This time is the recruitment of 2 rooms
Room of recruitment of A from February because people are out in full in January that was borrowed now
B of the room I can move anytime soon
The A room ¥ 50,000 5 tatami storage Yes seekers I will buy bed
Bet shelf desk chair ¥ 45,000 4.5 Pledge with stora … Translate this text using Google translation.
All rooms is a new clean room that was just completed renovation
4-minute walk from Asakusa-bashi Station Sobu-Toei Asakusa Line
JR Yamanote Line. Hibiya Line Akihabara 9-minute walk from the station
Oedo Line Shin Okachimachi Station, such as within walking distance of the Yamanote Line Okachima … Translate this text using Google translation.
Pets Allowed is a House House of.
Current free room 5 tatami mat.
2 This is the floor of the room.
Cot (without bedding)
Silver rack shelf
Living bath toilet communal
Net I can use immediately.
Number assignment of utility costs are each month.
And brown, was based on cream, share house which I finished in soft colors like Karuamiruku.
It is a small house of six three-story.
Shinshibamata the shortest Keiseitakasago direct, Keiseikoiwa, from House of downtown Narita, to Haneda.
The three stations available and used properly according to …
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