I'm a Japanese woman, 25.
3 rooms are available for rent.
- I may move out here in a year (March, 2016), in that case, you also need to leave here. Is it ok?
- Utility costs are included ¥ 30,000 (except Internet).
- There is no internet, so you need to take it such as Wi-Fi router by you … Translate this text using Google translation.
Currently, I live in 3LDK in mother and child (boys two years of elementary school).
Since one room completely emptied, and then looking for the person who can use.
Even alone, even in mother-to-child accepted.
18 years or older only please a woman.
We are looking for those who are thinking about Room-sharing in the location of the title!
where I was looking around the real estate agent,
80 000YEN~ is reasonable in the rent (common service fees included).
Parking is on the location, it was expensive (more than 10,000).
Borrowed more than 3L …
★ 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
Utility costs are included!
It was late, … Translate this text using Google translation.
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