- Known as Tokyo's Little Europe. Calm and sophisticated residential neighborhood located just a few stops from the noise and glare of Shibuya. Inviting leafy tree-lined streets. Fashionable boutiques, sweetshops and cafes galore.
- -- Tokyu Toyoko
-- Tokyu Oimachi
- -- Ten-min direct ride to Shibuya on the Tokyu Toyoko Line
Jiyugaoka is a neighborhood and train station on the southern edge of Meguro Ward. With its leafy tree-lined streets, fashionable boutiques, and many small restaurants and cafes, it is known as Tokyo’s Little Europe and is synonymous with “calm and sophisticated.”
Because it is just a ten-minute direct ride from here to Shibuya, the neighborhood is a highly desirable residential location. It regularly tops surveys of the best places to live in Tokyo.
Average Rent in Jiyugaoka
- Studio to 1-Bedroom (1R, 1K, 1DK): 91,300 yen ($843)
- 1-Bedroom to 2-Bedroom (1LDK, 2K, 2DK): 140,300 ($1296)
- 2-Bedroom to 3-Bedroom (2LDK, 3K, 3DK): 200,200 ($1849)
- 3-Bedroom to 4-Bedroom (3LDK, 4K, 4DK): 272,500 ($2517)
Apartments for Rent in Jiyugaoka
- Guesthouses in Jiyugaoka start from the mid-20,000 yen per month range.
- Apartments for rent in Jiyugaoka start from the low-60,000 yen per month range.
There are many studio apartment rental options in Jiyugaoka that are well below the average rent levels mentioned above.
As a popular residential area among young urban professionals and well-to-do families with young children, there are also many high-end apartments you can choose from.
Houses and condominium units available for sale in Jiyugaoka range from small, older investment units to very high-end.
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