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Zen living as a distinctive Japanese way of life is an ideal that more and more people are embracing in their search for a life tucked in simplicity and with a deep sense of closeness to nature.

Japanese-inspired architecture and lifestyle has thus been adapted all over the world with individuals and families who desire genuine peace of mind in their own homes.

One perfect example is Yume at Tagaytay Highlands, the premier mountain resort destination in the country just a 90-minute drive from the metro.

Found within the sought-after region of the Midlands is a Japanese-themed master-planned community, Katsura. On its highest point lies Yume, a residential development which sprawls on more than three hectares of gently rolling terrain. Taking its name from the Japanese word “dream”, Yume is a fulfillment of every residents’ dreams of their own sanctuary – an unmatched serene escape tucked in nature.

Yume is Katsura’s best-kept secret. Choose from expansive lot cuts of 500 to 751 square meters, with premium fairway lots looking out over the fine fairways of the Midlands Golf Course. Future residents can envision their Japanese minimalist-inspired homes that open up to picture-perfect vistas of the Midlands Golf Course, Taal Lake, and Volcano.

Yume residents will savor clean, crisp air and year-round cool breeze while laidback family members may spend quiet moments at KOENs or Japanese pocket gardens that inspire quiet conversations, reading, and meditating.

An active lifestyle is also in store for Yume’s homeowners, with each property purchase bundled with membership rights at The Country Club, and access to facilities for swimming, tennis, bowling, and badminton, and outdoor activities like the Aerial Walk, Trail Buggy, and Sporting Arrow.

Lastly, take delight in Tagaytay Highlands’ specialty outlets and restaurants like the Highlander Steakhouse, Highlands China Place, and Gourmet Avenue for those who want to dine out in style.

Get to know why Yume is Tagaytay Highlands’ best-kept secret and experience the Japanese way of life exquisitely wrapped in the quiet comforts of nature.


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raindeocampo

Writer, Wanderer, Child of God

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