Founder and President of Heisei Corporation
To inspire the art and comfort of Japanese architecture in the U.S luxury housing market.
To entertain our customerｓ and employees with tailor-made Japanese architecture.
|Headoffice||1540-1 O'oka, Numazu-shi, Shizuoka, Japan|
|Contact||tel : +81-559-1000
|Established||February 8, 1989|
|Capital||90 million yen|
|Number of employees||575 (Male 466, Female 109) *Group total as of April, 2016|
|Description of business||Custom made houses, Rental Housing, Commercial Facilities, Remodeling|
|Number of employees||519||545||560|
The West Wing Corporation was established in 1997 in California, USA. Headquartered in the city of Newport Beach, West Wing Corporation is a comprehensive construction, real estate development, and North America development consulting company.
West Wing Corporation has a long years of experience in real estate development in North America, supporting various companies expanding out of Japan throughout the whole of America.
West Wing Corporation is supporting to offer our expertise in Japanese carpentry to the overseas market by providing residences with value withstanding the passage of time, a vision that is encapsulated in our motto, “Time-Transcending Work.
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"The House of Japan"
The building is marbled with pieces of antiques collected by the client. The antique lamps, furniture and woods are fabricated as a tapestry.
Various kinds of precious woods and bamboos are carved and woven into the architecture.
Japanese cedar is amply used to provide inhabitant with an illusion of living inside wood.
Ancient Japanese zelkova is blended with modern architecture, and hi-lighted by the painted white wall.
The luxury of lacquer is fabricated in the architecture for daily use, presenting a potential of a new market for residential houses.