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Dear H-Japan Members,
I’m sharing a posting for a few available apartments in Tokyo. They are all located in the the same apartment complex, which is located in walking distance to Todai in Tokyo’s Bunkyo ward. The location is quiet and convenient, making it an ideal place for researchers. In addition to being in a great neighborhood, the complex is well-maintained and the landlord is very helpful and responsive.
During our sabbatical, we would like to rent out our three bedroom house from April 2017 for one year.
Roof garden, overlooking a park. Fully furnished. Parking space.
12 minutes walk to Waseda and Edogawabashi Stations. On convenient bus routes (to Todai, for example).
It’s a four bedroom house but we’re planning to leave our things in the fourth bedroom (this is somewhat flexible).
Around 200,000 yen per month excluding bills.
We might consider part of a year.
Please get in touch with any questions.
Some list members might be interested to know that an apartment in central Tokyo is available for rent for scholar/s coming to Japan for an academic year. It is a newly renovated fully furnished 1LDK apartment in Kagurazaka-Yoshigome area, close to Waseda, Sophia, Hosei, and Meiji universities. There is a nice view from the balcony with plenty of light coming into the apartment.
The Society for the History of Japanese Economic Thought (SHJET)
The First Tokyo Meeting (AY 2016)
Date: Saturday, July 9, 2016, 15:00-18:15
Venue: Keio University, Mita Campus, Tokyo
Conference Room A (A Kaigishitsu),
Research Office Building (Kenkyushitsuto), Ground Level
NAKAJIMA Eisuke, Lanzhou University, PRC
‘Reconsidering YAMAGA Sokō's Political Economy'
UCLA and Waseda University are pleased to invite applications to the second annual Yanai Initiative workshop, “Reading Place in Edo & Tokyo.”
We are seeking a co-panelist, a chair and a discussant whose work engages the theme of representation of urban space in modern Japanese literature to join us in developing a proposal for the Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, to be held in Toronto on March 16–19, 2017. The tentative working title is “The City as Representation, Interpretation, and Memory: Urban Space in Modern Japanese Literature.”
Dear H-Japan Members,
I’m sharing a posting for two available apartments in Tokyo. One is for a studio apartment and the second is a detached house (2LK), both located in walking distance to Todai in Tokyo’s Bunkyo ward. The location is quiet and convenient, making it an ideal place for researchers.
I will be leaving Tokyo at the end of December 2016. My apartment was passed on to me from another scholar, and I hope to do the same so as to avoid the many fees that come with disposing of furniture, etc. The landlord is very friendly, open to foreign renters, and will waive most moving in fees if I find someone to take over. Please see the details below, and contact me for photos, pricing, or additional questions.
Carrie Cushman firstname.lastname@example.org