Azabu Gardens Journal

Things that go bump in the night

Halloween may be the scariest time of year, but there is hardly a Tokyoite around who doesn’t join in and don a costume for the weekend—and Azabu Gardens kicked-off the festivities with an afternoon of Halloween fun.

Despite rain, it was another amazing day of wine, food, and family fun

Even pouring rain couldn’t stop about 70 guests eagerly flocking to the autumn afternoon barbecue and wine tasting presented by Azabu Gardens for residents and visitors.

Resident Nikki Morachnick shares her great appreciation for the friendly Azabu Gardens community

Resident Nikki Morachnick shares her great appreciation for the friendly Azabu Gardens community

One of the hardest parts of being in a new country is feeling homesick. Having a solid network makes all the difference, and Azabu Gardens offers a strong sense of community from day one. For Nikki Morachnick, even though she has lived in Japan before, this could not be more true.

Friends and families enjoy tasty BBQ and games on Rooftop Terrace

With the summer sun shining down on Tokyo, residents search for the perfect spot to spend a relaxing sunny afternoon and celebrate the season. Azabu Gardens recently made the most of a glorious day on the popular Rooftop Terrace by presenting a traditional Western-style BBQ with family entertainment and spectacular views of the bustling city. 

Azabu Gardens was featured on the Savvy Tokyo website

Azabu Gardens was featured in Savvy Tokyo, Japan's foremost media resource for international women living and working in Tokyo, under the title Azabu Gardens: An Urban Oasis In The Heart Of Tokyo. You can read the complete article here.

Mothers and Daughters Celebrate Hina Matsuri in the Club Lounge

Hina Matsuri, also known as Girls’ Day or Doll’s Day, is a special time for parents and their daughters. On February 25, in the comfort of the Club Lounge, Azabu Gardens held a Hina Matsuri celebration ahead of the official day on March 3.

Azabu Gardens residents and guests welcome the holiday seasons

When the season of pumpkins and ghouls descends on Tokyo, the city fills with the wonders of Halloween. Azabu Gardens joined the fun and hosted a Halloween extravaganza for residents and the community.

Wilmoth family explains the benefits of living in Tokyo’s most desirable locality

Situated in the coveted neighborhood of Moto-Azabu, close to Roppongi and Azabu-Juban, Azabu Gardens is in a prime location in Tokyo. Outgoing residents Roy and Michele Wilmoth consider this a particular boon. “The location really cannot be beaten,” said Michele.

Resident reflects on happy times at Azabu Gardens

According to outgoing tenant Maia Ben Shoshan, the address has great appeal. “For expats, I think this is a perfect location,” the Italian said. “It’s very quiet, very green, and also very close to the main street and shopping areas. I would say it’s extremely convenient.”

Alessandra Giacometti explains why Azabu Gardens is a special place

Azabu Gardens residents come from around the globe, and word of mouth has quickly sent our Moto-Azabu oasis to the top of the list of Tokyo’s prospective abodes. For Italy native Alessandra Giacometti and her family, the perfect home in the capital was found by a friend who was living nearby in Roppongi Hills.