地铁 JR东海道本线 川崎站 徒步7分钟
JR南武线 川崎站 徒步7分钟
京急本线 京急川崎站 徒步9分钟
Investment items: 360 million yen for sale, about 21.56 million yuan
Subway JR Tokaido Main Line Kawasaki Station 7-minute walk
JR Nanbu Line Kawasaki Station 7-minute walk
JR Keihin Tohoku Line 7 minutes on foot
Keikyu Main Line Keikyu Kawasaki Station 9 minutes on foot
Building area of 545.01m2
Construction Year: January 1987
Status: full room
Recommended reason: It can be said that it is very convenient to travel on both sides of National Highway No. 15. The distance from the station is not far. The nearest comprehensive Xinchuanqiao Hospital is only 80m! ! The Kawasaki Police Station is also only 110m away. The docomo is located downstairs. The opposite side of the street is a dental and otolaryngology clinic. The time difference is quite convenient. The rare and convenient property that extends in all directions can also be used as an investment. A good choice because the annual rate is 6.42%! Interested parties please discuss in detail.
Kanagawa Prefecture is one of Japan's first-level administrative regions and is part of the Tokyo metropolitan area, one of Japan's three major metropolitan areas, and belongs to the Kanto region in the Japanese region. It is located in a vast area 50 kilometers southwest of Tokyo, facing the Pacific Ocean. The county is affected by the Pacific Warm Current, with a warm climate and almost no frost. It has the largest trading port in Japan, rich tourism resources, excellent industrial environment and numerous populations. It has created a good development for agriculture, fisheries and the tertiary industry. condition. 
The population of Kanagawa Prefecture is second only to Tokyo and Osaka, and the average population density is more than 3,000 people per square kilometer; the total output value of industry and agriculture is second only to Japan in Aichi Prefecture. Yokohama City is the administrative and economic center of Kanagawa Prefecture. In the eastern part of the prefecture, there are also one of the best industrial cities in Japan, Kawasaki, and the exotic port city of Yokosuka.