You can take your tired muscles to one of the thousands of massage clinics in Japan. Martial arts is a great way to get in your cardio and strength training, and, though it may take a bit of digging, Tokyo offers everything from Aikido to ninja-style training and Krav Maga. And some still, even in this day and age, refuse to rent to foreigners! Japan's cash-based society is shifting. City halls generally offer free lessons, and there are language exchange cafes and meets all over the show. You may even be able to take over some furniture from the tenant who is moving—if they are an acquaintance of yours, or a fellow expat, anyway. UR Rental Housing is a good choice if you can afford it; otherwise, ask around for estate agents that other expats have used and been satisfied with. Photo by Ignat Gorazd Massage Stressed and sore? Otherwise, start with sayonara sales and see what you can pick up, and then explore Off Home and local recycle shops to fill in what you still need.
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