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Aug 16, 2016

What is the total average living cost per month for a family of 3 in Imizu-Toyama?

What is the total average living cost per month for a family of 3 in Imizu-Toyama?

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  • KevinC

    on Aug 19

    https://www.city-cost.com/city/Toyama The average living cost should be about 350,000 yen for a family of 3. If your family cook at home all the time, the cost maybe a little bit lower. The minimal living cost should be about 200,000 yen for a family of 3.

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  • BigfamJapan

    on Sep 20

    If you rent in an expensive area I would say it is similar to the upper figure KevinC outlined, but otherwise I would say it is closer to the lower figure quoted. If you rent outside the city, rent and utilities included, you probably wouldn't pay much more than 100,000. For a family of 3 your I doubt your food and supplies bill would exceed 60,000. Transport will depend where you are located and where you are going. How old is your child? If they are school going age and go to a public school the cost per month is very low. If they need to go to kindergarten or nursery it will cost upward of 15,000 per month.

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  • kcsantosh

    on Sep 21

    It depends on how economical you will be. Basically for the normal family of 3 , it should be around 200,000 yen.

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