Living Guide in Tokyo / RISE Corp.

To make yourself comfortable to live in Tokyo and Yokohama.

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Mortgage and Revolving Mortgage | Real-estate transactions in Japan

Things to know about the mortgage and revolving mortgage loans, the difference in each loan type, and the registration/deregistration procedures.
Things to know about property viewing

Rules on real-estate transactions in Japan | Jiko Bukken

Guidelines on deals of properties - rental houses, apartments, summarised about Jikobukken that dealing tends to be in trouble.
Living in Tokyo

Things to know about bicycle-sharing services in Japan | A guide to living in Tokyo

All about bicycle-sharing services in Tokyo, how to use and tips for making the best use of them.
Living in Tokyo

Things to know about car-sharing services in Japan | A guide to living in Tokyo

Here you find all about car-sharing services in Tokyo, how to use and tips for making the best use.
Living in Tokyo

On-street parking in Tokyo – How to use and the regulations | Living in Tokyo

How to use paid street parking spaces in Tokyo, and what to know for legal parking there.
Living in Tokyo

How to use an hourly parking lot | Living in Tokyo information

Hourly parking lots available in the Tokyo area - types of facilities and the services to use.
Japan

Quake-proof capability of housing in Japan

All about earthquake-resistant measures required for houses and apartments in Japan, from quake-proof/quake-absorbing structures to earthquake preparedness.
Japan

What is the red triangle on the window? | Japanese architectural design standards

A red triangle on the window indicates a fire brigade entrance, essential for some buildings under the Japanese building standards law.
Japan

Japanese systems of measurement | Living in Tokyo

Japan uses the metric system and some other traditional units of measurement in everyday life.
Japan

Is a hanko no longer needed? – All about Hanko stamps and Inkan seals

Inkan and Hanko are equivalent to signatures in Japan. Here are all about those items that are still required amid the digital transformation.