Senior Citizen Housing Facilities
Expanding senior citizen-related business for Japan's growing population of senior citizens
The percentage of Japan's population aged 65 and older is on the rise, so the need for senior citizen housing facilities is expected to grow at an increasingly rapid rate. In response, Hulic has been developing and investing in nursing homes, developing and maintaining healthcare clinics, operating a columbarium business, and providing business for active senior citizens.
* Hulic is now aggressively targeting three future growth domains, 3 Future growth businesses: Koreisha (Senior citizen-related business), Kanko (Tourism-related business), and Kankyo (Environment-related business).
Charm Premier Gran Minami-Azabu
3-6-5, Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Total 32 rooms. Properties introduced of high-tech sensor systems (ex.sleeping sensor and face recoginition camera etc.)
Hospitalment Yotsuya Daikyocho
18, Daikyocho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Located near Yotsuya 3-chome Station and Sinjuku Gyoen (the National Imperial Garden). 61 rooms in total. Equipped with solar power system and roofgreening. Highly earthquake-resistant.