Foreigner-Friendly Rental Listings in Toyosu (Koto-ku), Tokyo, Japan
Toyosu is a man-made island in Tokyo close to Odaiba. It was created in the 1930s, and later enlarged.
Toyosu, the town where the new fish market relocated is here. Slowly shifting from Tsukiji Fish Market, about 900 businesses moved. Of course, after the wholesale bidding, the market is open for the public from 5:00 until 17:00. Make sure you check, as the opening hours can vary. The north of Toyosu Station is a massive shopping complex, Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu.
Being so close to the water, consider this town as a place for BBQ-friendly town. Easy-peasy, you can rent a BBQ space with all the amenities and food being provided as well.
Spend your perfect weekend with family and friends here in Toyosu.
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 Koto is approximately ¥3,335 per square meter (¥310/ft²).
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Multiple gyms and fitness clubs are located within Shinonome Station. It is also hard to find a park wide enough for activities like BBQ, a dog park, and even getting your daily jog in. Check out “Toyosu Futo Gururi Park”.
There are unfortunately only international schools for preschools and kindergarten.
Find yourself with multiple choices of supermarkets around this neighborhood. From Seijo ishii (high-end) supermarket to local vegetable/fruit stands. This town is perfect for those who loves to cook at home.
Not the most international-friendly town, but it’s a fairly new town, with many residential buildings. The community is tight and it’s quite family-friendly.
We’ll show you what to expect from different neighborhoods and what its like to live there.
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