Foreigner-Friendly Rental Listings in Nakano (Nakano-ku), Tokyo, Japan
Best known for a local old-fashioned mall, Nakano Broadway. As a residential town, the town is densely populated. Despite the town being in the central of Tokyo, Nakano gives a down-to-earth feeling. Quite exciting to see shops that are locally owned, priced exceptionally reasonable. Considering the fact that this was a town that was quite popular 45 years ago, it’s now considered as a “retrospective” with 13 level commercial complex still standing today.
Consider yourself lucky, if you are a foodie wandering around Nakano. You will pretty much find anything you desire. From Ramen joints, to curry, little cafes, or hole-in-a-wall Izakaya’s. The price ranges from 350 – 950 JPY average.
It’s not the cheapest to find an apartment around here, but quite affordable considering the location. Your best bet is to hop off the train and see how you feel. If this town gives you a spark, then you will no doubt will comfortably fit right in. A studio will range average from 78,000 JPY and around 250,000 JPY for a two bedroom.
The price of an apartment will vary depending on its features, the age of the building, and distance from the train station. Keeping this in mind, the average rent for an apartment in Nakano is approximately ¥3,261 per square meter (¥303/ft²).
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Want to complete your shopping at your nearest spot? Whether you are looking to shop for your daily necessities or some clothes, Nakano is able to offer shopping for any of those needs and wants.
There are several parks that Nakano is able to offer. “Kirin Lemon Sports Center” is a sports center that accommodates those who are looking to join local yoga classes or soccer clubs. If you are looking for a facility to rent out, these local sports center would be the place to make your reservation for the clubs you form with friends, or if you are seeking for some local community building, this place would be it. Those with a small ones, looking to burn their energy? Yes. Nakano has your covered. If you like to work out before going to work or after clocking out, you have many choices in these area as well.
Thinking of raising your family in a bilingual status to keep-up with your mother-tongue at home? Nakano has several options. Depending on their age groups, from kindergarten or nursery, there are preschools available.
There are many supermarkets of your choice. But one that stands out is the Halal Food grocery.
Not the best town to seek for English-speaking services. However, when you visit the local ward office in Nakano, you will be able to find out more on this. There are guesthouses in Nakano so you will definitely see more foreigners than you might expect.
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