Shopping Malls

atré Ebisu

atré Ebisu

The Main Building offers high-quality lifestyles for stylish women in Ebisu who want to improve their looks and style. The West Building makes the life of Ebisu residents richer under the theme of “La Patio – a place that connects the people with the town”.



[atré Ebisu]

Opening: October 1, 1997
SC Floors: 7 floors above ground
SC floor area: 23,580 m² Tenant area: 12,533 m²

[atré Ebisu West Building]

Opening: April 15, 2016
Floors: 1 floor underground, 8 floors above ground
Floor area: 9,514 m² Tenant area: 4,948 m²

Official website

atré Meguro

atré Meguro 1

atré Meguro offers fresh food and a wide variety of fashion and household items for nearby residents and office workers, under the theme of “providing high-quality lifestyles”. It is filled with daily items indispensable in urban life.



[atré Meguro 1A]

Opening: November 25, 1967 Reopening as atré: December 2, 2005
Floors: 1 floor underground, 5 floors above ground
Floor area: 10,777 m² Tenant area: 4,926 m²

[atré Meguro 1B]

Opening: November 25, 1967 Reopening as atré: March 15, 2017
Floors: 1 floor underground, 3 floors above ground
Floor area: 4,867 m² Tenant area: 2,823 m²

[atré Meguro 2]

Opening: April 2, 2002
SC floors: 2 floors above ground
SC floor area: 2,116 m² Tenant area: 1,947 m²

Official website

atré vie Gotanda

atré vie Gotanda

atré vie Gotanda consists of high-quality shops, mainly restaurants, which fit the town of Gotanda, which has a station through which a large number of passengers pass, large office buildings, and diverse restaurants. It aims to be a daily and stylish landmark for urban residents.

Opening: March 14, 2008
Floors: 5 floors above ground
Floor area: 1,138 m² (approx.) Tenant area: 791 m²

Official website

atré vie Otsuka

atré vie Otsuka

atré vie Otsuka offers visitors a pleasant and fulfilling experience under the theme of “Cozy time, cozy place – a perfect place” in the slow-paced, nostalgic town of Otsuka, through which where the Toden streetcar passes. It consists of supermarkets, drug stores, alluring household goods stores, and cozy cafés.

Opening: September 12, 2013SC floors: 1 floor underground, 4 floors above ground
SC floor area: 5,927 m² Tenant area: 3,781 m²

Official website

atré vie Sugamo

atré vie Sugamo

atré vie Sugamo offers high-quality lifestyles under the theme of “Cheerful days! – Looking forward to tomorrow”. It aims to be a new landmark that adapts to the changing needs of the Sugamo area.

Opening: March 25, 2010
Floors: 5 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,898 m² Tenant area: 1,605 m²

Official website

atré vie Tabata

atré vie Tabata

atré vie Tabata opened after the first large-scale renovation of Tabata Station in 70 years. It has a line-up of carefully selected shops, with the aim to be the new landmark of the Tabata area. It also has places where visitors can relax, such as the Library Lounge.

Opening: July 30, 2008
Floors: 3 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,610 m² Tenant area: 1,581 m²

Official website

atré Shinagawa

atré Shinagawa

The Shinagawa area is expected to develop further as Tokyo’s Special Zone for Asian Headquarters.
atré Shinagawa shifted from a restaurant-centered mall to a mall with various types of shops under the theme of “NEW YORK FRIENDLY FOR GOOD BIZZ!” Despite its compact size, it provides a shared space – the only one of its kind in the Konan area – which can be used for various purposes by all types of customers.

Opening: March 3, 2004
SC floors: 4 floors above ground
SC floor area: 9,772 m² Tenant area: 5,046 m²

Official website

atré Oimachi

atré Oimachi

Oimachi Station is used by over 400,000 passengers of the JR, Tokyu, and Rinkai Lines every day. Recently, the area around the station has drawn a lot of attention for its growing young population and fast-developing apartment buildings and hotels. Located in the center of such an area, atré Oimachi consists of shops which provide fashion, household goods, and food, as well as restaurants, which are indispensable for the urban life of nearby residents and station users.

[atré Oimachi]

Opening: March 11, 1993Floors: 7 floors above ground
Floor area: 24,353 m² Tenant area: 9,439 m²

[atré Oimachi 2]

Opening: March 3, 2011Floors: 3 floors above ground
Floor area: 1,477 m² Tenant area: 950 m²

Official website

atré Omori

atré Omori

Located halfway between central Tokyo and Yokohama, Omori is a town with a rich history and culture, where many writers and artists have lived from the Meiji to Showa Era. atré Omori offers high-quality fashion, food, and lifestyle items for people who enjoy living in this town, and it adapts to their needs as the landmark of Omori. atré Omori offers high-quality fashion, food, and lifestyle items for people who enjoy living in this town, and it adapts to their needs as the landmark of Omori. Tokyu REI Hotel is also located next to it, with easy access to Haneda Airport, Tokyo, and Yokohama.

Opening: September 14, 1984 Reopening as atré: November 15, 2005

[atré Omori]

Floors: 1 floor underground, 9 floors above ground
Floor area: 41,504 m² Tenant area: 20,337 m²

[atré Omori 2]

Floors: 6 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,986 m² Tenant area: 1,723 m²

Official website

atré Kawasaki

atré Kawasaki Store

atré Kawasaki offers sophisticated fashion items and a wide variety of food for everyday life. It offers refined, high-quality lifestyles unique to Kawasaki in its multi-faceted, relaxing space.

Opening: December 1958 Reopening as atré: March 29, 2012
Opening inside the station: February 17, 2018
Floors: 1 floor underground, 8 floors above ground, inside the station
Floor area: 61,023 m² Tenant area: 24,807 m²

Official website

atré Ofuna

atré Ofuna

atré Ofuna spreads from north to south inside Ofuna Station, a station that is always full of passengers. It makes the station a more convenient space for guests, with useful shops in the North Area, food shops and restaurants in the South Area, and household goods and fashion shops in the North–South connecting passage.

Opening: February 2, 2006 Reopening as atré: December 5, 2016
Floors: Inside the station
Floor area: 2,217 m² Tenant area: 1,598 m²

Official website

atré Yotsuya

atré Yotsuya

atré Yotsuya is an eco-friendly facility along with JR Yotsuya Station, the first eco-station model. The tables, benches, floors, and information boards are made using waste materials, and the roof is equipped with solar panels. The relaxing space with sunlight, seasonal plants, and the sounds of nature in the background can be enjoyed for daily use or special occasions.

Opening: September 28, 1990
Floors: 2 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,896 m² Tenant area: 1,540 m²

Official website

atré vie Shinanomachi

atré vie Shinanomachi

atré vie Shinanomachi consists of a wide variety of shops, including restaurants, cafés, confectionery shops, drug stores, as well as a dentist and a clinic.

Opening: February 26, 1993
SC floors: 2 floors above ground
SC floor area: 4,567 m² Tenant area: 3,646 m²

Official website

atré vie Higashi-Nakano

atré vie Higashi-Nakano

atré vie Higashi-Nakano offers daily necessities and comfort to customers under the theme of “Delightful Cube - Your everyday place where you hear a connection”.

Opening: August 31, 2012Floors: 5 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,860 m² Tenant area: 1,237 m²

Official website

atré Kichijoji

atré Kichijoji

atré Kichijoji first opened as Kichijoji Lonlon in 1969, and it has a long history in Kichijoji, a prestigious and attractive town to live in. Reopened as atré in April 2010, it offers fashion, household goods, food, and confectioneries in a bright, lively space that strives to maintain a mutual relationship with the community.

Opening: December 3, 1969 Reopening as atré: April 1, 2010
Floors: 1 floor underground, 2 floors above ground
Floor area: 34,321 m² Tenant area: 12,945 m²

Official website

atré vie Mitaka

atré vie Mitaka

Located in the station building, atré vie Mitaka consists of convenient shops, a relaxing space, and a local cultural space, which are characteristic of shopping areas inside train stations. It aims to be a commercial facility that makes customers and local people want to go to Mitaka, happy to be in Mitaka, and want to live in Mitaka.

Opening: October 29, 1999
Reopening as atré vie: April 1, 2010
Integration of Dila Mitaka: October 10, 2014
Floors: 5 floors above ground (station gate: 3F)
Floor area: 5,546 m² Tenant area: 3,340 m²

Official website

atré Ueno

atré Ueno

Under the themes of “fusion of a station and a town” and “coexistence with the community”, atré Ueno is a bright, lively shopping mall that connects Ueno Station and the town of Ueno, which is known for its commercial, cultural, and tourist spots. The opening of atré Ueno improved the station’s image and the potential of nearby commercial facilities.

Opening: February 22, 2002
SC floors: 2 floors above ground, 1 floor underground (partially)
SC floor area: 8,747 m² Tenant area: 6,522 m²

Official website

atré Urawa

atré Urawa

atré Urawa offers high-quality lifestyles for Urawa residents, station users, and people who love beautiful Urawa, under the theme of “coloring daily life and nurturing harmony”.




[South Area, North Area]

Opening: November 25, 2015
Floors: 2 floors above ground
Floor area: 6,963 m² Tenant area: 3,559 m²

[West Area]

Opening: March 16, 2018
Floors: 4 floors above ground (JR Urawa Station West Building: 7 floors above ground)
   5F – 7F: Jexer Fitness & Spa Urawa
Floor area: 4,266 m² Tenant area: 1,936 m²

Official website

atré Matsudo

atré Matsudo

atré Matsudo provides a refined environment that will have customers wanting to stop by every day, with its urban stylish shops, delicious food, confectionery shops, and restaurants.

Opening: April 2, 1977 Reopening as atré: March 16, 2012
Floors: 8 floors above ground
Floor area: 16,821 m² Tenant area: 6,940 m²

Official website

atré Akihabara

atré Akihabara 1

atré Akihabara 1 is located near the Akihabara Electric Town Exit, away from the busy station and streets. It offers fashion, food, and lifestyle items unique to Akihabara. atré Akihabara 2 is located near the Showa Street Exit and consists of reasonably priced, relaxing restaurants. The two atré buildings support abundant living in Akihabara, a world-renowned tourist spot and business center.

[atré Akihabara 1]

Opening: November 19, 2010Floors: 6 floors above ground
Floor area: 9,234 m² Tenant area: 3,537 m²

[atré Akihabara 2]

Opening: June 2, 2005Floors: 6 floors above ground
Floor area: 2,149 m² Tenant area: 1,451 m²

Official website

atré Kameido

atré Kameido

atré Kameido offers high-quality lifestyles with an urban style and a casual downtown atmosphere, under the theme of “a new downtown style”.

Opening: October 12, 1978 Reopening as atré: March 24, 2006
Floors: 1 floor underground, 7 floors above ground
Floor area: 33,140 m² Tenant area: 11,067 m² *Including parking areas

Official website

atré Shin-Urayasu

atré Shin-Urayasu

atré Shin-Urayasu offers unique confectioneries, deli food, luxury groceries, and natural food, as well as books and fashion items. It offers a relaxing experience and high-quality lifestyles under contemporary and traditional themes.

Opening: February 26, 1993
Floors: 2 floors above ground
Floor area: 14,821 m² Tenant area: 6,960 m²

Official website

Toride Store (Boxhill Toride)

Toride Store (Boxhill Toride)

The Toride Store consists of a market-style fresh food section, confectionery shops, fashion shops, household goods shops, a hair salon, and restaurants. Its shops and services satisfy the everyday needs of local people.

Opening: September 21, 1988
Floors: 5 floors above ground
Floor area: 17,683 m² Tenant area: 8,746 m²

Official website

Tsuchiura Store (PLAYatré Tsuchiura)

Tsuchiura Store (PLAYatré Tsuchiura)

PLAYatré Tsuchiura is Japan’s largest cycling resort, located at the starting point of a 180-km cycling course, Tsukuba Kasumigaura Ring-Ring Road. It is a new atré brand based on an experiential consumption-oriented station building model, which focuses on providing customers with experiences.

Opening (former name: Tsuchiura Wing): April 2, 1983
Reopening as Perch Tsuchiura: July 24, 2009
Name change to PLAYatré Tsuchiura: November 16, 2018
Floors: 1 underground floor, 6 floors above ground
Floor area: 16,381 m² (approx.) Tenant area: 1,951 m²

Official website

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Asset Management

Utsunomiya PASEO (management entrusted to Utsunomiya Station Development Co., Ltd.)

Utsunomiya PASEO

Opening: November 1, 1974
Floors: 9 floors above ground (1F – 2F: SC, 3F – 9F: hotel)
Floor area: 27,005 m² (including 10,050 m² for the hotel) Tenant area: 7,325 m²

Official website

VAL Koga (management entrusted to Utsunomiya Station Development Co., Ltd.)

VAL Oyama

Opening: July 16, 1978
Floors: 3 floors above ground (2F currently closed)
Floor area: 11,658 m² Tenant area: 5,212 m²

Official website

VAL Koga (management entrusted to Utsunomiya Station Development Co., Ltd.)

VAL Koga

Opening: March 28, 1987
Floors: 2 floors above ground
Floor area: 9,005 m² Tenant area: 4,038 m²

Official website

Takasaki Montres (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

Takasaki Montres

Opening: April 14, 1982
SC floors: 1 floor underground, 10 floors above ground (6F, 8F – 10F: hotel guest rooms, etc.)
Floor area: 33,036 m² (including 9,133 m² for the hotel) Tenant area: 19,982 m²

Official website

E’site Takasaki (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

E’site Takasaki

Opening: December 12, 2010
Floors: Inside the station
Floor area: 6,073 m² Tenant area: 4,700 m²

Official website

AZ Kumagaya (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

AZ Kumagaya

Opening: April 24, 1987
Floors: 6 floors above ground (partial 7th floor)
Floor area: 19,179 m² Tenant area: 14,400 m²

Official website

E’site Maebashi (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

E’site Maebashi

Opening: December 25, 2007
Floors: Inside the station
Floor area: 624 m² Tenant area: 543 m²

Official website

E’site Kagohara (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

E’site Maebashi

Opening: March 20, 2011
Floors: 3 floors above ground
Floor area: 1,848 m² Tenant area: 1,100 m²

Official website

E’site Ageo (management entrusted to Takasaki Terminal Building Co., Ltd.)

E’site Ageo

Opening: March 14, 2010
Floors: Inside the station
Floor area: 997 m² Tenant area: 696 m²

Official website

Mito Store (Excel) (management entrusted to Mito Station Development Co., Ltd.)

Excel

Opening: March 24, 1985
Floors: 7 floors above ground
Floor area: 31,650 m² Tenant area: 14,854 m²

Official website

Mito Store (Excel Minami) (management entrusted to Mito Station Development Co., Ltd.)

Excel Minami

Opening: May 25, 2011
Floors: 6 floors above ground
Floor area: 25,979 m² Tenant area: 10,128 m²

Official website

Iwaki Store (management entrusted to Mito Station Development Co., Ltd.)

Iwaki Station Building

Opening: June 19, 2009
Floors: 4 floors above ground
Floor area: 1,705 m² Tenant area: 942 m²

Official website

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Retail Business

Champ de Herbe = “field of herbs” in French

Champ de Herbe

Champ de Herbe is a lifestyle shop which offers daily items for women’s beauty, health, and relaxation in a convenient location, under the theme of “Beauty boutique”.

Champ de Herbe official website

Tabata Store (atré vie Tabata)

Coutulife = couturier of life
Coined from “couture” and “life”

Coutulife

Coutulife offers new styles for stylish, graceful women who love fashion and live according to their values.

Coutulife official website

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atré-style Co., Ltd. (main shops)

Defricheur

Defricheur

Akihabara Store (atré Akihabara)

Defricheur is a select shop for working men, offering cultural and lifestyle items under the theme of "AROUND UR BUSINESS + E♯" (things that surround your business + various elements lacking in today’s business life, starting with the letter “E”).

Defricheur official website

Kotoichi

Kotoichi

Kichijoji
(atré Kichijoji)

Under the theme of “your journey to experience all the tastes of Japan”, Kotoichi offers specialties and popular confectioneries from across Japan. Customers can browse them, try them out, and talk with the shop staff, and it allows visitors to remember their journeys through what they ate.

Kotoichi official website

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