|Location:||Providence #204, 12-3 Daikyocho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0015 Japan
Tel: +81-(0)3-5315-4931 / Fax: +81-(0)3-5315-4932
|Date of establishment:||5 November, 2001|
|Paid-in capital:||10,000,000 yen|
|Representative director:||Shigeru Aoki|
|Business licenses:||Tokyo Metropolis Real Estate Business License
All-Japan Real Estate Federation
|License Number:||Tokyo Prefecture Governor (3) 80376|
|Main bank:||Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bank Shin-Marunouchi Branch|
|Business areas:||Everything pertaining to rental housing for representatives of foreign-owned businesses
In classical Greek, the word "arkios" conveys such concepts as reliability and certainness, and symbolizes our desire to fully assist you in all areas of your housing needs through trustworthy, first-class consulting and services.
The word can be found in 2 Corinthians 12:9 where it says: "And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient "arkios" for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me."
Shigeru Aoki (Representative director)
Real Estate Agent Registration Number (Saitama) 042265
Born in Akita Prefecture in 1961. After graduating from The Georgia Christian School (Georgia, USA) in 1980, he spent an additonal half year living in Seattle, Washington.
Thereafter he returned to Japan and after three years' training was hired by Plaza Homes, Ltd. in 1985, where he worked for 11 years. Then he worked with the British real estate consulting firm CB Richard Ellis (currently Ikoma CB Richard Ellis K.K.) where he was employed until leaving at the end of December, 2001 to serve as representative director of Arkios K.K.
Ever since the commencement of work with Plaza Homes, his specialty has been rental housing for representatives of foreign-owned businesses around Tokyo, including real estate operation and management, mediation and planning/consulting.
Also, Shigeru was baptized as a Christian in 1979. Today, residing with his wife and six children in Musashino-city, Tokyo, his aim is to establish both family and business on biblical, God-honoring principles.