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  • isn't.

    不是。

  • Do cushioning, Teoh, huh?

    做緩衝,泰奧,嗯?

  • Hey, I smoke into Took a creative play.

    嘿,我抽到了圖克的創意遊戲。

  • I am your host today.

    今天我是你們的主人。

  • I'm here with parents guys.

    我在這裡和父母們一起。

  • So we're kind of may be the thing that we're most well known for is we're broke down videos on tiny Japanese apartments or dorm rooms or yeah, with both state and different kinds of Japanese accommodation and made videos on it.

    所以我們有點可能是我們最出名的事情是,我們是打破了視頻上的微小的日本公寓或宿舍,或者是啊,與國家和不同類型的日本住宿和製作視頻上。

  • So that's how you might know us.

    所以這就是你可能認識我們的原因。

  • So we've had a bit of experience with Japanese accommodation and housing, and over time, if you lived here for a while, you might also know that finding apartments here is quite difficult.

    所以我們對日本的住宿和住房有一定的經驗,時間長了,如果你在這裡住過一段時間,可能也知道在這裡找公寓是相當困難的。

  • There are certain things that get in the way on some places started, accept foreigners.

    在一些地方開始,接受外國人的時候,有一些東西會阻礙。

  • Red can be high in some places, this different problems.

    紅在一些地方會很高,這個不同的問題。

  • But the thing that we're gonna be doing today is we're going to be looking at different layouts of Japanese apartments or housing and trying to figure out what the problem is.

    但我們今天要做的事情是,我們要研究日本公寓或住房的不同佈局,並試圖找出問題所在。

  • What is wrong with it.

    它有什麼問題。

  • And when we figure it out, we have to forest the buzz up.

    而當我們想明白了,我們就必須森林的嗡嗡聲了。

  • It is a competition, sir.

    這是一場比賽,先生。

  • We have to figure it out fast and we'll let you guys know and throughout the way you're gonna find out some tips and tricks on how to find food housing in Japan.

    我們要儘快想辦法,我們會讓你們知道,在整個過程中,你們會發現一些在日本尋找食物住房的技巧和竅門。

  • So I'm gonna be just lets it started.

    所以我要去只是讓它開始。

  • Eso We're looking at a layup.

    埃索,我們正在尋找一個上籃的機會。

  • If you are looking for a house in Japan, this is the kind of late that you will see those different things that mean different things.

    如果你在日本找房子,這就是一種後期,你會看到那些不同的東西,不同的意義。

  • Like if you find an apartment, it will be like a one ldk one, which means $1 like one room one L D.

    像如果你找到一個公寓,它會像一個ldk一個,這意味著1美元像一個房間一個L D。

  • K.

    K.

  • Is like a living room, a dining kitchen.

    就像一個客廳,一個餐廳廚房。

  • And then the number means how many other rooms they're off in the house.

    然後這個數字就意味著他們在房子裡還有多少個房間不在。

  • So the one of looking up all right, says L.

    所以,抬頭的那個沒事,說L。

  • D K 12 which means literally better kitchen.

    D K 12,這意味著字面上更好的廚房。

  • Wait, What is that?

    等等,那是什麼?

  • This?

    這個?

  • I don't know what that you know what the kanji is Underneath the closet, There's a random door in the middle of I think it's just there's no purpose to that door.

    我不知道那是什麼,你知道漢字是什麼嗎衣櫃下面,中間有一扇隨便的門,我覺得就是那扇門沒有什麼用。

  • It's in the middle of the living dining kitchen on, and there's no weight to it.

    它在客廳餐廳廚房的中間上,並沒有什麼重量。

  • This just in open space.

    這只是在空地上。

  • So it would have in a hallway.

    所以在走廊裡會有。

  • Yeah, nice veranda.

    是啊,不錯的陽臺。

  • So if you just ignore the door, this is quite a nice, nice.

    所以,如果你只是忽略了這扇門,這是很不錯的,不錯的。

  • Okay, My tip number one for Japanese housing is definitely look a lot before you choose a place.

    好了,我的日本住房建議第一條就是一定要多看一眼再選地方。

  • There are so many websites out there that can help you and a lot of them cater, especially towards foreigners And our English friends.

    有這麼多的網站,可以幫助你和很多人迎合,特別是對外國人和我們的英語朋友。

  • A swell.

    膨脹。

  • So definitely this guijin pot on.

    所以肯定是這個貴人鍋上。

  • Also know what kind of house you're looking for?

    也知道自己要找什麼樣的房子?

  • Whether you're looking for an apartment for yourself or a share house or if you're showing with friends.

    無論你是為自己找房子還是合租房,或者是和朋友一起看房。

  • Definitely.

    絕對是

  • Look at all the options that you can before you choose and pick a couple of options as well.

    在選擇之前,先看看所有可以選擇的方案,也可以選擇幾個方案。

  • Just in case one of the visit next one right is Tommy room into the LDK area.

    以防有一個人訪問下一個人右方的是湯米房間進入LDK區。

  • Is this Avenger?

    這是復仇者嗎?

  • This'd just That's a tummy room so you can use it as a victory.

    這只是... ...這是一個肚子的房間,所以你可以用它作為一個勝利。

  • I don't know how you district is there, like there's no closet in the bedroom like its opening in the living, you know, said their way to get to the stands.

    我不知道你怎麼區在那裡,像有沒有衣櫃在臥室裡像它的開幕在生活中,你知道,說他們的方式來獲得看臺。

  • I think you know, there's no indication that there are multiple floors.

    我想你也知道,沒有任何跡象表明有多層樓。

  • It's just got a staircase that is leaving up from nothing.

    只是得到了一個從無到有的樓梯。

  • Where Imagine if you didn't notice that and you moved in and suddenly you just find these mysterious stairs that would be so freaky.

    在哪裡想象一下,如果你沒有注意到這一點,你搬進去後,突然就發現這些神祕的樓梯,那就太詭異了。

  • Okay, so my second tip, when looking for houses in Japan is definitely looking all of the added costs to each apartment because that's gonna be the amount that you pay every month, which is usually gonna look pretty good because housing depend is actually quite cheap, especially compared to Australia.

    好的,所以我的第二個建議,在日本找房子的時候,一定要看每套公寓的所有附加費用,因為這將是你每個月支付的金額,這通常會看起來很不錯,因為住房依賴其實很便宜,特別是與澳洲相比。

  • But the thing that custalow is the move in price, so there's gonna be things like security costs, a month's deposit, and then key money, gift money, guaranteed money.

    但託管的事情是價格的變動,所以會有一些東西,比如擔保費,一個月的押金,然後是鑰匙錢,禮金,保證金。

  • They'll just keep adding up.

    他們會繼續增加。

  • More, more, more.

    更多,更多,更多。

  • And so I know friends who moved in and rent was like $2000 a month and move in.

    所以我認識的朋友,他們搬進來的時候,房租是2000元一個月,搬進來。

  • Costs was about $10,000.

    費用約為10000元。

  • Oh, wow.

    哦,哇。

  • Yeah, so expensive.

    是啊,這麼貴。

  • If you're playing like $700 a month, you might have to pay maybe $2000 to Teoh around.

    如果你一個月打700塊錢的樣子,你可能要付大概2000塊錢給特奧左右。

  • It depends if it's like apartment or a share house it, but it should tell you how much the movement feels like the contracting fee.

    這要看它是像公寓還是合租房它,但它應該告訴你運動的感覺是多少承包費。

  • So miners only around 500.

    所以礦工只有500人左右。

  • That's because it's a share house, but departments are a lot more expensive.

    那是因為它是股份制的房子,但部門的價格要高很多。

  • Yeah, Originally, when I came here that really simple apartment.

    是啊,本來,當我來到這裡的時候,真的很簡單的公寓。

  • That was kind of ah foreign of friendly, about two month contract, old WiFi and everything all utilities included.

    那是種啊外國的友好,大約兩個月的合同,老的WiFi,所有的水電費都包含在內。

  • So I didn't have to pay.

    所以我不用付錢。

  • I think I just had to pay a deposit for that.

    我想我只是要為此支付押金。

  • And then I got the deposit back at the end.

    最後我又把押金拿回來了。

  • So I didn't have to pay anything upfront, which was great, except for the fact that it was, you know, the eight square meter apartment, which was really it was all good except for the actual size.

    所以,我沒有支付任何預付款,這是偉大的,除了事實上,這是,你知道,八平方米的公寓,這是真的,這是所有的好,除了實際的大小。

  • Also, be careful if you have a pet, sometimes that can double or there is always at least gonna be an extra cost for the pet itself.

    另外,如果你養了寵物,要注意,有時可能會翻倍,或者至少總會有寵物本身的額外費用。

  • Eso just be careful with that, I said when I lived in my tiny apartment.

    埃索只要小心點,我住在我的小公寓裡的時候就說過。

  • I such full on your public five months because I had a visa situation.

    我這種滿上你的公眾號五個月,因為我有簽證的情況。

  • Anybody in Australia really quick have a video where I talk about things you have to do with the lucky hold.

    任何人在澳洲真的很快有一個視頻,我說的事情,你必須做的幸運持有。

  • A visa was really trying apartment in Japan.

    簽證在日本真的是嘗試公寓。

  • I was working holiday visa from Australia, which is only a six month visa.

    我是澳洲的打工度假簽證,只有半年的簽證。

  • You could renew it twice so you could be here for you know, because it says six months, you can't get a housing contract because they only allowed you have housing contracts for one year or more.

    你可以續簽兩次,這樣你就可以在這裡你知道,因為它說六個月,你不能得到住房合同,因為他們只允許你有一年以上的住房合同。

  • So many places wouldn't give me a house.

    好多地方都不給我房子。

  • That's how I ended up in the 80 meter parliament.

    這就是我在80米議會中的結局。

  • And how long was that?

    那是多長時間呢?

  • 11 months.

    11個月

  • So I was there for 11 months and I went in saying Crazy Oh, it's this one.

    所以我在那裡呆了11個月,我進去說瘋狂哦,就是這個。

  • There's 22 tummy rooms is the box in the bottom left hand corner and the toilet is up in the left, so I a toilet and boxes in the kitchen.

    有22個肚子的房間是左下角的盒子,廁所在左上角,所以我一個廁所和盒子在廚房。

  • Sorry, there's a real apartments in Japan.

    對不起,日本有真正的公寓。

  • You have to go all the way to the kitchen just to take a shower.

    洗澡都要到廚房去洗。

  • Are sick about that.

    有病吧

  • So we're is not even a close that that you could put box anyone like open?

    所以,我們甚至不是一個關閉,你可以把盒子任何人喜歡打開?

  • Yeah, there's no to offer.

    是啊,有沒有提供。

  • What if someone is in the kitchen?

    如果有人在廚房裡怎麼辦?

  • Yeah, You put like a curtain Don't so cold in the winter.

    是啊,你把像一個窗簾 不要這麼冷的冬天。

  • That enough that section of this cold size a such a terrible design plan eso one thing, Which is that to tell me?

    這夠了,這個冷門的大小的部分一個如此可怕的設計計劃埃索一件事,這是要告訴我?

  • Because this has a two rooms of tatami in Japan.

    因為這在日本有兩間榻榻米。

  • Also a lot of the time.

    也有很多時候。

  • They measured the room size by to tell me Mets six tatami mat sized room.

    他們測量了房間的大小,告訴我大都會六個榻榻米大小的房間。

  • But to Tommy, I personally don't think I could have a house with to tell me because, you know, the purpose of the room is to have maybe a fruit on or like, a floor table.

    但對湯米來說,我個人不認為我可以有一個房子與告訴我,因為,你知道,房間的目的是有也許一個水果上或像,一個地板表。

  • And you gotta be really careful with Tom.

    而且你要對湯姆非常小心

  • You can't spill stuff on it.

    你不能把東西灑在上面。

  • Tell me, having him my housing tip, I think for me the most important thing, this space.

    告訴我,有他我的住房提示,我覺得對我來說最重要的是,這個空間。

  • So it's knowing the conversions of the space.

    所以是知道空間的轉換。

  • So what?

    那又怎樣?

  • I was looking at rooms I was looking at eight meter rooms, nine meter rooms and 10 meter rooms.

    我當時看房我看的是八米房、九米房、十米房。

  • But in America we go my feet, so maybe like 13 feet by 10 feet is like a normal room size.

    但在美國,我們走我的腳,所以也許像13英尺10英尺是像一個正常的房間大小。

  • But when I saw eight meters squared, I was like, I don't know what that means, So I had to do the conversions and I got a room that's actually 12.25 meters, and that's about like 100 and 30 square feet.

    但是當我看到8米見方的時候,我就想,我不知道那是什麼意思,所以我不得不進行換算,我得到了一個實際是12.25米的房間,那大約是100和30平方英尺的樣子。

  • That's how it usually yeah, it's a really nice sized room, so I think just finding out what's most important to you about the space you're gonna move into, like, Do you want a big room or do you want a lot of lights?

    這就是它通常是啊,這是一個非常漂亮的大小的房間,所以我認為只是找出什麼是最重要的你對你的空間,你要搬進去,像,你想一個大的房間,或者你想很多的燈?

  • Do you want, like one does?

    你想,像一個人一樣嗎?

  • So I think you should think about what's most important and then kind of make a list and have the things you want the most up top.

    所以我覺得你應該想想什麼是最重要的,然後算是列個清單,把你最想要的東西列在上面。

  • And then whatever you don't care about as much have that a lot of, like present cons.

    然後不管你不關心那麼多都有,很多,比如現在的弊端。

  • Yeah, and then decide on your It's good to understand that something that might be really normal in your country and might be like like satellites.

    是啊,然後決定你的 這是很好的理解, 東西可能是真的正常 在你的國家,可能是像 衛星。

  • You know, it's kind of normal for houses in the I guess America and Australia to have a lot of sunlight, But I didn't realize that here, that you really need to check, like one way or your room is facing.

    你知道,這是一種正常的房子 我想美國和澳洲有很多的陽光, 但我沒有意識到,在這裡,你真的需要檢查, 像一個方向或你的房間是面對。

  • What if there's a building directly opposite you that's gonna be Oh, buildings were really close sometime.

    如果有一棟樓正對著你,那會是什麼哦,樓房真的很近的某一天。

  • Yeah, so it's like even if you're facing a certain direction, you might not get light.

    是的,所以它就像即使你面對某個方向,你也可能得不到光。

  • So it's best if you can definitely visit the place where Alicia seen pictures of the place in the daytime, and that way you can have an idea what it's gonna be like, Theo.

    所以最好是你白天一定要去艾麗西亞看過照片的地方看看,這樣你就能知道那裡會是什麼樣子,西奧。

  • Way.

    辦法。

  • Okay, so first thing I notice is that there's a toilet in the very middle of the apartment and then there's four doors don't like.

    好吧,所以我首先注意到的是,有一個廁所 在公寓的最中間,然後有四個門不喜歡。

  • There's literally four doors and it's just the toilets.

    有字面上的四個門,它只是廁所。

  • It's like anyone could enter.

    好像誰都可以進入。

  • Isn't do pushing.

    是不是做推。

  • That's so awkward.

    這真是太尷尬了。

  • Yeah, right behind the toilet, both sides of the toilet and right in front.

    是的,就在廁所後面,廁所兩邊和前面。

  • So you have to lock four doors.

    所以你必須鎖上四扇門。

  • If you wanted to use the bathroom and I don't know if you forgot to lock one.

    如果你想上廁所,我不知道你是不是忘了鎖一個。

  • I was gonna happen, OK?

    我是要去咬,好嗎?

  • Oh, sorry.

    哦,對不起。

  • It's okay.

    沒事的

  • How do you get to the way over the If you climb through the window for the kitchen because that's a kitchen, you hop over the kitchen to get outside.

    你怎麼去路過如果你爬過窗戶去廚房,因為那是廚房,你跳過廚房去外面。

  • So the last tip, we're just gonna tell you generally how to find an apartment as a far enough coming to Japan.

    所以最後一個小貼士,我們只是要告訴你一般如何找到公寓,作為一個足夠遠的來日本。

  • So there's also options to do share houses.

    所以也可以選擇做股份制房子。

  • There's Ocala, Sakoda, house and Social Apartment, and all of them are really awesome because they have, like, different features, which is maybe a gym, a theater, and then also the people within the share house are all very talkative.

    有奧卡拉,有坂田,有房子,有社會公寓,所有的公寓都是非常棒的,因為他們有,不同的功能,這可能是一個健身房,一個劇院,然後也是合租房裡面的人都是非常健談的。

  • So it's a really good way to make friends if it's your first time moving to Japan.

    所以,如果是第一次來日本的話,這是一個非常好的交友方式。

  • And right now I live in a share house, too, and it's so nice.

    而現在我也住在合租房裡,真好。

  • Like our kitchen is huge.

    像我們的廚房就很大。

  • My bedroom's really huge.

    我的臥室真的很大。

  • And then also the bathrooms and everything.

    然後也是浴室什麼的。

  • A really big and it came furnished as well.

    真的很大,而且還帶了傢俱。

  • If you're moving here for a long time, but you don't want to spend as much money like on furniture and stuff like that, I think it's really beneficial to live in a share house.

    如果你要長期搬到這裡來,但你又不想花那麼多錢,比如買傢俱之類的東西,我覺得住在合租房裡真的很有好處。

  • Okay, well, the end school is I just want I know people get away with making hell's like this.

    好了,好了,結束學校是我只是想我知道人們逃脫 與製造地獄的這樣。

  • So just Abidjan Kanis So tiny.

    所以只是阿比讓-卡尼斯那麼小。

  • Uh, why's the bathroom in the very center?

    呃,為什麼衛生間在最中間?

  • That's awkward.

    那就尷尬了。

  • That's so weird.

    太奇怪了

  • So much stuff happening on one side.

    一邊發生了這麼多事情。

  • This sentence, the games.

    這句話,遊戲。

  • That's the gang.

    就是這幫人。

  • So it's OK.

    所以,它的確定。

  • Thanks for coming.

    謝謝你的到來。

  • I will see you soon.

    我很快就會見到你。

  • Bye.

    掰掰

  • Alright, guys.

    好吧,夥計們。

  • So I'm at the train station and literally everyone has been staring at me.

    所以,我在火車站和字面上 每個人都一直盯著我。

  • So thank you, Emma.

    所以,謝謝你,艾瑪。

isn't.

不是。

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 08 月 09 日
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