If there was one thing that you wish you had known about living in Japan before you arrived and started to settle in, what would it be?
replied on September 20, 2014 with:
I just moved here about a week and a half ago. I really wish I was prepared for how short the days are! The sunsets so early in the day.
That becoming a citizen is almost impossible, that becoming a permanent resident takes about 10 years if you're not married to a national, and that if you aren't Japanese, you're not really going to be accepted as a national ever...you'll always be CFA (come from away). Other than that, Japan is wonderful. If you decide you can live somewhere without considered to be actually a citizen, then I think it would be an easy place to live if you have the income. Very polite society with lots of interesting things to do.
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High-grade residential complex in Roppongi Hills. Full facilities and ample reception service. Facility includes swimming pool, sauna, beauty salon treatment, sky lounge, medical clinic, pet animal caring, dry-cleaning and etc.
This is a luxurious apartment surrouded with trees, located on the hilltop of Nishiazabu 4-chome. It is a part of popular Homat series. Its sense of rigidness and Japanese taste is a plus. Its inside is fully renovated in 2005.
Azabujuban, Roppongi Hills and Arisugawa Park are within walking distance. This Homat-series property has a calm and stately atmosphere with each unit having a spacious floor plan.
Greenery and water-ample garden nearby its entrance. Residents enjoy outstanding view from the sky lounge at 29th floor. 24 hour manned reception service by bilingual staffs. ASIJ bus stop is closer still just a one minute walk.
The entire premise appears in elegant, European style. Six low-rise buildings (Block A through F) are placed around the stone paths. Beautiful greenery of street trees appear outside. It is a luxurious living space for executives.