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This is a blog about Japanese housing by Philip Brasor and Masako Tsubuku.

4 comments

  1. Patrice NAEJ · November 24, 2010

    Since 2 years I’m searching informations about Housing in Japan, from people’s real life.

    I think your blog is THE Blog that I searched.

    I really love it Very very much !

    I really thanks you a lot to have build this blog.

    Best regards,

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  2. Edward Craddock (@edwardcraddock) · November 6, 2011

    Even in this age of information the important information about living in Japan is hard to obtain. I was fortunate to learn about this blog from a Japanese colleague. It would not be right if I didn’t thank you for sharing your experiences. I have learned a lot in a short time and look forward to reading more in the future.

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  3. Jeffrey · February 9, 2012

    Have you two looked into golf courses recently? Like everything else during the Bubble, their numbers grew as did the price of playing the things with memberships even trading like stocks.

    I haven’t read anything about how they are fairing, but I would imagine than many have closed, and not just those at failed resorts.

    Thanks.

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  4. Bob Black · December 4

    Thank you for the valuable information. I have a question. I recently bought a house with about 600 tsubo just on the outskirts of where the town I live in is heavily developing (the “newest” parts of town are about 800 meters from my house. The house/land is also on a main road heading into the development heavy town development. The land is currently zoned as “choseikuiki”. My question is this: If the area where my property is gets rezoned into a shigaika chōsei kuiki, will that result in my being able to sell the land to others building houses? My confusion comes from how that transition takes place. Is it done per plot of land, or is it done for a whole “area”. Thank you very much and I hope to hear from you soon.

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