Radiating a sense of tradition that is felt immediately after exiting the landing pad, this large two-story Minka-style house is the Toshima family's villa on the skyline. Flanked on either side by dense bamboo gardens and groves of colorful bushes, the entranceway to the house is engulfed with a soothing natural energy, where small stone pathways crisscross the grounds leading to hidden shrines and pagodas. Standing atop the second-story balcony that faces the entrance, the Toshima matriarch, Keiko, casts a watchful eye over the three generations of her family scattered across her vast grounds. Born into an aristocratic family, she was the sole founder of Toshima Enterprises, one of the most successful real estate development companies in NeoTokyo. She now spends her time proudly watching over the estate and the opportunities she has been able to provide to her family, which will live on for many generations to come. Elsewhere in an outdoor sparring arena, two of the youngest grandchildren are engaged in a kendo duel as their fathers sit on the sidelines coaching them. Located underneath a wise black sakura tree that has seen generations of the Toshima family duel, kendo is a tradition steeped in the family's heritage, evidenced by the samurai armor watching on in the corner.