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5 things to love about the soon-to-rise The Seasons Residences

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5 things to love about the soon-to-rise The Seasons Residences
Artist's perspective of The Seasons Residences 3-bedroom unit living room.
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Discover Federal Land, Inc.’s newest innovative residential development and its first-in-the-Philippines Mitsukoshi Mall

MANILA, Philippines — Known for its technological advances and ingenious innovations, Japan has become synonymous to high-quality living marked by comfort, convenience and functionality. Reasonably so, Filipinos have always considered Japanese culture with utmost esteem. Soon, however, traveling out of the country will no longer be necessary to experience the Japanese way of life because Filipinos can own a piece of Japan in the thriving metropolis of Bonifacio Global City. 

Real estate developer Federal Land, Inc., together with Nomura Estate Development Co., Ltd., and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, Ltd., presents a four-tower residential building inspired by the four seasons of Japan, with a four-storey mall on the lower floors to offer multiple homegrown and international Japanese brands. Aptly called The Seasons Residences, this development is fusing Filipino hospitality with Japanese design efficiency, thus welcoming discerning homeowners to an elevated standard of condominium living in the city.

1. Developed by the best in the world

Artist's perspective of The Guest House at The Seasons Residences.
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In aiming to set a new global standard in the real estate industry, Federal Land partnered with two prominent international developers. One of which is Nomura, an expert on design efficiency that offers harmonious, innovative, and technology-led homes and facilities. The other is Isetan Mitsukoshi, one of Japan’s largest department store groups. With over 24 retail fronts across Japan and 38 on international shores, it now enters the Philippine market with the launch of Mitsukoshi Mall in The Seasons Residences. The four-storey space is set to become a world-class destination for dining, leisure, shopping and entertainment.

2. Features a shopping and dining destination for all things Japanese

Artist's perspective of The Seasons Residences amenity deck.
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The Mitsukoshi Mall introduces Japanese-style living in the city. An entire floor will be dedicated to Japanese food as it houses a food hall with premium authentic restaurants and a supermarket carrying a wide array of high-quality goods including sweets and fresh items. Another floor will be all about beauty as it features endless options for Japanese cosmetics, fragrances, and beauty-related services. Aiming to delight shoppers from different age groups, it also has distinct areas for families with young children, such as the Kids and Nursery Room, where parents can care for their toddlers and babies in between rounds of shopping.

3. Features amenities inspired by the four seasons of Japan

Artist's perspective of the guest house bedroom at The Seasons Residences
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The Seasons Residences brings Japanese culture to the forefront. Channeling Japan’s deep respect for nature, the residential building’s amenity floor is designed after the four seasons: Haru (spring), Natsu (summer), Aki (autumn), and Fuyu (winter).

The first, Haru, highlights the importance of pursing an active lifestyle. This section houses the gym with top-of-the-line equipment, as well as a lush garden suitable for meditation. The second, Natsu, features exciting summer-inspired facilities and activities like the swimming pool, children’s playground, game room, karaoke stations, and function rooms for reunions and family get-togethers. Third is Aki, Japan’s creative autumn season which  The Seasons Residences channels though its business center and music studio — venues in which residents can unleash their ideas when inspiration hits. Lastly, Fuyu channels Japan’s dreamy winter season through its wellness center and onsen.

A distinct amenity found at The Seasons Residences is the Guest House. It features a Japanese-inspired tea room and a spacious bedroom, so guests can rest, relax, and experience the Japanese lifestyle for themselves.

4. Built with world-class technology anchored by design efficiency

Artist's perspective of Mitsukoshi food hall.
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The Seasons Residences benefits from Nomura’s expertise on design efficiency. This translates to exceptional cleanliness through the use of ingenious equipment in all units such as air washing tiles that minimize odors and Japanese range hoods with high smoke capture and oil-collecting efficiency. Another benefit is eco-friendliness through Japanese interior plumbing and lighting fixtures. Next is maximized storage through the seamless integration of shoe cabinets, space-saving kitchen sinks, kitchen floor storage, and separate showers and bathtubs in select units. Furthermore, the residential building provides utmost security through the use of a state-of-the-art keycard access system for elevators and main doors.

5. Disaster-proof

Artist's perspective of the reading lounge.
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Innovative Japanese technology is optimized to ensure safety in The Seasons Residences. Equipped with a sophisticated visco-elastic damper system, it enables all four towers of the residential building to withstand strong winds and vibrations that may be caused by earthquakes and typhoons. This damper system is used in some of the tallest buildings and structures in the world, including the world's longest suspension bridge, the Akashi Kaiky? Bridge in Japan. 

Own a piece of Japan in Bonifacio Global City. For more information about The Seasons Residences, visit www.theseasonsresidences.phemail [email protected] or call the hotline at (632) 359-6756 to book a private showing.

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