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Miyazaki Prefecture

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Miyazaki Prefecture in Kyushu!!

Miyazaki takes the southeast part of Kyushu, the southern island. The weather is warm; the annual average is 17 C, third highest following Okinawa and Kagoshima. It also has abundant rainfall.  Along with its natural wonders, and wholesome food, it is known for mythology as well. And, in 1960s, it was a popular destination for honeymoon. Nowadays Miyazaki can boost having some of the best surfing spots in the country; in fact some surfers migrate just for the waves. Japanese professional baseball teams often come to Miyazaki for spring training, which can be a media fest. 
The consumer price index is the lowest in the nation. Yet rich food from hills and seas are fresh and bountiful. It is also ranked at the top for prefecture where good kids grow, according to the education ministry. And for corporate workers, the time of commute is the shortest in the nation.
These sites may help you explore more about Miyazaki; Lonely Planet, Daisuki, JETRO, Investment, Tourism, AJET, Kyushu, International Foundation, Statistics, Visitor, Japan Guide, Japan National Tourism Organization.


In August 2013, an agent in the city of Miyazaki told us about the market. Buyers were taking newly built houses and apartments. Pulled by such a bullish market, pre-owned assets were also going well, so that the supply was getting diminished. Many home buyers sought areas with renowned grade schools. In the city of Miyazaki, the demand for residential assets was strong in Kirishima, Gion and Jingu with universities. Roughly speaking auctioned properties seemed to go at about 60 to 70% of market prices. When non-professional buyers bid, the sale prices might go as high as 90% of the market prices. But they did not bid on properties with occupants, so winning bids could go below 60% of the market.
Moreover, house buyers should check for termites.
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