Social Responsibility

For the people. For the town. For the planet. One accountable step at a time, doing what we can.
Tokyo Midtown is both a people-friendly district, and a neighborhood good for the earth. Designed directly into the handsome exterior appearance, and the exquisite interior decoration, are keen considerations for the character of the Roppongi district, along with systems easy on the global environment.

Please refer to the brochure “On the Green -What we do for the Earth-”
for more information about environmental measures of the Tokyo Midtown.

On the Green -What we do for the Earth-(PDF:5.35KB)

<CONTENTS>
-Surrounded by greenery, we are thinking of the earth-
1.Considering Greenery
2.Considering Water
3.Considering Energy
4.Considering the Earth Everyday
5.Everyone Considering the Earth

ENVIRONMENT CONCIOUS

ENVIRONMENT CONCIOUS

To ease the “heat island phenomenon” that pushes up heat in urban zones, greenery is interspersed through the Tokyo Midtown grounds. Besides covering four hectares of vast open space, including Hinokicho Park, with luxuriant greenery, building roofs are also planted with a diverse range of foliage. The landscaping of such lush green garden space also heralds the emergence of an eco- and people-friendly realm, ideal for rest and relaxation.

REGIONAL ALLIANCES

REGIONAL ALLIANCES

Tokyo Midtown is an active participant in clean up activities around Roppongi, neighborhood festivals and other aspects of the surrounding community. Local residents were invited to tour the construction site while it was still under development, while Midtown also takes part in the “Roppongi Safety and Security Patrol” side by side with representatives of the local shopping districts and government. The mission is to deepen interaction and forge lasting bonds with the local residents, contributing to the community and supporting the birth of a new and even more energized Roppongi.

ENERGY

ENERGY

At Tokyo Midtown, rainwater and kitchen wastewater are recycled for use in flush toilets, while sensor-operated automatic controls further enhance the meticulous approach devoted to water conservation. Electrical power equipment throughout the town is incorporated with water and heat storage systems and sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries, effectively harnessing late-night electricity to help reduce power use at peak demand hours. Other advances include the introduction of a regional heating and cooling system, recovery of waste heat created during gas-fired power generation, cogeneration equipment mobilized for air-conditioning and water heating, sunlight-triggered automatic window blinds and other examples of how the spirit of ecology thrives throughout the complex.

Mitsui Fudosan Group's Social and Environmental Initiatives

Mitsui Fudosan Group's Social and Environmental Initiatives 2012

We introduce Mitsui Fudosan Group's social and environmental activities.
http://www.mitsuifudosan.co.jp/english/corporate/csr/2013/index.html

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