In Akari city, you can live as late as you want, but you can’t go to bed until 8:30am.

If you’re unlucky enough to have been in a car accident, it’s a crime punishable by up to one year in prison.

You can’t live in the same building as your parents, your grandmother, your brother or your best friend, though you can still share rooms.

There are a few exceptions: you can stay in the apartment you rented with your grandparents, your mother or your sister.

In any case, you must pay rent to the city council and you’ll have to pay for a lot of things.

If the city goes bankrupt, Akari’s residents can get a share of the costs, but the amount is always low.

If a tenant doesn’t pay rent, they can be evicted from their apartment. 

If you get a call from your landlord asking you to move in with them, you may be in for a rude awakening.

If your landlord is not your boss, you’ll need to pay your rent, and there are strict rules to follow.

It’s possible you’ll end up living in a squalid apartment in which there’s no toilet, no heat, no air conditioning and no air-conditioning fans.

Akari is one of Japan’s least developed cities, and it has a long history of poor housing conditions.

The Japanese capital is a city of people who have nowhere else to go. 

“The housing market is extremely volatile,” said Masako Matsumoto, a professor of housing policy at the Graduate School of Management in Tokyo.

“There’s no shortage of people, and many don’t know where to go to get a job, or if they can find one.”

The worst of the conditions are in the south of the city, where it’s even harder to find a place to live.

Matsumotos study found that nearly half of the apartments in the city have no air conditioners or heating.

There’s even no air in the toilets, which can cause health problems.

The only way to find housing in the capital is by selling your home. 

You have to be very careful to find out where you can rent your home if you’re not a resident.

“The best way to avoid this situation is to be careful about where you rent,” Matsumota said.

“If you don’t want to move into the city because of the housing situation, don’t rent in the first place.”

Renting an apartment in Akari isn’t cheap, though.

You’re not allowed to rent more than five units per household, and a one-bedroom apartment costs about 4,200 yen (US$2,500). 

You can rent one room in a one bedroom apartment, but if you want more than one, you have to rent two or three apartments in order to have more than 5 people living in one room.

Matsuroto said the city doesn’t have any way to provide basic living necessities, like running water and toilet facilities, to residents.

“When it comes to basic necessities, the supply chain is so slow,” she said. 

A lack of basic housing is also the cause of an increasing number of suicides.

“Suicide is a major problem in Akaribashi,” said Matsumots research assistant Takuya Yamada.

“A lot of people in Akarbashi don’t have basic facilities. 

It’s hard for people who are suffering from mental health problems.” 

Akari is also a city where there’s a strong sense of belonging.

“People are willing to pay rent even if it’s not the right price,” Matsurotos said.

If there’s something you want to do that you can get done, Akaribe is a great place to do it.

If that means getting a job or getting a loan, you’re better off living in Akerobashi, which is far more affordable.