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do celeberties in japan live in mansions?

Author : abe

Submitted : 2018-02-25 23:14:34    Popularity:     

Tags: japan  celeberties  mansions  live  

I found out that producers that make Godzilla&ultraman movies in japan live in smaller regular houses.Especially Famous anime creators.But when it comes to being a J-pop and rocker,They probably get what they like&maybe possible living in larger h

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It's difficult to have a mansion in Tokyo because Tokyo is overcrowded. So even if you are a rich person, you would live in an expensive condo rather than a mansion if you are in Tokyo.

First, your definition of "mansions" and the Japanese idea of mansions are not the same. You are not going to find those large chateaux or English size mansions in Japan.Owning a home is the most expensive thing in Japan. It is so expensive that they have 100 year loans where when you borrow the money (a mortgage) and obligate you, your children, and grandchildren to pay it off.

The other thing you need to understand is that pay scales are very different in Japan. Those in the anime/manga industry do not make mega bucks like Hollywood stars. Nor do the J-pop/idols. Plus, and this will sound kind of strange, the Japanese while they may wish or admire wide open spaces and spacious houses, in reality it makes them uncomfortable. It's almost like they feel guilty at having so much unused space. What they go for is tastefully decorated and something cozy.

When I was living in Japan, I had an 3 room apartment that is smaller than my bedroom in the US. But my Japanese friends all commented what a large apartment I had and more importantly asked why I needed such a "large" apartment just for myself.

Some Japanese people do have large homes. In the Yokohama bluffs or Kamakura there are some large spreads. However, Japan has very progressive income taxes that hit entertainers and athletes very hard. Hence they may not be living as large as one might think. Check out the place below, you would kind of have to be an enka or visual-kei star or something like that to live there. Otherwise, it would be just embarrassing.

No. And you may want to look up the term " mansion " as it is used in Japan .
Very different than here .
The biggest homes are in rural areas in places like Hokkaido . But they're not fancy places
like we have in the US .
Realize Japan is roughly the size of California , and much of the country is hills / mountains .
They can't waste space like we do .

the popular/famous ones Live in high end area/ the expensive districts of Tokyo, Japan

They live in the basements of the yakuza.

Japan is a very crowded place. There's no room for huge houses. And there's a much more even standard of living there, with very little poverty. That's why there's so little crime.



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