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Apr 27, 2016

Which is the most liveable place/city in Japan?

What is the most beautiful and good place to live in in Japan?

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  • Tomuu

    on Apr 27

    Great question. I know a lot of Tokyo residents want to live in Jiyugaoka. I think I read a survey that said Fujisawa was a place where a lot of people wanted to live, too.

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  • Avigo

    on May 1

    Fukuoka Fukuoka, the largest city on the southern island of Kyushu, is consistently ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world. It combines big city living with being close to nature. It has most of the foreign-owned chain stores you would expect in a large Japanese city, as well as an excellent transportation network. It also has pro sports such as baseball team Softbank Hawks, J.League soccer team Avispa, and hosts the Fukuoka sumo basho once a year.

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  • SalarymanJim

    on May 2

    I dream of Roppongi Hills, with a 'second' home in Karuizawa!!!!

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  • Yue

    on Aug 23

    In my experience, Tsukuba is also very nice. It is close to Tokyo, but still safe and calm! Also, there are many offers and help for international people.

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