Basic Information

  • Nickname: Emi-chan 🙂
  • Age: Secret haha (around 30)
  • Birthplace:From Japan (English and Japanese available)

Brief history (in Tokyo)

  • ~2014 Not in Tokyo
  • 2015 Ota-ku (many cheap and delicious restaurants)
  • 2017 Shinagawa-ku (everything we could ever want)
  • 2018 Shibuya-ku (So nive to live in! )
  • 2019 Nakano-ku (more urban than I imagined)
  • 2020 Shibuya-ku (I’m home 💛)

Apartment purchase history

  • 2019 Buy used apartment
  • 2020 Buy a new apartment (so funcy)
  • 2021 Maybe a third contract…? haha

Personal Information

Hi everyone, I’m Emi-chan 🙂

It’s been more than five years since I started living in Tokyo. I’m “an Apartment Girl” who loves apartments so much that I feel like buying one every year!

I used to live in a rented apartment, but the apartment didn’t have an elevator, the walls were so thin that I could hear my neighbors farting, the apartment leaked, and the windows weren’t the right size so they made a lot of noise.( That’s really awful) When I think about it now, I wonder how I lived there. It’s a good memory. haha

But even though I was paying a good amount of rent, I didn’t feel comfortable, and I was getting more and more stressed, so I decided that I should definitely buy an apartment to improve my QOL (Quality of Life). Thanks to this, I’m living a comfortable life, I have confidence that I’m living in a nice apartment every day, and most importantly, I have more room in my heart.

To be honest, I wasn’t interested in apartments at all before, but when I visited the model room of a certain apartment, I felt like I was glittering and I couldn’t stop being excited. On my days off, I visit model rooms or take a walk around the apartment I like and imagine (or rather, fantasize) myself living there.

Since last year, I’ve been able to spend more time at home, and I’ve become more interested in apartments, then interior design, then affordable living, and so on… I have more and more things I’m interested in and want to know, and I’m learning more every day.

There are a lot of professional people providing a lot of information, but there are also a lot of technical terms, recommended apartments are very expensive (over 100 million yen, so-called “100 million apartments”). In addition, some of the recommended apartments are very expensive, and some of them are too asset-oriented and you don’t want to live in them.

I hope that by lowering the hurdle to buying a condominium, even just a little, the life of the person who buys it will be happier, and I would like to introduce it to you based on my experience.

So I’m going to introduce you to some of the apartments I’m interested in, both new and used, mainly in Tokyo! I’m looking forward to working with you.

Thank you 🙂