Living Guide in Tokyo / RISE Corp.

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Tokyo Area Guide / SHIROKANEDAI, Minato-ku

Platinum Residential Area on the Hill Shirokanedai is located on the hill between Meguro and Shirokane-Takanawa, and well-known for its high-end residential environment. The market price of rental properties is relatively high because ...
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Tokyo Area Guide / SHIMOKITAZAWA, Setagaya

Live in the Neighborhood of Subcultures and Artists What’s the Area Like in Shimokitazawa? Shimokitazawa is often featured as a place for young people, vintage clothes, subcultures, small independent theaters, and authentic curry restau...
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Kanagawa Area Guide / TAMA-PLAZA & AZAMINO, Yokohama

Kanagawa Area Guide/ Tama-Plaza & Azamino, Yokohama
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Tokyo Area Guide / DENENCHOFU, Setagaya and Ota

The Pioneer of All Residential Areas in Japan Denenchofu is a famous high-class residential area in Japan. Around Denenchofu Station, where the Tokyu Toyoko Line and the Tokyu Meguro Line run, the radial residential area forms a unique...
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Tokyo Area Guide / SHIROKANE-TAKANAWA, Minato

The most Elegant Residential Area in Tokyo This page is a guide around Shirokane-Takanawa Station. Actually, there is no place name called Shirokane-Takanawa, and it seems that it was coined because Shirokane-Takanawa Station is just h...
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Tokyo Area Guide / TAMACHI, Minato

Find Affordable Bay Area in Minato-ku Tamachi is lined with offices of famous companies such as NEC and Namco Bandai, and has many office workers. As the kanji for Tamachi indicates, this place was named because it was a town that stoo...
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Kanagawa Area Guide / CENTER KITA & CENTER MINAMI, Yokohama

Kanagawa Area Guide/ Center Kita and Center Minami, Yokohama
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Tokyo Area Guide / GAKUGEIDAIGAKU & TORITSUDAIGAKU

Comfortable, Local-oriented neighborhoods on the Toyoko Line Both names  Gakugeidaigaku and Toritsudaigaku, originated from “universities (daigaku)” which were located in the area until the 1960s and 1990s. What do you like about th...