Building Details :

Building Name : ATRIUM SHIROKANE
Building Name In Japanese : アトリウム白金
Address : hakkin 5 - 12 - 27
Japanese Classification : 1R
Property Size (sq.m.) : 30
Line Name : Yamanote line
Station Name : Ebisu
Walk/Bus : 13 minutes walk

Costs/Guarantor :

Monthly Rent : ¥150,000
Deposit Amount : ¥150,000
No Guarantor : Yes

Chattels/Fittings :

Cooking Range : Yes
Furnished : Yes
Washing Machine : Yes
Shower : Yes
System Kitchen : Yes
Air Conditioner/Heater : Yes
Internet/Broadband : Yes
Western Toilet : Yes
Cable TV : Yes
Description : Atrium Shirokane is one of the best medium ranged apartment buildings in Central Tokyo. It was uilt and designed with foreign clients in mind. We have a total of 29 apartments in the complex. The building is fully wired with high-speed Internet connection. Interior is mostly concrete with hard wooden floors making them very modern and loft style feel. Only a 7-minute walk to Hiroo Stn,all amenities,and foreign stores are just a short walk away. Good security for females. The building is
Additional Comments : Apartment Features *Fantastic exterior and interior design *Broad Band connection *Cable TV *All wooden flooring *Contracts in English and Japanese
Axis Point co.,Ltd
2-5-6 Jingumae,
Shibuya,
Tokyo,
150-0001
Main Contact Info : Miyuki Kanda
phone: 03-5411-2182
email: info@axispoint.co.jp

Last Updated: 2013-04-17 11:28:45

Created: 2013-02-26 14:00:13

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