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Tokyo city might be amongst one of the world’s best cities to live in, but there are numerous other cities across Tokyo Metropolis for students who are studying at some of Japan’s most prestigious universities or working professionals.

As one would expect, however, rent in this fast-paced metropolis can come with a hefty price tag. If you have always dreamed about living in Tokyo prefecture, we have the perfect apartment for you!

Live in Tokyo at the Lowest Costs

Imagine living in Japan’s most fast-paced city at the lowest cost - that dream can become a reality when you rent a cheap apartment in Tokyo on Village House!

Whether you are a student or moving here to grow your career, rest assured that Village House will give you the lowest upfront costs possible when you rent a room in Tokyo. There is no key money, security deposit, or renewal & handling fees so that you can live in Tokyo without burning a hole in your pocket.

For information about pet-friendly facilities and more, please get in touch with our team.

FAQ about Living in Tokyo Metropolis

1. What is the expat community like in Tokyo?

As one would expect, Tokyo’s expat community is thriving. Tourists aside, you can find working professionals, students, and families from all walks of life.

The high influx of expats could be attributed to the growing number of multinational corporations and educational institutions in the prefecture. Some key landmarks in this area include but are not limited to The University of Tokyo, Waseda University, Shinjuku Mitsui Building, Shinagawa Aquarium, Aki River, Mt Takao, and Shinjuku Sumitomo Building.

The bulk of expats live in areas like Minato-ku, Shinagawa-ku, Hachioji, and Koto-ku. You can find apartments for foreigners in these areas around Tokyo prefecture such as Village House Shibaura Tower, Village House Shinagawayashio Tower, Village House Kobiki, and Village House Shiomi Tower.

Don’t speak Japanese fluently? You might find that Tokyo has more English-speaking inhabitants than other smaller cities in Japan. Getting around here would not be an issue if you are not fluent in the Japanese language.

All train stations, big and small, in Tokyo like Tachikawa station and Fussa Station should have signs and directions in English as well.

2. How much does an apartment cost in Tokyo?

The average rent for a 1R apartment in Tokyo could start from ¥100,000. Furnished apartments in luxurious compounds across Tokyo city tend to be on the pricier side.

However, if you are looking for a pocket-friendly room for rent in Tokyo, Village House is the best website to look for your new home. Firstly, we offer the lowest upfront costs possible - no key money, security deposits, or administrative fees. Instead, you can choose from a huge variety of apartments all across Tokyo.

Whether you are renting a 3DK apartment or a 2LDK apartment, rest assured that we will give you the lowest possible fees so that you can enjoy living in your apartment in Tokyo without breaking the bank with monthly rent.

3. I am a student. How do I save on rent if I want to move to Tokyo?

Cheap rent in Tokyo might be difficult to find compared to other cities in Japan. Nevertheless, you could opt to live in a 1R flat instead of a 1DK or 1LDK apartment in Tokyo if you are staying alone. Look out for small apartments along the outskirts of the city as opposed to those in the busy business districts as rent tends to be more economical.

Another way to save on rent is to look for apartments in satellite cities like Akiruno, Akishima, Hachioji, and Nishitokyo. Village House properties in these cities include (but are not limited to): Village House Akita, Village House Gouchi, Village House Kobiki, and Village House Mukoudai Tower, respectively.

Village House offers cheap yet convenient apartments for rent in Tokyo for students, use our search engine to find accommodations near your university or educational institution. From Ota Ward to many more Tokyo prefectures, view prices, facilities, and amenities around your desired location by clicking “See This Property”.

Alternatively, you may reach out to us should you have any questions.

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