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  • My Japanese Apartment Tour

  • Hey guys! I'm finally going to be taking you on an apartment tour today.

  • I moved to this apartment in September of last year.

  • And then I had to go overseas for a couple of months to get surgery.

  • But we're doing it today. Even though my apartment isn't finished.

  • There's still bits of it that I'm working on.

  • I'll give you guys a tour of the parts that are relatively put together.

  • We can do an updated one later.

  • I also want to share with you the moving experience. Because I hired a Japanese moving company for the first time ever.

  • And it was wild. So I've been dying to share that with you guys.

  • I hired the most well know moving company here in Japan, Art Moving Company.

  • I had seen there name everywhere. But I had not had enough stuff to make it worth hiring somebody, up until this last move.

  • I had some big pieces of furniture and I figured I was going to need some help this time.

  • The whole process took about 5 days.

  • I feel like that's probably the biggest difference with what you might be used to, and the moving process here in Japan.

  • There were lots of steps involved.

  • So they came to my house, and they had a little notebook.

  • And they took a tally of every single thing that I wanted to bring with me.

  • And they took notes of where it was in my apartment.

  • And another cool thing they did. They asked me if there was anything that I wanted to pack myself.

  • So if I had something that was really precious and I didn't want anyone touching it.

  • Or if I just wanted to make sure it wasn't going to break.

  • I could tell them and they would write a note to not touch that stuff and let me do it myself.

  • So there were a couple things that I wrapped up and packed myself.

  • Then about a week later, the moving process was beginning.

  • So they came over to my place, and the first thing they did was greet my neighbors.

  • Just to apologize for being noisy, and being in the way, taking up the parking lot.

  • I thought that was so cute, i think my neighbors appreciated it.

  • And then they took out all this protective material, to protect my floors and walls.

  • Anything that may get scratched in the moving process, they made sure it was protected so that didn't happen.

  • Which is great because when you move out of an apartment in Japan, they check every little corner.

  • And if there's any scratches on the wall, they'll tell you they have to replace all the wall paper.

  • And it ends up getting really pricey.

  • So I really appreciated that they did that.

  • So the first moving day they took all my big furniture, like my bed, my sofa, my desk, stuff like that.

  • And then they'd come back the following day to get all the little pieces that were left over.

  • When they came to pack up the small things, they had all these special boxes for each type of item.

  • So for example in the kitchen they had a plate box. It had little slots for plates to make sure they wouldn't break and they're well protected.

  • And any oddly shaped item, they would make a special protective cover for it.

  • So everything was packed in its own little box, and I was super confident that it was going to make it over to my new apartment.

  • Maro was very intrigued by the movers. He had a fun time watching them pack up everything.

  • And they were super kind to him, so that all went well.

  • And then they packed up the truck and it was time to head off to Sendai. I took Maro in his carry cage, and took the bullet train down to Sendai.

  • And then I met the movers at my new apartment.

  • And then they come up and they unpack everything for you.

  • And not only do they unpack it, they place it in its spot.

  • So they built all my furniture and set it up where I had told them I wanted it.

  • They placed all my items on the shelves, and put my dishes away nicely in the kitchen.

  • They even sorted out my pantry.

  • They taught me how to organize things properly, and they made it really neat and tidy.

  • In the end everything looked nicer than it did in my previous apartment.

  • The entire moving experience was so chill, and just... good.

  • It was so different than what I'm used to. Moving is usually so stressful.

  • If you want to leave the moving troubles up to somebody, I can't say enough good things about them!

  • But I bet you guys are waiting to see my apartment, so let's begin the tour!

  • This is my entrance.

  • I'm so pleased my umbrella stand fits so perfectly.

  • There's a big storage closet.

  • I keep emergency food and luggage etc. in here.

  • Here's the shoe closet.

  • So many sneakers.

  • Love this artwork!

  • Maro spends a lot of time in here.

  • Chews it to pieces.

  • Next is my office!

  • It's my favourite room in the house.

  • The lighting is nice in the afternoon.

  • This is where I do all my editing.

  • My plushie collection.

  • I recently installed this shelf.

  • Poles attach it to the ceiling so it'll be strong during earthquakes.

  • One of my favourite games.

  • Some stationery you can only buy in Sendai.

  • I play this with my friends when they come over.

  • Some of the bags I use often.

  • There's a small closet for some clothes and extra stuff.

  • My small jewelry collection.

  • Can you tell I like gold?

  • I store some stamps and stationery in here.

  • This is where I keep all my extra change.

  • Some notebooks and books I'm reading.

  • Maro's fancy toilet. It has a camera and tells my his weight and daily statistics.

  • This is my kitchen.

  • I love all the counter space.

  • Can finally fit all my appliances!

  • Need to sort out a better system for the spices though.

  • This pullout drawer is full too.

  • There's lots of storage space in here.

  • This is Maro's cupboard.

  • In here is all my dishes.

  • Garbage bags and cleaning supplies are stored here.

  • Best part of the kitchen.

  • My first full sized fridge!

  • How exciting.

  • The kitchen has a sliding door.

  • If I want to close it off while cooking.

  • This is the tea station.

  • Every kind of tea known to man.

  • But I usually only drink this one.

  • Next to the kitchen is the living room.

  • This is Maro's favourite room.

  • Love watching the sunsets in here.

  • The large windows make the space really bright.

  • This sofa turns into a bed for when friends stay over.

  • I mostly use this for Netflix and video games.

  • I've got this projector for watching movies.

  • Need to keep this space clear for the projector.

  • Beanbag for movies!

  • Maro loves watching outside from the window seats.

  • This is the dining table.

  • I can make it larger when friends are over.

  • This is where Maro eats too.

  • Next door is supposed to be a bedroom.

  • But I'm using it to store furniture I need to throw away.

  • There's a small closet in here that I use for clothes.

  • Next to that is my bedroom.

  • Same bed I had in Morioka.

  • Sometimes Maro sleeps here.

  • But he's usually in this bed next to me.

  • I store some more camera equipment in here.

  • Here is my writing desk.

  • My glasses collection.

  • Sneak peek of something I'm working on.

  • Love how big the closet is!

  • The washroom is down the hall.

  • Further down the hall is the bath area.

  • Hair accessories and stuff are stored in here.

  • Products I use every day.

  • Behind the mirror there's tons of storage space.

  • And a little closet to the side.

  • Towels, bath products, hair tools, other toiletries are in here.

  • Cleaning and laundry supplies are under the sink.

  • I have a washing machine but no drier.

  • Here is the bath.

  • Not as good as the last place, but at least it's a nice size.

  • I can control the temperature and amount of water here.

  • It fills up the bath automatically.

  • Small shelf in the corner for shampoo.

  • When the weather isn't sunny I hang my clothes in here to dry.

  • I can control the clothes dry settings and set a timer here.

  • And that completes the tour! Thanks so much for watching.

My Japanese Apartment Tour

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