The World's Most Expensive Places To Live 2011


6. Osaka, Japan
Osaka has historically been an important center of commerce for Japan. During the daytime hours an estimated 1.1 million people enter the city for work, significantly increasing the number of consumers within the city limits, according to the Japanese Statistics Bureau. As a highly populated economic center in a densely populated country, Osaka has followed the trend of many Asian cities with limited accommodations and high expatriate demand, says Mercer.

Monthly Rent, Luxury 2 Bedroom: $2,905
Cup of Coffee: $6.66
One Gallon Gasoline: $6.40
Daily International Newspaper: $6.05
Fast Food Meal: $7.87

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