THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN JAPAN

Japan is a very developed and interesting Asian country with great history and culture. Its population exceeds 126 million people, with foreigners accounting for no more than 2%. The standard of living in Japan is comparable and even higher than in many Western European countries. Japan's economy is growing steadily, and the labor market is in short supply of qualified workers.

Many applicants from abroad are now seeking jobs in Japan to immigrate to the country permanently. But local workers are very hard-working and disciplined, and not every immigrant is able to adapt to the specific conditions and withstand the competition. In addition to employment, foreigners consider studying at Japanese universities or opening their own business in Japan.

Next, let's highlight the best cities to live in Japan in 2021.

LIST OF THE BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN JAPAN

CITY
1. Tokyo
2. Yokohama
3. Osaka
4. Kyoto
5. Fukuoka

TOP 5 BEST CITIES TO LIVE IN JAPAN

TOKYO

Tokyo

The best city to live in Japan is the capital, Tokyo, which has between 13.1 and 13.7 million registered residents. The industrial, cultural and educational core of the country. One of the largest financial centers and the richest city in the world with an annual GDP of about 1.5 trillion dollars. Tokyo perfectly combines ancient Japanese traditions and modern technologies, therefore it is very comfortable and fascinating to be here. The only downside is the high cost of living.

Renting a one-room studio in downtown Tokyo costs an average of $1,400 per month.

YOKOHAMA

Yokohama

Yokohama is a major port city and a great place to live in Japan. It has a population of about 3.7 million people. It is a quieter and cheaper metropolis compared to the capital Tokyo, which is only 30 km away. There are many beautiful gardens, parks, museums and art galleries. The city has clean streets and superb landscapes. Overall, Yokohama is well suited for both singles and for immigrating to Japan with a family.

Renting a one-room studio in downtown Yokohama costs an average of $1,355 per month.

OSAKA

Osaka

Japan's third most attractive city for living and population, Osaka is home to about 2.6 million people. The metropolis is known as the "culinary capital of Japan. There are many colorful restaurants, cafes and bars where delicious dishes of Japanese cuisine are prepared. In Osaka significantly less opportunities for successful employment than in the metropolitan area, but also the cost of living is 30-40% lower.

Renting a one-room studio in downtown Osaka costs an average of $750 a month.

KYOTO

Kyoto

The former capital of Japan, Kyoto is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, which attracts not only travelers but also immigrants. About 1.5 million locals have a unique opportunity to admire countless ancient temples and shrines every day, many of which are included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On the other hand, there are crowds of tourists here all the time, which can cause some discomfort.

Renting a one-room studio in downtown Kyoto costs an average of $620 per month.

FUKUOKA

Fukuoka

Rounding out the top five best cities to live in Japan is Fukuoka, located in the southern part of the country. Its population is about 1.6 million people. The metropolis is one of the fastest growing Japanese cities and offers a high quality of life. Fukuoka offers optimal conditions for the development of startups and entrepreneurship in principle, so the city is predicted to have the prestigious knowledge of the "Silicon Valley of Japan" in the future.

Renting a one-room studio in downtown Fukuoka costs an average of $655 per month.

In conclusion, we note that the citizens of Japan on average live about 85 years. That is, in terms of life expectancy the country is one of the first places on the planet. In addition, Japan has one of the best medical systems in the world. It is a very safe, exciting and comfortable country.

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