Building Relationships, Delivering Results

Cushman & Wakefield is a global real estate services firm that delivers exceptional value for real estate occupiers and owners. Our Japan team consists of more than 125 professionals covering major cities and submarkets nationwide. We owe our success to our client-centric culture where we put your needs first.

Our services in Japan

At Cushman & Wakefield Japan, we provide real estate services ranging from global occupier services to leasing and consulting. With market intelligence and insights drawn from Cushman & Wakefield’s 400 global offices in 70 countries, we have the resources and expertise to tailor each investment strategy to your real estate opportunities. Our goal is to ensure your success and build a valuable long-term relationship with you.

Your Aspiration, Our Motivation

We put our clients at the heart of it all and we acknowledge that every client is different. Our strong belief in truly listening to and looking out for our clients has allowed us to help them achieve their real estate goals.

At Cushman & Wakefield, we build relationships that deliver results.

Call us today or schedule an appointment with us to discuss what’s next for your Japan portfolio strategy.

Read these insights about Japan by Cushman & Wakefield:

Local CRE Trends

     Japan is ranked one of the top five cross-border investment target markets in APAC.

     Tokyo’s Ginza has been ranked one of the top 10 global most expensive retail locations for the last 30 years.

Asking Rent Increases

In the fourth quarter of 2018, asking rent in Japan’s real estate market has reached JPY 37,348/tsubo/month, which marked a strong 5.5% year-on-year growth. Read more on this in our Real Estate Market Report.

Meet the people

Related Insights

House View (image)
Research • Economy

Coronavirus Impact on Global Property Markets

For the English language version, please visit here here.
Kevin Thorpe • 20/05/2020
Key Economic Indicators Q2 2020
Insights • Investment

Key Economic Indicators report

The GDP growth rate has recorded a negative growth for the second consecutive term, and now is considered to be a technical recession. Due to the prevention of the spread of new coronavirus infections, movements of people and things have been significantly slow around the world, and the macro environment worsened y-o-y, though the numbers still show better results than widely expected. 
Erika Watanabe • 01/06/2020
apac outlook
Insights • Topical Report

2017 Asia Pacific Mid-year Outlook

Hideaki Suzuki • 06/07/2017


We’re on hand to help. Get in touch and we can help with any additional information you need.