Harajuku Station Two Bedroom apartments for rent

Harajuku is an eclectic neighborhood where Tokyo street culture, fashion, the arts, and cafes all come together in a carefully-balanced act. On the North end of the station lies Takeshita Dori - the renown shopping arcade catering to the young, pop and sub-cultures. If you walk further to the north, there lies the Jingumae 2-chome neighborhood - straddling the Harajuku and the Kita-sando neighborhoods.

The Jingumae 2-chome is a quiet residential block - with small shops and restaurants lining the main streets. The apartments in this neighborhood range from one bedroom to family style two and three bedroom apartments. Prices for these apartments normally vary depending on the building age, size, and amenities.

Most apartments in this neighborhood are built as condominiums - meaning that the room amenities (think kitchens, bathrooms, interior finishes) will be of higher grade than those found in multi-family buildings built as rental apartments. The rental apartments in the area are often built by major property developers such as Mitsui Real Estate, Mitsubishi Real Estate, and Sumitomo Real Estate - to name a few. Management for the apartments are often handled by companies associated with the developer - often giving the residents a piece of mind.

To the south east of Harajuku Station lies the Omotesando district - and the gateway to to both Meiji Jingu (Meiji Temple) and Yoyogi Park. The Omotesando district - home of flagship stores of fashion brands from across the world - is uniquely residential as well. Step into the backstreets of behind the main throughway and you will find a collection of residences and apartments.

Harajuku Station is serviced by JR Yamate Line. The neighborhoods are in walking distance to other stations such as:

Tokyo Metro Jingu Mae Station (Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line)
Tokyo Metro Omotesando Station (Chiyoda Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line)

To find out more about Omotesando apartments, take a look at the Omotesando Collection here:

Omotesando Studio Apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-studio-apartments

Omotesando One bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-one-bedroom-apartments

Omotesando Two bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-two-bedroom-apartments

Omotesando Three bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-three-bedroom-apartments

If you don't find what you're looking for, please contact us for a custom search of the Tokyo real-estate databases. We'll find the perfect apartment to match your life and style.

Harajuku Station Two Bedroom apartments for rent

Harajuku is an eclectic neighborhood where Tokyo street culture, fashion, the arts, and cafes all come together in a carefully-balanced act. On the North end of the station lies Takeshita Dori - the renown shopping arcade catering to the young, pop and sub-cultures. If you walk further to the north, there lies the Jingumae 2-chome neighborhood - straddling the Harajuku and the Kita-sando neighborhoods.

The Jingumae 2-chome is a quiet residential block - with small shops and restaurants lining the main streets. The apartments in this neighborhood range from one bedroom to family style two and three bedroom apartments. Prices for these apartments normally vary depending on the building age, size, and amenities.

Most apartments in this neighborhood are built as condominiums - meaning that the room amenities (think kitchens, bathrooms, interior finishes) will be of higher grade than those found in multi-family buildings built as rental apartments. The rental apartments in the area are often built by major property developers such as Mitsui Real Estate, Mitsubishi Real Estate, and Sumitomo Real Estate - to name a few. Management for the apartments are often handled by companies associated with the developer - often giving the residents a piece of mind.

To the south east of Harajuku Station lies the Omotesando district - and the gateway to to both Meiji Jingu (Meiji Temple) and Yoyogi Park. The Omotesando district - home of flagship stores of fashion brands from across the world - is uniquely residential as well. Step into the backstreets of behind the main throughway and you will find a collection of residences and apartments.

Harajuku Station is serviced by JR Yamate Line. The neighborhoods are in walking distance to other stations such as:

Tokyo Metro Jingu Mae Station (Chiyoda Line, Fukutoshin Line)
Tokyo Metro Omotesando Station (Chiyoda Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line)

To find out more about Omotesando apartments, take a look at the Omotesando Collection here:

Omotesando Studio Apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-studio-apartments

Omotesando One bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-one-bedroom-apartments

Omotesando Two bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-two-bedroom-apartments

Omotesando Three bedroom apartments:
https://apts.jp/collections/omotesando-three-bedroom-apartments


If you don't find what you're looking for, please contact us for a custom search of the Tokyo real-estate databases. We'll find the perfect apartment to match your life and style.

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