1K Apartment Sumida-ku
¥130,000 negotiable

Unit Number
1202
Building Name
Forecity Kinshicho フォレシティ錦糸町
Floor
12 / 14F
Type
Mansion
Size
25.20 m²
Location
Taihei, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Nearest Station
Kinshichou Station (5 min. walk)
Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon
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PIPI Hosting

03-5549-2442

Costs

Monthly
Rent
¥130,000
Maintenance Fee
¥0
Total Monthly Cost
¥130,000
Total to Move In

(Total Monthly Cost + additional one-time only fees)

Deposit
¥100,000
Key Money
¥0
Agency Fee
¥0
Guarantor Fee
¥0
Other
¥10,000

(Please inquire for details)

Total Monthly Cost
¥130,000
Total Move-In Fees
¥240,000

Please note that these are estimated amounts.
Please inquire for exact costs.

NOTE: All of the above amounts are subject to change due to the national sales tax rate increase on October 1, 2019

Additional Details

Other Expenses
Other initial fee is cleaning fee, 10000yen. The fee of utilities and wifi is included in the rent fee.
Layout
1K
Year Built
2007
Transaction Type
Non-Exclusive
Building Style
Normal
Lease Term
1 mth (fixed term)
Available From
Aug 14, 2019
Building Description
Newly renovated and furnished room only 5mins walking distance from Kinshico station which is served by the Metro Hanzomon Line & JR Chuo Sobu line connecting major attractions Skytree,Shibuya,Shinjuku,Akihabara,Tokyo etc without line transfer. The flat easily accommodates with Two-layer bed and futon which can accommodate up to 4. Provides essential amenities to ensure you have a comfortable and worry-free stay.
Landmarks
Kinshicho in Tokyo's Sumida ward is the biggest commercial area in Tokyo east of Ueno. In terms of atmosphere, Kinshicho is comparable to Tokyo's Ikebukuro area: down to earth with a more relaxed and, in places, rough-around-the-edges vibe.

Kinshicho Station
Kinshicho Station is on the JR Sobu line and the Hanzomon subway line.
Outside the north entrance of Kinshicho Station is Echo, a huge golden ring suspended between two stone pillars, by the American artist, Loren Madsen (b.1943). Designed on the theme of "music city Sumida," it depicts the history of music between the 16th and 20th centuries.


Kinshicho Shopping
Termina Department Store
The Kinshicho Station building houses the Termina Department Store containing well over 100 different stores. "Termina" is 7 floors on the south side of the station, with floors 1 to 3 occupied by a branch of the Yodobashi Camera electronics megastore, the B1 floor is a supermarket and delicatessens. Next to it is "Termina 3": 6 floors of restaurants. "Termina 2" on the north side is a single ground floor of restaurants and fashion stores.Termina hours vary by store but are generally 9:30am to 9:30 or 10pm.


Arcakit Shopping Building
On the north side of the station is the Arcakit building. Arcakit is 11 stylish floors of everything from a supermarket on the B1 floor, through to a wide range of lifestyle, health, hobby, toys, furniture, interior decoration and fashion related up to the 11th. Arcakit's restaurants are on the 10th floor. The 7th floor of Arcakit is a massive branch of the Daiso 100 yen store, with a mindboggling range of goods available.2-1-1 Kinshicho, Sumida-ku, Tokyo am - 9pm

Marui Department Store
South of Kinshicho Station and across Keiyo Doro Road is the Marui Department Store, mainly clothing but with a 7th floor of restaurants and an 8th floor beer garden and futsal park. 3-9-10 Kotobashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo11.30am - 8.30pm (From 11am on weekends/holidays)

Olinas Shopping Complex
The Olinas shopping complex a few minutes' walk north-east of the station incorporates two shopping malls: Olinas Mall and Olinas Core. It is classy, colorful, breezy, and modern (designed by the prominent American architects, RTKL Associates). A lot of the shopping is family-orientated (typically, the Babies'R'Us store). The complex houses the Toho cinema complex, and the Tokyu Department Store. Across the road from Olinas is Kinshi Park.
4-1-2 Taihei, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Most stores 10am 9/10pm. Restaurants 11am- 11pm.

Sarue Park

Sarue Park is a relaxing 14.5 hectare area of lawn, woods, garden, ponds and sporting and cultural facilities dating from 1932.
Sarue Park's origins are in the 1730's when it was developed as a lumberyard for lumber floated down the Yokojikken River, flowing along the park's eastern side, into Edo (old Tokyo) for the construction projects of the then-ruling Bakufu administration. Sarue Park has been in its full-sized present form since 1983.Sarue Park is divided north-south by Shin-Ohashi-dori Street. The northern section consists mainly of playgrounds for children and tennis courts.The southern section consists of a baseball field and Tiara Koto, a large cultural and performance facility. It also has a pond with a waterfall.
Sarue Park has over 200 sakura blossom trees. It is directly south of Kinshicho Station.
Date Updated
Oct 18, 2019
Next Update Schedule
Nov 17, 2019

Property Description

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Features

Air Conditioner
Bath
Drapes
Furnished
Wifi
Linen
Range
Refrigerator
Separate Toilet
Shower
System Kitchen
Utensils / Cutlery
Western Toilet

Transportation

Kinshichou Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon)
  • 5 min. walk

Map

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