Rent a House in Japan Part 1 : Share House | wifi rental japan

If you are planning to live for a long term in Japan, the first issue you face will be probably ‘where to live’. Buying a house, Tokyo in particular, is extremely expensive so that normally it is very difficult to afford. For example, if you want to buy a very small flat near Oshiage station, where Skytree is, you will have to pay more than 20 million yen(USD 181,820). If you go farther from the station the price goes down; however, it is still over JPY 10 million yen(USD 90,910). Want to live about 30 minutes away from Shinjuku station by subway with your family? A newly-built flat with 3 bedrooms, living room and kitchen costs 100 million yen(USD 909,155). The price can differ from age and condition of building; however, it usually costs more than 50 million yen(USD 454,650).
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