※ Aichi share house roommate looking ※
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Home 4LDK share mate of about 8 minutes walk from Nagoya 1
We love two room ¥ 30,000 ~ utility costs Dutch treat rent
Super, Maxvalu in about a 3-minute walk in the surrounding area
, It is very convenien … Translate this text using Google translation.
I've been recruiting people used the rental of space, Nagoya-shi, Aichi Atsuta-ku, luxury high-rise apartment.
100 m above ground
It is only those luxury that feelings such as luxury furniture sofa chandeliers custom-made glass table and 65-inch TV
I will stop by car FREE Kanayama station ne … Translate this text using Google translation.
I am a woman of 29 years old.
Our family is 3persons, husband, baby, and I.
I worked at the airport before I got married.
My husband has a job in the airplane.
And I, even my husband, there is a study abroad experience.
We also want to study the language of your country.
Your room is a private …
We have a fully-furnished single bedroom available for rent in an English-speaking, shared, brand-new, three-bedroom house.
The house is built in a suburban area: 5-min walk to Shiogamaguchi Station (subway; ~30 min to Nagoya Station), 1-min walk to the nearest co … Translate this text using Google translation.
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