|My apartment in Tokyo is cozy and comfortable after decorating with Asian flare.|
As I have mentioned in my video, my apartment was provided by the company that I work for, Westgate. The day I arrived in Japan, I moved right into my apartment. Everything was furnished and clean upon the move in. I was provided with a basic futon and comforter and one rock hard pillow with beans in it. Later, I went on a bike ride to Costco and bought more comfortable pillows.
If you're thinking of moving to Japan and are wondering what a standard apartment for 81,000 yen or ($1,000) a month will get you take a look at my video post. Only a year and a half ago I did my video post about my apartment in Korea, and the clip is among the most viewed on Gone Seoul Searching's You Tube account.
|Head to the nearest print shop and print out some of your most recent photos to keep your memories alive!|
|My photo collage.|
|Sleeping on the floor on a futon is not comfortable.|
|Hanging up pictures is the first step in making your apartment feel more like him while living in Japan.|
|My bathtub seriously is my favorite thing in my apartment. Its so deep!|
|My hallway is narrow but separates everything nicely.|
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