World’s Most Expensive Cities (3)

by The Real Estate Faction on October 14, 2011

No. 3: Nagoya, Japan

Quick lunch: $19
Beer at a bar: $11.37
Kilogram of rice: $8.50
Dozen eggs: $3.60
Movie theater ticket: $21.80

Nagoya is one of Japan’s premier industrial and technological centers and is well known for its high quality of life and competitive business costs, according to the U.S. Commercial Service. Unlike Japan’s other major cities, Nagoya was not significantly harmed by the global economic downturn and has maintained its growth.


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