1R Apartment Taito-ku
¥120,000 negotiable

Unit Number
205
Building Name
Asakusa Mansion
Floor
6 / 2F
Available From
Dec 1, 2019
Type
Mansion
Size
25.10 m²
Location
Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Nearest Station
Asakusabashi Station (2 min. walk)
Toei Asakusa Line
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PIPI Hosting

03-6722-6506

Costs

Monthly
Rent
¥120,000
Maintenance Fee
¥0
Total Monthly Cost
¥120,000
Total to Move In

(Total Monthly Cost + additional one-time only fees)

Deposit
¥100,000
Key Money
¥0
Agency Fee
¥0
Guarantor Fee
¥0
Other
¥10,000

(Please inquire for details)

Total Monthly Cost*
¥120,000

* Calculated based on moving on the 1st of the month. Amount will differ based on the date you start your contract.

Please note that all listed fees are estimated amounts and may differ depending on your move in date, payment method, etc. Please inquire for exact costs.

Total Move-In Fees
¥230,000

Additional Details

Other Expenses
All utility fees are included except cleaning fee
Layout
1R
Year Built
1976
Transaction Type
Non-Exclusive
Building Style
Normal
Building Description
- Located in traditional Asakusabashi Area
- Only 2 min walk to Asakusabashi Station(JR,Tobu Line and Asakusa Line)
- 10 walk, or 1 min by train to Akihabara. You may transfer JR Yamanote Line here to Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Ikebukuro, Ueno, etc.
- Free portable Wifi, which you can use indoors or outdoors.
-Convenient location just within 2 minutes walking distance from Asakusabashi Station
-This is not a shared room thus you will have the entire apartment throughout your stay
-Portable Wifi,Hair Dryer,Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash,Towels,Basic cooking utensils and tableware,Electric Kettle,Refrigerator,Air Conditioner and many so on are provided and ready to use.
-Suitable for single, couple
To other stations by train:
- Asakusa 2min
- Oshiage 6min(Skytree)
- Akihabara 2min
- Ueno 10min
- Shinjuku 15min
- Shibuya 25min
- Ikebukuro 28min
Landmarks
Tokyo may evoke the image of row upon row of skyscrapers. But in spring, the metropolis offers a view of a variety of flowers, including cherry blossoms. Parks turn a pale pink, with over a thousand cherry trees, riverbanks are adorned with cherries in full bloom, and many of these spots illuminate the blossoms at night to showcase the beauty of spring in Japan. There are also a great variety of Spring festivals. The Edo Nagashibina, which floats paper hina dolls in the river to pray for the health of children, the Daruma-ichi doll fair, and other large festivals and fire-walking ceremonies held at shrines and temples are all must-see traditional events.
The greatest feature of summer in Japan is fireworks that light up the sky in reds, yellows, blues, and whites. Fireworks against the illuminated TOKYO SKYTREE and as seen from a yakatabune boat are special treats reserved only for Tokyoites. Many communities host summer festivals and bon-odori dances, attracting large crowds with food and game stalls. For lovers of marine sports, take a short trip to the Izu or Ogasawara islands, which retain the beauty of untamed nature. The view of the vast blue sky and ocean offer a taste of paradise.
The crisp breeze that sweeps through Japan makes autumn the perfect season for exploring the city on foot. Trees entertain passersby with vivid red leaves, and ginkgo-lined streets invite strollers to a golden arch. Mt. Takao and Mt. Mitake are recommended spots for hiking and taking in the sight of autumn foliage. Tokyo in autumn also offers sweets made with the season’s freshest chestnuts, apples, grapes, and other fruit and berries collected from across Japan—a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.
The weeks leading up to Christmas envelop Tokyo in romantic illuminations at night. Only in this metropolis can anyone enjoy the great scale and beauty of dazzling giant trees and creative light art. Between New Year’s Eve and the first few days of the New Year, shrines and temples across Japan attract large crowds. The various stalls that line the grounds during this time welcome visitors to pick up a bite to munch as they wait their turn to pray. For the Setsubun festival in February, a number of shrines and temples invite celebrities to lead their bean-tossing event, drawing masses of people to pray for health.
Date Updated
Oct 2, 2020
Next Update Schedule
Nov 1, 2020

Property Description

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Features

Air Conditioner
Wifi
Separate Toilet

Transportation

Asakusabashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line)
  • 2 min. walk
Asakusabashi Station (JR Chūō-Sōbu Line)
  • 2 min. walk

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