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  • of all the things we've seen in this gigantic apartment so far.

    到目前為止,我們在這個巨大的公寓裡看到的所有東西。

  • This is the thing that impressed me the most, the concept of a garden on the rooftop of a building in the center of the city, Japan often gets a lot of attention for its tiny apartments and small spaces.

    這是給我印象最深的地方,在城市中心的建築屋頂上建造花園的概念,日本常常因為其狹小的公寓和小空間而受到很多關注。

  • I mean for my first three years living here in my apartment, I to use an ironing board was valuable kitchen space as a kitchen counter.

    我的意思是,在我住在這裡的頭三年裡,我把熨衣板作為廚房的寶貴空間。

  • Uh it was pretty, pretty sad in hindsight, but what is life like on the other side of the fence?

    呃......事後看來,這是很,很悲哀的,但柵欄的另一邊的生活是怎樣的?

  • A good friend of mine living here in Tokyo who runs a luxury real estate business recently got in touch to say that he could get us inside one of the biggest apartments in all of Tokyo, an apartment that costs a staggering $20,000 per month.

    我的一個住在東京的好朋友經營著一家豪華房地產公司,他最近聯繫我說,他可以讓我們進入整個東京最大的公寓之一,這個公寓的月租價格高達驚人的2萬美元。

  • Now to put that in perspective a studio apartment in Tokyo on average costs about 100,000 yet about $1000 and you get about 35 square meters for that.

    現在,從這個角度來看,東京的單間公寓平均價格約為10萬,但約為1000美元,你可以得到約35平方米的空間。

  • So what do you get when you pay 20 times that amount?

    那麼,當你支付20倍的金額時,你能得到什麼?

  • Honestly, I don't know, I've never been inside anywhere like this before.

    說實話,我不知道,我以前從來沒有進過這樣的地方。

  • So let's go and find out.

    所以我們去看看吧。

  • This is going to be depressing.

    這將是令人沮喪的。

  • Hey Alex Shapiro home real estate.

    嘿,亞歷克斯-夏皮羅家的房地產。

  • Yes, what have you got for me today Alex mentioned $20 apartment.

    是的,你今天為我準備了什麼,亞歷克斯提到20美元的公寓。

  • Yes, I have an amazing place for you right in between two of Tokyo's most desirable neighborhoods with probably the best rooftop garden in all of Tokyo, maybe all Japan actually, I don't think I've been anywhere with a rooftop garden before.

    是的,我為你準備了一個驚人的地方,就在東京最令人嚮往的兩個社區之間,可能是整個東京最好的屋頂花園,實際上可能是整個日本,我想我以前沒有去過有屋頂花園的地方。

  • So I could barely believe that scotty, can't even believe that Also the camera person should probably introduce who they are because there is somebody who's good.

    所以我幾乎不能相信,斯科蒂,甚至不能相信,另外,攝像師也許應該介紹他們是誰,因為有一個人很好。

  • So charlotte.

    所以夏洛特。

  • Hi, She is joining us today, Charlotte is gonna look at a separate property.

    嗨,她今天加入我們,夏洛特要看的是一個獨立的財產。

  • I'm gonna make a video about that and I'll link that in the description box.

    我要做一個關於這個問題的視頻,我會在描述框中鏈接。

  • You can check out as well.

    你也可以去看看。

  • So two properties, the one I'm looking at is $20,000 and the one you're looking at is $13,000.

    是以,兩處房產,我看的是20,000美元,你看的是13,000美元。

  • So both pretty exclusive, exciting properties.

    是以,這兩個都是相當獨特的、令人興奮的財產。

  • So check out the video.

    是以,請看視頻。

  • Let's go if you were to pick two of the trendiest neighborhoods in Central Tokyo odds are that shopping districts of Harajuku and Amati Sander will be at the top of the list and our property today is just a two minute walk from Harajuku infamous Turkish Destry nestled on the fourth floor of what is essentially a postmodern castle to the elevator, intimidating looking door here.

    讓我們來看看,如果你要在東京市中心挑選兩個最時尚的街區,那麼原宿和阿瑪蒂-桑德的購物區就有可能排在榜首,而我們今天的房產距離原宿臭名昭著的土耳其德斯特里只有兩分鐘的步行路程,它坐落在四樓,基本上是一個後現代城堡的電梯,在這裡看起來很嚇人。

  • But if you look around here, you can actually see the garden, it falls that by standards of the garden in Tokyo, that is pretty damn impressive.

    但是,如果你在這裡看一看,你實際上可以看到花園,它落在東京的花園的標準,那是相當該死的印象。

  • I just want to stop you right there.

    我只想在這裡阻止你。

  • That's not actually the garden by the way, that's not the yard, that's just the inner garden, I will show you the way the actual garden in a second.

    順便說一下,那不是真正的花園,那不是院子,那只是內部的花園,我一會兒會給你看真正的花園的樣子。

  • But if you look right over there, you can see that little faucet over there, right that is where you wash your dog's feet after you've taken for a walk.

    但如果你看那邊,你可以看到那邊的小水龍頭,對,那是你在散步後給狗洗腳的地方。

  • So it's the dog washing feet.

    原來是狗在洗腳。

  • Got Exactly.

    得到了確切的答案。

  • It's the technical term for it.

    這是它的技術術語。

  • Good God.

    好神。

  • Alright, let's let's go down to go through this.

    好吧,讓我們下去看看這個。

  • All right, your nuclear bunker door.

    好了,你的核掩體門。

  • How sick that is, solid wood.

    那是多麼變態啊,實木。

  • And then you go through here, you have a solid wood.

    然後你穿過這裡,你有一個實木。

  • What you think is a wall.

    你所認為的是一堵牆。

  • But this is actually all shoe storage or if you take a look right over here, there's a lot of few story chess.

    但這實際上都是鞋子的儲藏室,或者如果你看一下這裡,有很多幾個故事的棋子。

  • But if you come over here, let's check out the living spaces first.

    但如果你過來,讓我們先看看生活空間。

  • So if we come over here, you'll see the first part of the living forest.

    是以,如果我們來到這裡,你會看到活森林的第一部分。

  • This is the first bedroom.

    這是第一間臥室。

  • How many bedrooms?

    有多少間臥室?

  • All That's four bedrooms.

    所有 那是四間臥室。

  • Actually bedroom.

    實際上是臥室。

  • So this is the least big.

    所以這是最不重要的。

  • Let's call it the smallest of all the bedrooms.

    讓我們把它稱為所有臥室中最小的一間。

  • Of course you have plenty of storage space over here.

    當然,你在這裡有足夠的存儲空間。

  • If you go around all this is closets on the wall again.

    如果你繞過去,這一切又是牆上的壁櫥。

  • So this is a bit bigger than most bedrooms in most apartments in Japan.

    是以,這比日本大多數公寓的大多數臥室要大一些。

  • And this is just the first bedroom.

    而這僅僅是第一間臥室。

  • I'm also the smallest, You'll see a lot more sun here because it's a corner room, windows on all sides.

    我也是最小的,你在這裡會看到更多的陽光,因為它是一個角落的房間,四面都有窗戶。

  • And by the way, all these windows very rare for Japan.

    順便說一句,所有這些窗口對日本來說都非常罕見。

  • If you take a look, this is dual pane glass.

    如果你看一下,這是雙層玻璃。

  • So nice in the winter.

    冬天的時候真好。

  • Also nice in the summer and also better any noise.

    在夏天也很好,也更好的任何噪音。

  • We're right in the middle of the world's biggest city.

    我們就在世界最大城市的中間。

  • You could barely hear a pin drop.

    你幾乎聽不到一根針掉下來。

  • The only thing you hear in here is the running.

    在這裡,你唯一聽到的是跑步聲。

  • That's pretty much yeah, look at that.

    那是相當多的是,看看這個。

  • Yeah, for me, that's already my favorite thing about this apartment.

    是的,對我來說,這已經是這個公寓我最喜歡的東西了。

  • The view is really quite impressive.

    景色真的相當令人印象深刻。

  • You can go through the master bathroom to get to the master bedroom.

    你可以通過主浴室到達主臥室。

  • If you take a look over here, you have the first of two Jacuzzi baths.

    如果你看一下這裡,你有兩個按摩浴缸中的第一個。

  • Also, if you look over there, that's a tv.

    另外,如果你看那邊,那是一臺電視。

  • So you can watch, watch the abroad Japan channel, watch Ron Japan weeknights at seven on Youtube.

    是以,你可以看,看國外的日本頻道,在Youtube上看Ron Japan週末七點。

  • And if you look over here, this is amazing.

    如果你看這裡,這是很驚人的。

  • This is where you can hang your clothes because people in Japan don't really use driers and this kind of stores up if you don't want that is also we talked about ironing boards, you can use that as an ironing board holder over there.

    這是你可以掛衣服的地方,因為日本人並不真正使用烘乾機,如果你不想要的話,這種儲存起來也是我們談到的熨衣板,你可以把這個作為熨衣板支架放在那邊。

  • Oh wow, this is the kitchen, that is the kitchen.

    哦,哇,這就是廚房,那就是廚房。

  • Yes, that's your kitchen.

    是的,這是你的廚房。

  • Exactly.

    正是如此。

  • I mean this is well, is this again, this is like the hanging clothes room.

    我的意思是這是嗯,這又是,這就像掛衣服的房間。

  • Exactly.

    正是如此。

  • This is basically already bigger than my kitchen.

    這基本上已經比我的廚房大了。

  • Yes, that's sad.

    是的,這很可悲。

  • I think that says more about me than the house, but that's cool.

    我想這說明我比房子更重要,但這很好。

  • All right now let's go check out the master bedroom and oh my God, it is massive.

    好了,現在讓我們去看看主臥室,哦,我的上帝,它是巨大的。

  • Take a look around.

    看看周圍。

  • This is essentially the size of my apartment.

    這基本上是我公寓的大小。

  • One room.

    一個房間。

  • Yes, one rooms.

    是的,一個房間。

  • It's a very open place and when you mentioned it's bigger than your apartment, it might be because this place is actually over 40 square meters just for this room.

    這是一個非常開放的地方,當你提到它比你的公寓大的時候,可能是因為這個地方實際上僅僅是這個房間就超過了40平方米。

  • So most Japanese apartments in Tokyo released are a bit smaller than that.

    是以,在東京發佈的大多數日本公寓都比這小一點。

  • So why would you put the bed in bed?

    那麼你為什麼要把床放在床上呢?

  • Do you think you could live if I have a California king size bed right in the middle?

    如果我在中間放一張加州大床,你覺得你能住嗎?

  • I go off punctuated in the middle, nothing touching the walls because they're on our goals.

    我在中間走標點,沒有任何東西接觸到牆壁,因為它們在我們的目標上。

  • And also you don't need to have any kind of wardrobes or anything because if you come over here, you'll see the entire wall here is your closet and you got to remember in Japan, they don't usually keep shoes in the closet door.

    還有,你不需要有任何種類的衣櫃或任何東西,因為如果你來到這裡,你會看到這裡的整面牆都是你的衣櫃,你要記住在日本,他們通常不會把鞋子放在衣櫃門上。

  • This is just for clothing and you know, suitcases and you put your socks in here.

    這只是用來放衣服和你知道的行李箱,你把你的襪子放在這裡。

  • Beautiful.

    很漂亮。

  • All right, great for putting your socks in.

    好了,很適合把襪子放進去。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • So I want to take you to the first part of the living room area which would be the kitchen.

    所以我想帶你到客廳區的第一部分,這將是廚房。

  • Come on over here like amazing.

    過來吧,就像令人驚訝的一樣。

  • Here it is.

    在這裡,它是。

  • It's amazing.

    這很驚人。

  • There we go.

    我們走吧。

  • He's very, he's very good at this.

    他非常,他非常擅長這個。

  • That's right.

    這就對了。

  • I tried, this could go in the living room and dining room.

    我試過了,這可以放在客廳和飯廳裡。

  • Yeah, this is it.

    是的,這就是它。

  • I mean, what is this?

    我的意思是,這是什麼?

  • Not awesome.

    不算厲害。

  • About 40 m square.

    約40米見方。

  • That was just over 40 m square.

    那是剛剛超過40米的正方形。

  • This is 83 square meters large.

    這是一個83平方米大的地方。

  • So again, you said, that's about the size of your apartment.

    所以,你又說,這和你的公寓大小差不多。

  • You could fit two of your apartments in here.

    你可以在這裡裝下你的兩套公寓。

  • But you couldn't hear well you could the airplane, you baseball airplane but airplane nonetheless, I mean if you want to do it by vehicles, you could actually fit four cars into here.

    但你聽不到,你可以聽到飛機,你的棒球飛機,但還是飛機,我的意思是,如果你想通過車輛來做,你實際上可以把四輛車放在這裡。

  • So that's one thing.

    所以這是一件事。

  • That's a new unit of measurement.

    這是一個新的測量組織、部門。

  • How many cars can you fit in the room, your living room in your living room?

    你能在房間裡放多少輛車,你的客廳裡能放多少輛車?

  • You know, I mean really the biggest thing you have to wonder is how big of a tv do you get?

    你知道,我的意思是,你要想的最大的事情是,你能得到多大的電視?

  • How many sofas do you want?

    你想要多少張沙發?

  • It's that kind of stuff.

    就是這種東西。

  • How big of a dining room table do you want?

    你想要多大的餐桌?

  • But this is the perfect place to have any kind of reception or any kind of large parties.

    但這裡是舉行任何形式的接待或任何形式的大型聚會的完美場所。

  • Also, if you don't want the kitchen, if you just like that.

    另外,如果你不想要廚房,如果你只是喜歡這個。

  • He goes, yeah, but I would have my way.

    他說,是的,但我會有我的方式。

  • You just, you just hit in the kitchen.

    你只是,你只是在廚房裡打。

  • I don't like that look like.

    我不喜歡這種表情。

  • It's not spectacular.

    這並不壯觀。

  • That is ridiculous.

    這是很荒謬的。

  • Hid in the kitchen with the door.

    躲在廚房裡的門上。

  • So it's mm hmm.

    所以它是mm hmm。

  • Not many apartments can do this With the marble counter tops by the way.

    順便說一下,沒有多少公寓可以用大理石臺面做到這一點。

  • What would you say?

    你會怎麼說?

  • It's probably just over two million.

    可能只有200多萬。

  • Yeah, let's see.

    是的,讓我們看看。

  • I went to T.

    我去了T。

  • V.

    V.

  • Over here.

    在這裡。

  • We have a big, maybe a 100 inch or something like that.

    我們有一個大的,也許是一個100英寸或類似的東西。

  • Why not?

    為什麼不呢?

  • Right there.

    就在那裡。

  • Why not write big L shaped couch or something like that.

    為什麼不寫大L型沙發或類似的東西。

  • That's what I would do here.

    這就是我在這裡要做的。

  • What would you do?

    你會怎麼做?

  • Just rolled around on the floor and laugh about how brilliant I was if I lived somewhere like this, just roll and roll and roll.

    只是在地板上打滾,笑著說如果我住在這樣的地方,我是多麼出色,只是打滾,打滾,打滾。

  • Who actually live somewhere like this?

    誰真的住在這樣的地方?

  • Because I don't know anyone who would live in this apartment.

    因為我不知道有誰會住在這個公寓裡。

  • So who actually is aimed at this is mostly for diplomats and also like high level diplomats, usually the minister counselor type of level and also the heads of different companies over here and just very, very rich folk.

    是以,這實際上是針對外交官和高級外交官的,通常是部長顧問類型的級別,還有這裡不同公司的負責人和非常、非常富有的人。

  • So it's paid for by typically companies or embassies that people would pay for it Speaking expenses.

    所以它的費用通常由公司或大使館支付,人們會為它支付講費用。

  • Uh this guy is the intercom.

    呃,這傢伙是對講機。

  • This is so when people want to buzz in, when you want to buzz in people, they show their faces over here.

    這樣,當人們想要嗡嗡叫的時候,當你想要嗡嗡叫的時候,人們就會在這裡展示他們的臉。

  • But you know that's pretty normal for japanese houses and apartments.

    但你知道這對日本的房屋和公寓來說是很正常的。

  • But very very strange thing that this has right here is this button right here, it's in japanese, but it translates to uh button used to allow the elevator to come up here.

    但非常非常奇怪的是,這裡有一個按鈕,它是用日語寫的,但它被翻譯成呃按鈕,用來讓電梯上到這裡。

  • This elevator does not come up to the fourth floor.

    這部電梯並沒有上到四樓。

  • Usually this is on the fourth floor.

    通常情況下,這是在四樓。

  • So what you have to do is either use a key to get in or if you just want somebody to come up without you having to go downstairs, you press that and the elevator will start working to the fourth floor as well.

    所以你要做的是,要麼用鑰匙進去,要麼如果你只是想讓別人上來,而不需要你下樓,你就按這個鍵,電梯也會開始工作到四樓。

  • I want one.

    我想要一個。

  • I don't even have an elevator to buy 11.

    我甚至沒有電梯來買11。

  • That's so cool.

    這真是太酷了。

  • Can I come up?

    我可以上來嗎?

  • No, I'm gonna press the button unless he's got chocolate.

    不,我要按下按鈕,除非他有巧克力。

  • So just one more thing I want to show you if you step out of the living room come over here, there's one more bedroom and it's just the guest bed but I would still like to show it to you.

    所以我還想給你看一件事,如果你走出客廳來到這裡,還有一間臥室,它只是客人的床,但我還是想給你看看。

  • Everybody's seen a bedroom that was the size of a small airport.

    每個人都見過有小型機場那麼大的臥室。

  • So yes, now just keep in mind this is the guest bedroom and this is larger than most master bedrooms in Japanese apartments.

    所以是的,現在只要記住這是客人的臥室,這比日本公寓的大多數主臥室要大。