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Nomi Apartments For Rent

Located in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan, Nomi-shi is known for its many popular attractions like Ishikawa Zoo, Tedori Fishland, and Wadayama Matsujiyama Historical Park. If you are planning to move to the city of Nomi, staying in the right rental apartment is essential to your needs and preferences.

Browse our extensive selection of cheap apartments for rent in Nomi city at Village House to get started!

Rental Property In Nomi-shi

As you begin your hunt for your dream apartment in Nomi-shi, it is always a good idea to consider your needs and preferences. For instance, you may want to consider the apartment’s distance from your school or workplace. It is also good to check for other nearby amenities such as a bank, hospital, or post office.

Here at Village House, we offer affordable rental apartments of different sizes in Nomi city. For instance, if you are relocating to Nomi-shi with your partner or a colleague, our 2K apartments for rent at Village House Neagari will be a great choice. Starting around ¥24,000, this cozy apartment comes with 2 rooms and a kitchen – ensuring that you have ample living space and privacy. It is also a 9-minute walk from Nomineagari Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line, making it easier and more convenient for you to get around on your daily commute. What’s more, the apartments are also near public amenities like the post office and bank.

If you are looking to rent a larger 2K apartment in Nomi-shi, you can check out Village House Neagari Dai 2. Slightly more spacious at 33.54 m2, the apartments are priced at approximately ¥29,000. Alternatively, if you are shifting to Nomi-shi with your family and children, you can also consider Village House Iwauchi, where our 2DK apartments for rent are available from ¥33,000. The schools nearby allow you to commute easily as you do not need to spend time traveling very far distances. Teachers would be happy to hear that Iwanai Nursery, Miyatake Elementary School, and Tatsunokuchi Junior High School are well within walking distance. Amenities such as bus stops, the public office and bank are located within a short radius of your apartment so that you can run errands hassle-free.

With Village House, you can now enjoy low upfront costs with no deposit, key money, renewal or handling fees*. Ready to start your search for a new apartment in Nomi? Feel free to reach out to our friendly staff for more information, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

FAQs About Living In Nomi

1. Is it expensive to live in Nomi-shi?

If you live alone in Nomi-shi, expect to spend an average of ¥143,000 monthly. Set aside at least ¥55,000 for food and ¥10,000 for transport expenses. With that being said, renting a cheap apartment via Village House can make a difference to your monthly expenditures when you have a variety of transportation options near you. View our apartments for rent today and discover how much more you can save with us!

2. What are some highlights of Nomi?

Located in the southern part of Ishikawa Prefecture, Nomi-shi is in the center of Kaga Plain and is surrounded by the beautiful sea of Japan, lush hills, as well as the largest river in the prefecture, the Tetori River. As such, the city is blessed with abundant natural resources and fertile land, giving rise to a wide variety of crops like rice, Kaga Marumo, juicy yuzu, and hatomugi. Neagari in Nomi-shi has mostly sandy beaches along the Sea of Japan. Neagari is also home to the pro-baseball player Matsui Hideki.

The Ishikawa Zoo is also a popular attraction of Nomi-shi, housing 600 animals from approximately 135 species. These include Japan’s oldest hippopotamus, Deka, as well as the extremely rare Japanese-crested ibis.

3. How do I apply to rent an apartment in Nomi-shi with Village House?

No matter which Village House apartment you decide to rent in Nomi, we will require the following documents to secure your minimum 2-year contract:

  • Signed and completed application forms
  • Identification card with photo
  • A copy of the applicant’s income certificate (e.g. the most recent payslip, salary statement, pension receipt, etc.)
  • A copy of your bank passbook that you will register for rental debit, and the account where your salary is received.
  • Supporting insurance documents

Depending on the evaluation process of your application, we may require other documents. If you have questions, check out our FAQ page for more information or simply reach out to us.

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

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