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Kaga Apartments for Rent

The coastal city of Kaga is located in the southwestern corner of Ishikawa Prefecture, nestled within the Hokuriku region. Though quieter than the more central Kanto and Kansai regions, the Hokuriku region (Ishikawa Prefecture in particular) is renowned for being a location of some of Japan’s oldest traditional arts and crafts. Traditional lacquerware, ceramics, silk, timber, and more can be easily found across Ishikawa. Ishikawa is a great area for visitors, and residents alike to immerse themselves in the creative beauty of traditional Japanese design.

Living in Kaga brings you close to Japan’s oldest and richest traditions, while enjoying a simple and down-to-earth daily life. Village House offers a range of affordable, convenient, and comfortable accommodations in Kaga for rent, so you can enjoy this beautiful city and all it offers. Our apartments are located close to schools and local amenities and facilities, making the moving process easier than ever before. ALTs/English teachers and foreign residents, in particular, will also appreciate these central renovated apartments, which make it much easier to adjust to a new period of life in Japan!

Enjoy Cheap Accommodations in Kaga with Village House

Couples or families with children looking for a home in Kaga will appreciate our accommodations in Village House Katayamazu, which is located within a 13-minute walk from Kids Land Inamien and Katayamazu Elementary School, and a 40-minute walk from Katayamazu Junior High School. With several types of floor sizes available, these apartments are ideal for a small or growing family eager to enjoy quality educational offerings. The Kaga City Medical Center is also within a 40-minute walk, along with several nearby convenience stores, retail outlets, and pharmacies.

Those who prefer to be a little closer to the historical and cultural side of Kaga may want to look at Village House Daishouji, located next to Kinjozan Park and the Daishoji Castle Ruins. The 2K sized apartments in this complex are suitable for roommates who want to have their own space, while still enjoying Village House’s affordable rental fees.

FAQs About Living in Kaga

1. What popular sights or attractions are there in Kaga?

Kaga is most known for its scenic and natural beauty - and second most well known for its many hot spring resort towns in the Kaga Hot Spring Area! Visiting an onsen (or traditional Japanese hot spring) is a must-do for any visitor or resident of Kaga, although residents will be pleased to enjoy the healing and relaxing properties of the hot spring year-round.

Located nearby the hot springs is Hakusan, a 2,700 meter high mountain that is a popular retreat for many ascetics and spiritual people from around the world. Apart from hiking through Hakusan’s sprawling trails in the summer, the nearby Hakusan National Park is also a fantastic destination for outdoor activities such as snowboarding and skiing in the winter.

2. What additional amenities can I add on to my Village House apartment in Kaga?

Village House understands how challenging, tiring, and time-consuming the moving process can be. That’s why we offer optional add-ons that can enhance your apartment life in Kaga, including:

  • Air Conditioner
  • Water Heater
  • Gas Stove
  • Vanity Sink
  • Washlet Toilet

These amenities cost a nominal fee per addition and will be installed by Village House up to 4 weeks from your move-in date. Our housing managers will be able to provide you with further information as you finalize your apartment rental agreement, and help you arrange a hassle-free installation process.

3. How do I apply to rent an apartment in Kaga with Village House?

You should prepare these essential documents in advance before renting an apartment in Kaga with us:

  • Application Forms
  • Residence card for foreigners
  • Copy of updated Income Certificate (e.g. most recent payslip or salary statement)
  • Copy of Bank Book (i.e. bank book your salary will be deposited into, and your rent will be withdrawn from)
  • Insurance Documents

Our housing managers will guide you through the rental process, as well as inform you if any additional documentation is needed. Find out more about our easy and fuss-free rental application in our FAQs.

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

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