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Apartment Complex Japan - Now, a generation of elderly Japanese is dying alone A huge government apartment complex in Tokiwadaira, Japan, has become known for  In postwar Japan, a single-minded focus on rapid economic growth helped erode family ties Now, a generation of elderly Japanese is dying alone. Village House Yamakita, a building in Komaki, Japan, owned by Fortress Becomes Japan's Biggest Private Apartment Landlord With $1  Fortress Investment Group is buying dated units on the outskirts of big Japanese cities—and in the process it has become the largest private owner of apartments in Japan

Have you ever seen an apartment in Japan that made you think, “…huh?” This new apartment complex not only takes up valuable parking  Is your toilet in your kitchen-bedroom? Kuso Bukken 2018 is accepting entries soon Japan’s Hilarious ‘Crappiest Apartment of the Year’ Awards Are BackIs your toilet in your kitchen-bedroom? Kuso Bukken 2018 is accepting entries soonHave you ever seen an apartment in Japan that made you think, “…huh?” With the upcoming #クソ物件オブザイヤー, or “Crappiest Apartment of the Year” award being announced

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Homes For Sale: Japan. Single Family Homes for sale at Minami Aoyama 4 House Minato-Ku, Tokyo, · Minami Aoyama 4 House Minato-Ku, Tokyo, 107-0062 Japan 7Bedrooms. Daiwa House, one of the biggest prefabricated housing manufacturers in Japan, built this town in the 60s during a postwar housing boom Unlike in other countries, Japanese homes become valueless over time – but as the population shrinks, can its cities finally learn to slow down and refurb?

The Decline of Japan's Modernist Mass Housing - CityLab. The country's postwar housing complexes were intended to represent a bold new era The Slow Decay of Japan's Modernist Dreams Cody Ellingham's photographs examine the beauty and decay of danchi, Japan's ambitious postwar housing complexes. Main image: At the Atago housing complex an elderly man walks home Japan's population is ageing rapidly, though not so much in Tokyo,  They have no lifts, shops or medical services – yet they are home to mostly poor, elderly people We investigate Tokyo’s massive ‘homes for solitary death’. I've composed a Craigslist ad for a room in a particularly spooky apartment complex in Hamamatsu, Japan: "New roommates must be willing to  Though the holiday is relatively new to the country, someone there clearly has a Tim Burton obsession