A pet symbiotic rental "dog park apartment Bamboo House" with a "dog park" overlooking Mt. Fuji to Futakotamagawa opens in Komae, Tokyo. Recruitment of residents will start in February 2016.
"Dog park apartment Bamboo House" is a rental house where large dogs can be bred and multiple dogs can be bred. The layout and facilities have been devised so that both the owner and the pet can live comfortably.
In the common area, there is a "dog park" on the ground and on the roof where dogs can run around freely without a lead. It is equipped with facilities such as a carpet that is easy on pets' feet, a "dog pool" and a "foot wash area".
The exclusive area is 1LDK (40.12-40.25 square meters), totaling 8 buildings and 24 rooms. All corner rooms have their own veranda. The floor is carpeted, which is kind to large dogs and cats. Equipment such as floor soundproofing, kitchen, and bath are condominium grade.
Residents and pets can freely take a walk in common spaces such as "Dog Park". The rooftops of all eight buildings are connected, and a shared rooftop space overlooking Mt. Fuji to Futakotamagawa is also available.
■ "Dog park apartment Bamboo House" Property Overview
Location: 1-6-10 Iwadominami, Komae-shi, Tokyo
Access: 8 minutes on foot from "Komae Station" on the Odakyu Line, 8 minutes on foot from "Kitami Station" on the Odakyu Line Number of households: 24 units in total Floor plan: 1LDK
Occupied area: 40.12 to 40.25 square meters Estimated rent: 120,000 to 140,000 yen (maximum price range 130,000 yen)
Scheduled to start moving in: March 2016 (planned)