2-minute walk from the station near Meitetsu Seto Line Amake-zaka Station.
5ldk of location preeminent room.
It is an old but beautiful building in.
It is a shared space large and comfortable space.
Foreign students are also welcome.
It is a quiet two-story residential area.
The first floor clinic to be self-employed, regional Salon for local.
It is Petit half Nou.
Super convenience store, station, bookstore, restaurant district ... walk 10-15 minutes.
Private room: sum 8 tatami.
(6 tatami mat I use, but to move it if you w …
※ During the recruitment Aichi Prefecture Share House roommate ※
Kanayama Station walk 15 minutes 4LDK Mansion share unisex
Rent ¥ 35,000 ~ utility costs go Dutch
It is conveniently located supermarkets, convenience stores, etc. in about 1 minute walk around
Western-style 6 tatami
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★ The bath is freshly toilet renovation ★
Station 1-minute walk
Convenience store 1 minute walk
In it is convenient.
Age in minutes to but is old sleeping it is no problem!
3LDK so I will lend private room!
Bath Restroom, there independent wash basin
It was late, but I am a mid-20s man!
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