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Apartments for Rent in Kurashiki, Japan

Kurashiki, also known as Kurashiki-shi, is one city in Japan that stands out as a prospective place to work, due to its combination of traditional culture and modern amenities. Located in Okayama prefecture, there are many attractive qualities about the city of Kurashiki for those looking for work opportunities. If you're looking for a great place to start your career or expand your current one, be sure to consider Kurashiki!

In Kurashiki, you can also find a rental apartment for the next 2 years with Village House. With prices starting from as low as ¥20,000, you can feel at ease viewing low-cost rental properties available for rent and schedule an apartment visit with us.

Enjoy a Smooth Rental Experience

When exploring rental apartments in Kurashiki, there are a number of factors to consider in order to make the best decision for your needs. For example, what is your budget? How much can you afford to spend each month on rent? How much space do you need? Taking all of these factors into account will help make your search for the perfect Village House apartment much easier.

Kurashiki is also a great place to raise a family. There are plenty of schools and recreational activities to consider for those with children. For instance, you can look at our 3DK Village House Shionasu which is close to schools like Honjou Nursery and Honjou Elementary School. It is for this reason that our apartments are popular among ALT or English teachers looking for teaching positions in schools.

Our range of foreigner-friendly apartments for rent is also suitable for individuals moving to Kurashiki. You may check out our cozy 2K Village House Tamashima that is about ten minutes away from Ryoubi Bus Tamashimanishinaka School Exit Stop.

Alternatively, if you prefer to be located near railway stations, you may like Village House Chaya that is six minutes away from Chayamachi Station.

With Village House, you can enjoy low upfront costs with no deposit, key money, renewal, or handling fees required.* If you're ready to start your search for a new apartment in Kurashiki, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly staff – we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

FAQs About Living in Kurashiki

1. What are some highlights of Kurashiki?

Kurashiki is a picturesque town that offers a glimpse of traditional Japan. The well-preserved samurai district and canals make Kurashiki a popular place of recreation. During your free time, be sure to check out the Ohara Museum of Art Kojima Jeans Street, Mount Washu, and Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter. From your apartment in Kurashiki, you can also find an abundance of local specialties including Mamakari Zushi, white peaches as well as Okayama’s famous chiya beef to enjoy.

From browsing the shops and galleries to enjoying a relaxing boat ride on the canal, there are countless things to see and do when you are moving to Kurashiki for work or education.

2. Is it expensive to live in Kurashiki?

The cost of living in Kurashiki is relatively low, making it an affordable place to live and work. One person may spend about ¥154,000 per month in Kurashiki. If you're looking to save more, consider finding an affordable apartment to rent with Village House. Our range of rental apartments in Kurashiki can provide you with significant cost savings every month.

3. How do I apply to rent a property in Kurashiki with Village House?

If you are interested in some of the foreigner-friendly Village House apartments available in Kurashiki, do prepare the below documents beforehand for your application process:

  • Completed application forms - we will provide these to you.
  • A clear copy of the front and back of the Japanese Residence Cards (Zairyu Card) for all non-Japanese nationals who will move into the apartment
  • A copy of the applicant's Income Certificate (e.g. the most recent Salary Statement, Pay Slip, Pension Receipt, Welfare Receipt, etc.) For those who have recently changed jobs or have accepted a new job offer, please provide an employment contract or a job placement notice that includes your estimated salary.)
  • A copy of your bank passbooks of both the account you will register for direct debit with and the account where you receive your salary, that shows your latest transaction and your name on it.

Do check out our FAQ page for more information.

*Dependent on the credit check results and contract details, a deposit may be required.

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