Thank you for I have seen.
I have increased the property also Daigo.
There is a private room after shared space of the room and (Article 6) here.
I believe the residents of up to four people from one two here.
And I want to make a rule and our residents first person is to consult.
I think close …
We are looking for a non-smoker female room mate who will live at least half a year!
The location is 10 min walk up north from JR Kyoto Sta.
Rent is 45000yen include everything (gas,elec, water, WiFi and household). Available from April 2014.
We are very happy if you are native Spanish speaker ; …
It is a student of Doshisha University.
Roommate because the previous came out, it was decided to look for a new roommate.
Located on the second floor of apartments in four-story room.
Day is very good.
It is a studio, but since two-room, it is quite wide.
There are 14 quires.
It is divided in …
There is a landlord.
Facing the hydrophobic along the Ryukoku University buckwheat, you can taste the peaceful atmosphere of Kyoto.
In addition, the landlord direct contract so you can, unlike the brokerage firm, you will be depending on the cost side of consultation and detailed correspondence.
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