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Oakwood to open new property in Tokyo's Shinagawa

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Oakwood Worldwide will open Oakwood Residence Shinagawa, Tokyo, on April 1. Oakwood will operate a portfolio of 13 serviced apartments in the region with a total of 1040 rooms in the city.

“2018 is an exciting year for us with the properties we have in the pipeline in Japan.” said Dean Schreiber, managing director of Oakwood Worldwide in Asia Pacific. “We have worked hard to strengthen and cement our brand reputation in Japan the past few years, and this has resulted in a growing presence in one of the world’s preeminent financial centers.”

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Oakwood Residence Shinagawa is situated within walking distance to Shinagawa Station – one of the city’s principal transportation hubs and a major bullet train station connected to various regions of Japan. The property’s close proximity to the station’s Konan Exit - home to numerous multinational companies’ headquarters makes it an ideal residence for business travelers.

Oakwood Residence Shinagawa, Tokyo offers 202 serviced apartments comprising of studio to three-bedroom apartments. All apartments are fully furnished with a fully equipped kitchen, household appliances (including a washer and dryer), a home entertainment system, a king-size bed as well as a work desk. Available facilities and services include concierge and front desk services, regular housekeeping services, and high speed Wi-Fi.

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Oakwood operating in a horrible way. They buy an old building in Shinagawa and force out the current residents without giving adequate notice. They didn't even say they were going to operate a hotel, just tell workers there they can be not so nice to the current residents in order to "encourage" them to move out.

I hope people who are thinking of staying there know that the building is next to the train station and very busy train tracks. You can hear the trains from inside the apartments quite easily. Get a good night's sleep there? Hmmm...

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