About Us
Corporate Profile
Company Name Nihonbashi Real Estate Appraisal Synthetic Office., Ltd
( abbr. Nihonbashi Real Estate Appraisal Office )
Company Address Sinmuromachi Building 3F, 1-9-9 Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Establishment October 2006
Capital 10 million yen
the CEO and founder Kazuhiro Mihara, Licensed Real Estate Appraiser
Description of Business real estate appraisal reporting services
real estate consulting
real estate brokerage
Specialists licensed real estate appraiser
real estate notary
financial planner
Business registrations ●Real estate appraisal business registered by the governor of Tokyo, Registration Number: (3)2064
●Real estate agent business registered by the governor of Tokyo, Registration Number: (3)87622
●Real estate investment advisory business registered by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Registration Number: (general)1010
(industrial associations)
Japanese Association of Real Estate Appraisal ▶
Tokyo Association of Real Estate Appraisal ▶
All Japan Real Estate Association ▶
Office Location
Please see below for details. ●Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Hanzomon Line ‘Mitsukoshimae’Station
2-minute walk from A1 Exit
●Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Tozai Line / Toei Asakusa Line ‘Nihonbashi’Station
5-minute walk from B12 Exit

The history of Nihonbashi area

Looking at the financial/commercial history in Japan, the name of Nihonbashi are, where Bank of Japan, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Mitsukoshi Dept Store are located, has great meaning. From Edo period (400 years ago) Nihonbashi has been the starting point of five major national roads such as Route 1 (to Osaka), Route 4 (to Aomori) , Route 6 (to Sendai) and so on. Since then this place has become the main starting point for Japan's transportation system and its commercial heart harbors some of the city's biggest stores, offices and banks. Respecting ancestors who made a great contribution to today’s prosperity, we provide high quality real estate appraisal related services from this particular location.

“Nihonbashi in Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido”
Scene from 400 years ago