Deciding where to live in Tokyo is essential to finding the right apartment for you. Check out our area guides to learn more about each area.
Perhaps no place says ‘Welcome to Tokyo’ quite like Shibuya with its world-famous crossing, countless restaurants, shops for every conceivable desire, and an unrivaled night scene.Browse Shibuya Apartments
Home to every corner of life Tokyo has to offer, you’ll always find something new and unique in Shinjuku. It also features the famous Shinjuku station, Tokyo’s busiest transport hub.Browse Shinjuku Apartments
Famed as Tokyo’s most international area, Minato is beloved by both local and foreign residents. Home to countless eateries and sights, it perfectly caters to the tastes of Tokyo’s most demanding denizens.Browse Minato Apartments
With its family-friendly neighborhoods and affordable living, Setagaya is one of Tokyo’s most popular residential areas. Secluded from the hustle and bustle, you might forget you’re in Japan’s largest city!Browse Setagaya Apartments
With its central location, stylish shopping streets, and picturesque gardens and parks, it’s no surprise Meguro is touted as one of the most livable areas of Tokyo.Browse Meguro Apartments
Located north of Shinjuku, Toshima is a primarily residential ward with many laid-back neighborhoods and affordable housing. It is one of the most international wards in Tokyo.Browse Ikebukuro Apartments
This authentic Mexican restaurant near Hiroo crossing offers one of the best Mexican experiences in Tokyo.
If you want mouth-watering quesadillas or nachos, then look no further than La Jolla.
At this open sports bar, you can always catch something interesting on display - from replays of the English football league to high-speed Formula One races.
They offer beer, wine, and cocktails, as well as a range of burgers to enjoy while watching your favorite sports.
This traditional Israeli restaurant is an all-time favorite by many in Tokyo.
The friendly atmosphere and delicious hummus and falafel will have you going back time and time again.