdings is the main company which shoulders the real estate development business of the Tokyu Group.
It is a pure holding company that has management functions of the TLC Group.
The initial steps taken by the Tokyu Land Corporation Group date back to the development of “Den-en Chofu” in 1923, a pioneering project by the Den-en Toshi Co. (established 1918) that aimed at the development of an ideal town. A spirit of enterprise ever seeking out new challenges and unsurpassed development capabilities have since become our backbone, creating a comprehensive real estate enterprise group leading the real estate industry of Japan. The group’s field of business expanded to include not only the construction of apartments, office buildings, commercial facilities, resort facilities and facilities for seniors, but also the related businesses such as the management, distribution (brokerage) and renovation thereof. The group now comprises 93 consolidated companies and a total of some 16,000 employees as of the end of March 2012.
Tokyu Resort Corporation
Tokyu Resort Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyu Land Corporation.
The company boasts the top performance in sales of resort properties. Our goal is to become and remain our customers’ trusted partners by listening sincerely to every one of them and by, as a resort expert, providing them with the best possible goods.