※）Estimate based on a contract date of the first day of the month.
Guarantee company required (from 50% of total rent at the time of initial contract)
Fire insurance (18,000 yen～/2 years)
Deposit 1 month
Agency fee 1.1 month
Passport, resident card, etc.
Additional documents may be required depending on the screening process.
Floor plan：1RRoom type：ApartmentMaximum occupancy：2 personsSize：35.05m²Move in conditions：Man / Womanhandover and move-in： ImmediateDate of confirmation of listing： 08/31/2023Online Viewing： AvailableOnline Consultation：IT Disclosure Statement： Available
Minato ward is known for Omotesando, Roppongi Hills, Odaiba, and many other popular spots for local and foreign tourists. It is maybe the most popular area in Tokyo to visit.
With its history, art, and modern architecture, Minato ward has many popular places for entertainment and shopping, though you can still find temples, downtowns, nature, and arts with an Edo-period flavor. And if you like sports, there's the baseball and rugby grounds.
Minato ward lies along Tokyo Bay. Here you can see the Rainbow Bridge which lights up beautifully at night. Take a boat bus and you can see it from the bay.
Though it is known for upscale businesses, sightseeing, date spots, and Azabu Juban, it also has many old and historically valuable buildings and quiet places to walk around.
Area information of Azabu JubanStation
Azabu Juban station opened in just 2000, on the Namboku line. In the same year it became a station on the Oedo subway line as well, making it even more convenient. With its incorporation into the Tokyo Metro system, it has become what it is today, connecting Oji, Meguro, Shiodome, Akabane Iwabuchi, Saitama, Hiyoshi, and other areas. There is an elevator in the station. Average daily ridership on the Tokyo Metro portion is just 50,000 or so, but together with the Toei portion climbs to around 90,000.