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RISMEDIA, March 29, 2007-The doors of Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown, 107 fully-furnished and serviced luxury apartments located in the new Tokyo Midtown development, will open on March 30, 2007. Oakwood Worldwide's first luxury endeavor in Japan, the Oakwood Premier apartments-now available for rent-provide extended-stay accommodation for business travelers or consumers in need of convenient and deluxe transient living.

Offering a unique meld of classic Japanese elegance and modern technology, all Oakwood Premier Tokyo Midtown apartments are equipped with high-speed Internet, plasma TVs, Bose home theater systems, steam showers, private balconies with panoramic views, wood and marble furnishings, executive writing desks and modern steel appliances, and offer guests a choice of light or dark color schemes.

The generously appointed complex, offering both chic studios and spacious three-bedroom apartments, also offers residents the convenience of a state-of-the-art fitness center with an integrated jogging track, high-tech business center, 24-hour reception area and concierge, outdoor Japanese style gardens, lounge and bar area, and regular maid service.

Additionally, Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout the property.

Their convenient location within the Tokyo Midtown development provides residents with numerous, easily accessible resources, making the Oakwood Premier apartments an ideal place to live. Spanning ten hectares of land, Tokyo Midtown is made up of offices, residences, commercial facilities and other amenities, creating a people-friendly work/live environment that contributes to the "urban revitalization" of Tokyo. In addition to three office complexes, direct access to the city's vast transportation network and even the Suntory art museum, the Tokyo Midtown development includes numerous shops and restaurants such as Chloe, Harry Winston and Dean & Deluca Cafe.

Forty percent of Tokyo Midtown is comprised of greenery and park space, making it a relaxing and eco-friendly place to live and work. The East side of the development is home to Hinokicho Park, which offers sweeping views of Old Tokyo, while the nearby Midtown Garden is equipped with wireless LAN access points, allowing people to access business resources in a beauteous, outdoor environment.

The development also incorporates the Tokyo Midtown Medical Center, the first Japan-based collaboration with Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Medical Center staff includes professionals capable of supplying services in English, ensuring peace of mind for both Japanese natives and foreign visitors.

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