- 27 Dec 2003
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Here is a fascinating article on a gaijin couple that buys an old Japanese farmhouse. Countryside house are becoming quite cheap as young people move to the cities and old people pass away. Here is a link to the article.
An American couple buys a large Japanese country home (and the years of artifacts contained within). In a country known for sky-high real estate prices, buying a large country home (or "kominka") in Japan is still affordable, and for this couple, it was a dream come true.