Apartment Buying Guide

The following is a detailed guide to the things to look out for when buying an apartment in Japan.
In central Tokyo (eg. Akasaka, Azabu, Roppongi, and Shinjuku) where land prices are high and zoning is dense, you will find a larger supply of apartments. As you look outside of the center and more towards the suburbs you will find more houses and less apartments (eg. Setagaya-ku, Ota-ku ...

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